CAT | Location Profiles
Tweed Heads lies just south of the Queensland/New South Wales border. Queensland’s Coolangatta is a stone’s throw across the border.
Lismore is located at the very heart of the Northern Rivers Region. It is a city of some 45,000 people. It is a virtual hub for the region providing many services including sport facilities, schools, hospitals and the University of New England.
Brunswick Heads with it relatively small population of approximately 2,000 has managed to retain a genuine seaside village atmosphere. Quiet nights, welcoming locals and an assortment of exceptional dining experiences make it worthy of spending time here. It provides a safe, quiet beach within the breakwater, as well as beautiful surf beach towards the south.
Grafton is the largest township found along the Clarence River. It’s streets and parks are a magnificent display with thousands of beautifying trees.
Located a short drive from Byron Bay, Ballina is on an island at the very mouth of the Richmond River. Totally surrounded by over 30 kilometres of pristine beaches and crystal clear waters. This is nature’s Disneyland for beach lovers, surfers, fishermen, boaties and adventurers.
Byron Bay is located on the most easterly point of the East Coast of Australia. Historically Byron Bay was used as a base for the Dairy Farms and a Whaling Station in the region.