Tweed Waters

Pedal your way through Tweed Heads

Cyclist riding on paved road in bushland

RIDING A BIKE IS GREAT FOR YOUR HEALTH AND WELLBEING, AND A FUN AND ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY WAY TO GET AROUND.  

Cycling combines physical exercise with being outdoors and exploring new views. You can ride solo which allows you to enjoy some mind-clearing me-time, or you can ride with a group and have an adventurous day out with friends.  

Explore the best of Tweed with these biking paths. 

Tweed River Ride: Jack Evans Boat Harbour to Keith Curran Park (3.8 km return) 

Suitable for the whole family, enjoy a flat, scenic ride along the Tweed River from Jack Evans Boat Harbour to John Follent Park, Tweed Heads. End the ride with a picnic in the newly upgraded Jack Evans Boat Harbour. 

Chinderah to Fingal (7.6 km return) 

Chinderah is a restful riverside getaway, just a stone’s throw from the beach set on the banks of the Tweed River. You will enjoy a nice sea breeze on this ride as you pedal your way to Fingal. With views across to Tweed Heads and the Gold Coast, there is plenty to look at, including lots of boats and – if you are lucky – you might even spot some dolphins. 

North Kingscliff to Cabarita (24 km return) 

Kingscliff is the quintessential North Coast NSW beach holiday destination which is a magnet for water sport enthusiasts. You can hire bicycles from Kingscliff Cycle Centre and head along the bike path south to Cabarita. Beaches, rivers, boardwalks, sweeping Casuarina trees, cafes – this ride has it all. Pack your bag and make a morning of it! There are plenty of scenic spots to cool off for a swim or refreshments along the way. 

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