Murwillumbah enjoys a population of 8,000. Sitting on the foothills of the McPherson Ranges, the town enjoys a remarkable landscape.
The town is also home to the Tweed Banana Festival, one of the oldest festivals in Australia.
What’s on offer
The town is close to Tweed Heads and the Gold Coast, but has forged its own identity for tourism and local culture. It plays host to a number of small surrounding villages which add to the diversity of the town.
With strong sugar cane production the town retains strong rural roots with fresh local produce being offered throughout the town.
There is an annual historic motor race run through the town.
The Tweed river is know for great fishing
Murwillumbah is the heart of the Green Cauldron, showcasing some of the best National Parks in the nation.
The town has several historic pubs, and histories can make a day trip of the pubs of the tweed.
Art Deco and Federation style buildings dot the town and are well worth a day of wandering.