Tweed Heads Historic Site and Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre experiences amongst nature where you can learn about the local Aboriginal culture.
Go back in time and learn about Indigenous culture through art, relics, dance, song, and more at one of South Tweed Heads greatest attraction. Listen to their Aboriginal guides who talk about their history and culture and the significance of sacred Aboriginal sites.
Get close to nature and take a stroll on the wheelchair-accessible boardwalk - the Walk on Water walking track which starts at the beginning of the centre. This 'must do' walk if a 1km flat loop track surrounded by bushland and mangroves. You’ll follow a wheelchair-accessible boardwalk and dirt walking track through the stunning rainforest and woodlands before walking amongst the mangrove communities that sit alongside the Tweed River.
Along the way, check out the informative signs where you can learn about the native plants, animals and culture of the Minjungbal people.
If you are a keen birdwatcher, be sure to bring your binoculars! This walk offers great birdwatching where you can spot shorebirds and waders.