We recently spent some time in Northern NSW. To us this really one of the most naturally beautiful parts of Australia. From the hinterland of rolling green hills, to the big rivers of the northern tablelands to the quiet pristine beaches of the coast there is a whole lot to love. If money grew on trees and industry was booming in this region we would most certainly base ourselves there in a heartbeat. It has the best of all worlds colliding in one spot.
The Tenterfield region is full of history and scenic beyond words. We enjoyed a quiet campsite out at Boonoo National Park, 27km from Tenterfield. It is right on the Boonoo Boonoo River and with plenty of rock pools for swimming and bush walks throughout the granite scattered landscape there is heaps to enjoy. The national park is also home to the spectacular Boonoo Boonoo Falls which are well worth the short walk to view them.
The Tweed region south of the Gold Coast is a diverse and naturally beautiful place to visit and explore. From the Tweed Coast to the Tweed Valley and every where in between there is plenty to see and do. Our favourites include boating and fishing along the Tweed River, winding our way through the scenic valley roads, relaxing on the beach at Fingal and dining at the cafes of Kingscliff.
If you haven’t been before make sure you add Northern NSW to your bucket list. If you have been we would love to hear from you? Please share your favourites of Tweed Region with us.