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Just outside of Tweed Heads and in the heart of the Tweed Valley, the natural beauty of Murwillumbah makes it an ideal spot for your next getaway. Explore the nearby mountains, discover excellent fishing and boating, and kick back in the city centre bustling with art and phenomenal cafés. Choose one of our Murwillumbah hotels and make your stay complete!
Murwillumbah is the perfect place to enjoy the local area, so take a hike into nature through any of the five World Heritage-listed national parks – there are heaps of tracks to follow. For a real challenge climb Mt. Warning, the highest peak in the region. Then once you're back in town grab a coffee and some lunch at one of the gourmet cafes lining the laidback streets. The relaxed vibes make it so easy to kick back and enjoy the slow pace of life with a bit of people-watching.
The art scene in Murwillumbah is a masterpiece in action, with many local artists and galleries showcasing their work. The Tweed River Art Gallery is the largest, focusing on Australian portraits and landscapes of the beautiful Tweed Valley region. For something a little different, the Sauce Studio houses works from the graffiti and mural artist Sauce, in a variety of styles. The Red Rattlers Gallery is also worth a visit. Housed in two fully restored train carriages from 1928, it's a wonderful place to spend your afternoon. Here you can shop for some unique gifts and local craft items, while checking out the range of stained glass and handcrafted pottery on display.
Bring your boat and enjoy a day on the Clarrie Hall Dam, though only sails, electric motors or paddle-powered boats are permitted. If you don't have a boat you can hire kayaks and escape to tranquil parts of the dam. Stocked with Australian Bass, it's a fisherman's paradise, as well as being the home to many protected species of birds. The grassy parks are also brilliant spots for a picnic, some bird watching or a just a lazy afternoon by the water’s edge.
Rated as one of the top 10 places to live in Australia, come and experience the best of what Murwillumbah has to offer. Just a 45 minute drive from the Gold Coast and Byron Bay, it's an ideal spot for your next vacation. Browse our range of Murwillumbah accommodation and book in this chilled out and scenic paradise today!
Hotels in Murwillumbah start at AU$110 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.