A beach town in the New South Wales area of Australia, Kingscliff is a lively place where you can enjoy the best of scenic coastal beauty, thanks to the spectacular line-up of sandy beaches, crystal clear water, and lush national parks. Easy access to an estuary here means that Kingscliff is also a sought-after place for water sports, surfing, swimming, and fishing. The town’s main street, the Marine Parade, is a bustling place full of pretty cafes and lively restaurants that make it a happening spot. Staying in a beachfront holiday cottage in Kingscliff enables you to make the most of their coastal getaway, whether you decide to take a modern apartment or a single family home with a pool.
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Filters are provided to help you personalise your search for the ideal holiday rental in Kingscliff. Most of the properties in Kingscliff include TV or Internet, which makes it a wonderful holiday spot if you want to tune out with some TV time or you can't imagine a holiday without internet. It is also possible to look for an accommodation if you love sweating the stress away in saunas , as 40 of the offers there include Sauna.
The weather in Kingscliff
Above are the weather conditions for Kingscliff. January is the warmest month of the year in Kingscliff with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 28°. On the contrary, the coolest month is July. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is May.
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Dining Out in Kingscliff
The Kingscliff Beach Hotel is a good place to start your morning, as they serve a hearty breakfast that caters to global tastes. The eatery also doles up some fine pub grub later in the day, which you can relish while listening to the live music playing in the courtyard.
To indulge your taste buds with fine Japanese street food as well as seafood, head to the chic Fins Restaurant and Bar. If you're looking for more local fare, or modern Australian dishes with an exotic touch, then the stylish Season Restaurant is the place to dine.
The Sea Salt Ristorante Pizzeria is an ideal choice for those looking for some comfort Italian food, with traditional pizza and pasta served in a bright and happy ambience.
Kingscliff's Art Scene
The Museum of the Sea, also known as the Chinderah Bay Seafaring Museum, is a unique, interesting place where you can get acquainted with everything related to the local history of the sea. Ray Evans, who is the owner of the museum, collects and restores old marine artefacts, and his collection is a delight to peruse.
The Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre is where you can learn about the ancient Bundjalung people and their religion, spirituality, thoughts, and beliefs. The centre is also called the Tweed Heads Historic Site, and visitors can see Aboriginal exhibits at the museum as well as buy souvenirs and art sand craft items that tell the story of the indigenous peoples of Australia.
At the Kallalu Art Gallery, you can check out exhibits related to numerous genres, such as fashion, dance, music, Aboriginal art, decor, music, and surfing, all captured through photographs, pictures, and paintings.
Fun With the Kids in Kingscliff
A visit to the water park WhiteWater World with the kids should be much appreciated by your little ones, as they can have a gala time splashing around in the wave pool or slipping down the fun slides, while you get the opportunity to chill out at the private cabanas.
The David Fleay Wildlife Park is another enticing place for children, where they can observe wallabies, crocodiles, and other indigenous animals from close quarters in their natural habitat. The animal park also puts on feeding shows, to the joy of adults and children alike.
Going picnicking on the banks of the Tallebudgera Creek is a good way to spend a leisurely day with your family. The river is also a nice area to indulge in some fishing and teaching the kids how to hook their first catch.
Exploring Local Natural Attractions
The Springbrook National Park is a massive scenic area that is ideal for exploring a rainforest and its many waterfalls and natural bridges. One particularly gorgeous cascade you should be sure to check out in the national park is the Bilbrough Falls, which is also called the Goomoolahra Falls.
The Lamington National Park is yet another untouched rainforest that is a joy to walk through. This park is a particular draw for hikers, thanks to a number of good trails that will take you through lush areas ideal for spotting rare birds and animals. A huge waterfall in a picturesque forest, Purling Brook Falls is a popular area not only for hiking but also for photography.
The Kingscliff Beach, with its golden sands and crystal clear waters, beckons everyone to take a dip in its vivid blue waters, or just bask in the sun. A reef break and surf breaks in the surrounding water also make this a price spot for surfing.
Events to Check Out While Visiting Kingscliff
Kingscliff is an idyllic beach town with great beach and estuary access for easy swimming, surfing, and other water sports. As a result, it regularly hosts fun water sport events. The town comes alive during the family-friendly Australian Longboard Surfing Open every year. Held at the end of May, this great multi-day event has live music, indigenous presentations, and displays about the history of boardriding on the Tweed Coast.
A more regular event to check out while you're in Kingscliff are the popular Kingscliff Markets. These take place twice a month, on Saturday mornings, in Jack Bayliss Park on Marine Parade. You can browse the stalls before hitting the beach or go back and forth, since the market is right on the beach. You'll find plenty of delicious fresh local produce, food stalls, and gourmet food products, as well as locally made jewellery, fashion, art, books, and handcrafts.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much should I expect to pay for a holiday letting in Kingscliff?
When visiting Kingscliff, you can find holiday rentals from as little as $128 per night.
How many holiday accommodation offers will I find in Kingscliff?
There are loads of options for holiday accommodation in Kingscliff, with 646 offers available.
What holiday rental amenities do people typically look for when visiting Kingscliff?
In terms of holiday home amenities, travellers visiting Kingscliff most often look for TV, Internet and Pool.
How many accommodation offers are there in Kingscliff?
There are 646 holiday rental offers in Kingscliff, with plenty of Apartment rentals and House rentals available.
Are pets permitted in holiday accommodation in Kingscliff?
Yes, there are 27 pet-friendly holiday rentals in Kingscliff.
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