Winter is a truly a terrific season to appreciate the beautiful environment at and surrounding GemLife Tweed Waters.
Not only is the resort located in a superb location with direct access to the Tweed River and the ocean beyond, but future residents will also be able to enjoy swimming all-year round due to the consistent water temperatures. The average winter water temperature in Tweed Heads reaches 21 degrees Celsius, and in spring 22 degrees, 26 in summer, and 25 in autumn – ideal for all who swim to keep fit and active.
Winter is also a great time to book a local whale watching tour in Tweed Heads. The season runs from June through to November every year, and record numbers of whales are expected to pass by the coastline in 2021. Humpback whales leave the cooler waters of the Antarctic, from which they travel up through the warmer waters of tropical Queensland and as far as the Great Barrier Reef to give birth. Experts believe humpback whale numbers have been increasing by about 10 per cent each year due to the cessation of whaling and greater awareness and education surrounding the species in general. With this in mind, tour operators are expecting the 2021 season to be the most active and best ever! So, if whale watching has been on your bucket list, this year is the year to do it. Another popular local event which takes place in June every year is Cooly Rocks On, Australia’s largest rock ‘n’ roll and nostalgia festival. For vintage car enthusiasts, this is a not-to-be-missed five-day event and well worth putting in your calendar for next year.
Sites at GemLife Tweed Waters are selling quickly. For those looking for a single-level home, there are now just four sites remaining. Contact me today to find out more about these sites.
If you’re ready to live a whole new life on the Tweed and want to know more about what is to come at our boutique over-50s resort, please contact Ashleigh or myself to book a private appointment.
Melanie Graham, Sales Manager – M 0427 633 928 | E email@example.com