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The Tweed

New South Wales


Community, Business and Visitor Guide

The Tweed Local Services

The Tweed Articles

Articles Directory

The Tweed Articles

Generally Visitors arrive from Search Services directly to the The Tweed site Articles, Login to create your Ads, Articles and Events in any Australian Town or City.
Got something to say? A Great Strategy is to create your content here first and THEN like it to your Social Media Groups. Get it?
The Tweed Members Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery

The Tweed Photo Gallery

A Compilation of network Member Photos tagged in The Tweed When you ad your Articles, Ads and Events you can Nominate your Photo to appear in a Gallery. Member Photo's will automatically Backlink to your Website or Social Media Services. Generally Visitors arrive from Search Services directly to the Photos and may click through to visit your Business or Community website. A Strategy to boost visitors to your website or service is to write Great Article and include your Photos in a Gallery
The Tweed Singles and Dating

Singles and Dating

The Tweed Singles and Dating

The Make a Heart service is being developed by the Australian Regional Network for The Tweed Residents, you can also try our other Dating Services on this link for 18-25's and Seniors Dating 50+
The Tweed Chat

Chat Rooms

The Tweed Chat

Remember the days of the CB Radio? Not many do.. Old Style Chat Rooms accross your Town, State and Nationally.. A Free Service for The Tweed and a Place to Meet

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Interesting facts about The Tweed

Interesting Facts About the Region of Tweed in New South Wales, Australia

- The Tweed region is located in the northeastern part of New South Wales, bordering Queensland. It covers an area of 1,303 square kilometers and has a population of around 94,000 people.
- The Tweed River, which runs through the region, is one of the cleanest and healthiest rivers on the east coast of Australia. It is also home to a variety of aquatic wildlife, including fish, crustaceans, and birds.
- Mount Warning, a volcanic peak that stands at 1,157 meters tall, is located in the Tweed region. It is considered one of the most significant Aboriginal sites in Australia, as it is believed to be the place where the spirits of the dead enter the afterlife.
- Tweed Heads, a coastal town in the region, is the northernmost part of New South Wales and is located just across the border from Coolangatta, Queensland. It is a popular destination for beachgoers, surfers, and anglers.
- The Tweed region has a subtropical climate, which means that it has mild winters and warm, humid summers. This climate allows for a diverse range of flora and fauna to thrive in the region, including rainforest species such as strangler figs, epiphytes, and palms.
- The Tweed region is home to a number of national parks, including Mount Warning National Park, Border Ranges National Park, and Nightcap National Park. These parks offer visitors the opportunity to experience the natural beauty and wildlife of the region, as well as to go hiking, camping, and birdwatching.
- The Tweed region has a rich cultural heritage, with strong ties to the Bundjalung people, who have lived in the area for thousands of years. The region also has a vibrant arts community, with a number of galleries, studios, and performances spaces showcasing the work of local artists.
- The Tweed region is a major producer of fruits, vegetables, and other agricultural products. Some of the most popular crops include bananas, avocados, macadamia nuts, and blueberries. The region is also known for its dairy farms, which produce high-quality milk, cheese, and ice cream.
- The Tweed region has a strong tourism industry, with visitors attracted to the area for its natural beauty, cultural significance, and outdoor activities. In addition to its beaches, national parks, and cultural attractions, the region is also home to a number of festivals and events, including the Tweed Valley Banana Festival and the Murwillumbah Arts Trail.