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Tropical Fruit World

29 Duranbah Rd, Duranbah NSW 2487

Welcome to this very special place. Our fifth generation Australian family has nurtured this farm for over 30 years and opens its secrets for your pleasure.

Welcome to Tropical Fruit World - the home of the world's largest variety of tropical fruit. We are open daily from 10am until 4.30pm Eastern Standard Time, except Christmas Day. Entry to our Plantation Pavilions is free. Here you can purchase our fresh tropical fruits and icecreams, drinks and mouth-watering lunches. Plus our famous natural skincare and gourmet products.

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Duranbah Beach

Duranbah Beach, Flagstaff Beach Road, Duranbah NSW 2487
"Dee-bah", as it's known locally, is the most northerly beach in NSW; walk a few metres up onto the headland here on a summer's day and you'll find yourself in Queensland and in a different time-zone. Less than 200 metres in length, Duranbah is somewhat unheralded, particularly in comparison with Snapper Rocks around the corner, home break of Aussie surfing world champions Mick Fanning and Joel Parkinson. As this beach faces due east, it's exposed to swell from pretty much anywhere so on days when it's flat on both sides of the border there's often a wave here. The Tweed River break-wall at the south end shapes a nice right hander, popular with body boarders. Tweed Heads has accommodation, restaurants, clubs and casinos aplenty, and the town is serviced by Coolangatta Regional Airport.
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Hastings Point Beach

Coast Road, Hastings Point NSW 2489
Hastings Point is the smallest coastal settlement of New South Wales Tweed Shire; the "Jewel of the Tweed", surrounded by national park, the hamlet is nestled between the ocean on its east and a beautiful but delicate estuary on its west. It is the entrance for the now nationally recognised "Green Cauldron" and is identified without doubt as one of the unique seaside locations in Australia. With an unspoiled beach, visitors come here to appreciate nature at her finest, while the local residents help protect, clean and nurture the environment, acting as stewards for future generations. Put simply, there is nothing like it. For as long as one can remember, seasonal campers have been attracted to the natural beauty of Hastings Point, returning often. With a safe creek feeding onto the beach, Hastings Point has provided a wonderful playground for local families for years.
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Cabarita Beach

Tweed Coast Road, Cabarita Beach NSW 2488
With large areas of protected wetlands and limited development, this creates a quiet, relaxed holiday atmosphere in Cabarita. Bounded by Nature Reserve to the north and west and the Pacific Ocean to the east, this small coastal village with 3000 residents represents a unique lifestyle. There is a new Skateboard Park, headland, Barbecue Park and Picnic areas and uninterrupted views over the ocean; whale-watching is a local pastime. The beach is renowned for its surfing and hosts many carnivals during the year. An annual charity event held at Cabarita is The Greenback Tailor Fishing Competition which attracts hundreds of competitors from NSW and QLD. The village boasts the only beachside hotel in the Tweed Shire with both residents and visitors being able to eat and drink within a short distance of the main beach. Come to visit and enjoy the special ambience this setting provides.

Casuarina Cup Touch Football and Social Weekend

Tweed Coast Road, Casuarina NSW 2487
*** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed *** The Casuarina Cup is held each year and is now one of the hottest events on the calendar. Around 500 participants flock down to party on the Tweed Coast for an entertaining and relaxing weekend and play a little bit of Touch Football on the side. Each year the Casuarina Cup continues to grow because QTL offers competitions for mixed, mens, womens, mens 30s, mixed 35s, masters, social and competitive teams. The tournament format is round robin pool matches with a knock out finals format. This gives all teams a chance to win prizes and trophies. The weekend concludes with a presentation night with dinner, a live band, dancing and lots of drinking at the sandbar. So get together your friends, family members and colleagues and register your team....

Cabarita Beach

Tweed Coast Road, Cabarita Beach NSW 2488
With large areas of protected wetlands and limited development, this creates a quiet, relaxed holiday atmosphere in Cabarita. Bounded by Nature Reserve to the north and west and the Pacific Ocean to the east, this small coastal village with 3000 residents represents a unique lifestyle. There is a new Skateboard Park, headland, Barbecue Park and Picnic areas and uninterrupted views over the ocean; whale-watching is a local pastime. The beach is renowned for its surfing and hosts many carnivals during the year. An annual charity event held at Cabarita is The Greenback Tailor Fishing Competition which attracts hundreds of competitors from NSW and QLD. The village boasts the only beachside hotel in the Tweed Shire with both residents and visitors being able to eat and drink within a short distance of the main beach. Come to visit and enjoy the special ambience this setting provides....