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Tweed Heads Historic Site

Overview

Experience Aboriginal cultural heritage at Tweed Heads Historic Site and Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Visit sacred Aboriginal sites and enjoy some easy walking.

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Tweed Heads Historic Site and Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre offer relaxing experiences among nature and authentic ways to learn about local Aboriginal culture. It’s only a short drive from popular holiday destinations like the Gold Coast and Byron Bay.

Visit the cultural centre, see the museum displays and listen to Aboriginal guides talk about their history and culture and the significance of sacred Aboriginal sites like the ceremonial Bora Ring. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to see Bora Ring for yourself via Walk on Water walking track.

Get up close with the fish while on the wheelchair-accessible boardwalk, then wander back and enjoy a relaxing picnic surrounded by Aboriginal culture at the Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre.

Highlights in this park

  • Tweed Head Historical Site, Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Photo: NSW Government

    Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre

    Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre is an ideal school excursion or day trip for learning about Aboriginal culture. Listen to Aboriginal guides and ...

  • Tweed Head Historical Site, Walk on Water. Photo: NSW Government

    Walk on Water walking track

    Take this short walk and experience Aboriginal cultural heritage, sacred sites and beautiful natural scenery, with great birdwatching and photography ...

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Edward River canoe and kayak trail, Murray Valley National Park. Photo: David Finnegan.

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Mountain pygmy possum (Burramys parvus). Photo: Cate Aitken

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Tweed Head Historical Site, Walk on Water. Photo: NSW Government