New North Coast

From the sandy surf beaches along the northern coast, to the sheltered estuary waters that are just perfect for swimming, paddling or fishing – Kingcoast offers it all to those in search of that beach-connected life.

Kingscliff Beach

The closest beach to home, Kingscliff Beach offers excellent swimming and surfing, with fantastic foreshore picnic and barbecue facilities. Easily accessed by car, it is the perfect family beach, patrolled for much of the year and even has its own dog-friendly zone south of Kingscliff Creek.

Fingal Head

Connected to neighbouring beaches by a shared walking trail, Fingal Head is another popular bolt-hole for locals and visitors alike. It offers a choice of activity options from surfing to a gentle swim, plus it’s dog friendly.

North Kirra Beach

North Kirra is loved for its many amenities, its proximity to shops and cafes, its peaceful beach walks and the exhilarating (though nowadays, rare) Super Bank of waves that link waves through from Snapper Rocks.

Tweed Heads

The diverse beaches of Tweed Heads include Duranbah, Rainbow Bay, Greenmount and the surfing mecca of Snapper Rocks. Ranging from gentle waves to challenging breaks, Tweed Heads offers something for everyone – even those who are simply content with sitting in a restaurant watching the ocean roll in.

Coolangatta Beach

One of Australia’s most famous beaches, Coolangatta typifies Australia’s love for the coast. With its renowned break, fine sand and famous beach patrol, it’s an ideal choice for surfers, families and those just looking to just chill under a brilliant blue sky.

Currumbin Beach

A local favourite, Currumbin is an excellent family destination with a host of foreshore facilities, protected beaches, forgiving surf and scenic, coastal walking trails connecting the different beach spots.

Live the Kingscoast life

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