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Murwillumbah and Rural Villages

Murwillumbah

On the banks of the Tweed River, Murwillumbah is the creative and cultural hub of the Tweed Valley. A vintage country town dotted with art deco shopfronts, where local business owners have restored historic federation style buildings into cafes, restaurants and boutiques.

Paved walkways stretch along the scenic Tweed River and offer views of the world heritage listed Wollumbin/Mount Warning.

Murwillumbah is the gateway to Wollumbin/Mount Warning and it’s a great base to explore the astounding natural wonders of the Tweed hinterland. Murwillumbah South is a regional industrial area and is home to some of the most successful and innovative business in the Tweed.

Rural/hinterland villages

Tumbulgum is well known for its classic country pub, friendly locals and absolutely exquisite riverfront location. It’s a gorgeous place to stop and experience the beauty of Tweed’s hinterland villages, with a great view to Wollumbin/Mount Warning.

Crystal Creek is a small community at the foot of the Caldera Range and Springbrook Mountain. Unique rainforest accommodation attracts a range of tourists to the area all who enjoy exploring The Tweed.

Chillingham is a charming rural farm village with roadside stalls offering homegrown veggies and exotic fruits and good ol’ Aussie tucker and an historic general store.

Uki village is housed with historical buildings that date back to the town’s early days as a thriving dairy and timber centre. Today the village is home to a range of small businesses including art studios, shops, cafes and a bakery, with a laid-back, alternative vibe.

Stokers Siding offers is own unique charm with many local events being held at the 100 year old historic community hall.

Burringbar’s local businesses benefit from road trippers keen to visit its unique offerings including the award-winning Tweed Valley Whey Farmhouse Cheeses, the Burringbar Rainforest Nursery and Heath’s Old Wares and Collectables.

Mooball locals have taken their town’s name literally and painted black and white cow patches on just about everything! It’s a one of a kind village with its own unique charm.

Crabbes Creek is a very quiet rural village where you can enjoy rambling gardens, birdlife, a picnic and barbecue area and visit the general store.

Tyalgum is a historic village oozing country charm and features quaint old buildings that have been lovingly transformed by business owners into cottage cafes, art galleries, gift stores and accommodation.

Population1 Workforce1 Weekly
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Murwillumbah and rural villages
18,000+ 7,000+ $1037 $535,000 $450

Sources:

  • 1 2016 Census (enumerated)
  • 2 Rent and Sales Report (March 2018 Quarter) – Housing NSW (Non Strata)
  • 3 Rent Bond Data (June–August 2018) – Fair Trading NSW (Dwelling Type: House)