Places of Interest

Madura Tea Estate Tours

Some see leaves but we see tea!

Spend time at our tea estate and we promise you too will see tea differently.                        

Nestled in the picturesque hinterland of Northern New South Wales, 

our sub-tropical estate offers guests the opportunity to explore ‘beyond the cup’ whilst

equally immersing one’s self in surrounding native rainforest and rural farmland.

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Tropical Fruit World

Tropical Fruit World is an agri-tourist destination growing the largest range of tropical and rare fruit in the world. It is also an eco-tourist destination where fruit growing is blended with native reserves of rainforest trails, landscaped waterways and native animals.

It is located on Duranbah Road, Duranbah. Simply take the Murwillumbah exit off the Pacific Highway and follow the signs to Tropical Fruit World or you can visit their website at for more information


Pottsville Golf CoursePottsville Golf Course

Situated on the outskirts of Pottsville is this delightful 9 hole golf course. It features:

•9 hole Par 29 Golf Course
•Practice putting green
•Motorised golf carts

Pottsville Golf Course

•Hire golf clubs with pull buggy
•Licensed bar and snacks

Located on 2.5kms from Pottsville village travel west from the town to the Pottsville-Mooball intersection and turn left. 500 metres along on your left is the golf course.
930 Pottsville Road, Pottsville
Phone: 02 66763777

Website: Here

Visit the Enchanting Crystal Castle

Nestled in the beautiful hinterland, west of Mullumbimby is the Crystal Castle. It offers an enchanting getaway reflective of the spirituality and element of escapism that this area is famous for.

Mystical statues, amazing crystals, exquisite jewellery and delicious delights awaits visitors. 


Mount WarningMount Warning, Tweed Coast

“The jewel in the crown”

Mount Warning is located in the Tweed Coast Hinterland. It is the central core of the Southern Hemisphere’s largest extinct shield volcano.

The Bundjalung people who inhabited the region before European settlement named it “Wollumbin” meaning “cloud catcher”. You can often glance over to the mountain and witness the clouds being “caught” around its apex. It is the first place on the Australian mainland to be touched by the morning sun.

Mount Warning is on a list of 8 iconic sites across Australia. It is a World Heritage Listed National Park and a popular tourist attraction for those people who enjoy experiencing the cultural and environmental beauty of the Tweed.


Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Just 30 minutes drive away -  Wild Island Adventure Playground, didgeridoo performance, Lorikeet feeding, bird show, reptile show and crocodile encounter.

Feed the kangaroos, have your photo taken with a Koala or take the Green Challenge tree tops ropes course.