The Kingscliff coastline consists of a series of golden beaches cradled between headlands. There are world-class surf breaks and a reef break on the southern edge of Kingscliff. This region lies in close proximity to the Tweed Valley, the crater of a huge extinct volcano, now carpeted with a vivid green tapestry of farms and rainforest.
Kingscliff Beach boasts a pristine stretch of sand flanked by hinterland rainforest. Relax on the beach, go diving at the nearby Cook Island Marine Sanctuary or take the off-road walking track and discover the nearby coastal village of Pottsville. The beach is great for a range of activities such as fishing, surfing and paddleboarding.