During your stay at the North Star Holiday Resort explore the wonders of this beautiful untouched beachside location. The North Star’s location is perfect for fishing, swimming. bike riding and family fun.
- 5 minutes walk to the beach & estuary
- Great Beaches and Surfing
- The Best Fishing
- Relaxing Walks
- Nearby Golf
- Nearby Lawn Bowls
- Skateboard & Bike Bowl located a 10 minute walk or 5 minute pushbike ride along the bike/walkway path from the Resort
- 10 kms of safe Bike/Walkway separate to the main road, from Casuarina (5kms north of the resort) to Pottsville Waters (5kms south of the resort)
- Weekend Markets
- Hire a kayak and explore the Estuary
- 4WD Tours
- Crystal Castle
- Tweed Escapes
- Tweed Endeavour Cruises
For more information about ‘what’s on’ in the local area, check out Tweed Tourism, The Tweed.
Tropical Fruit World
Take a fresh look at fun! Tropical Fruit World provides a unique experience that indulges all the senses. Discover exotic fruits from around the world aboard a guided tractor tour.
Enjoy their Adventure Playground, Miniature Rail Ride, Jungle River Cruise, Fauna Park and Fruit Tasting. Great food and natural products, too.
Tweed Escapes offers an amazing assortment of river tours & cruises, outdoor adventures and sightseeing & foodie tours in Australia’s Green Coast. Operating on the Tweed Coast and in the beautiful Tweed Valley they specialise in providing cruises on the Tweed River, day tours and overnight tours around the iconic Mount Warning, the World Heritage listed Border Ranges and the picturesque Tweed Valley.
Tweed Eco Cruises
Tweed Eco Cruises operates on the resource rich Tweed River, a 78km waterway with highly-valued and respected influence on the vitality of the Northern Rivers.
With a fleet of four vessels, TEC can accommodate all boating needs.
From classic river cruising, weddings and themed parties to the exclusive Pot to Plate mud crab catching adventure, Tweed Eco Cruises is able to showcase the best of Australia’s Green Cauldron … and served with locally caught fish, prawns, oysters and mud crabs and locally sourced produce.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is Australia’s leading native wildlife, adventure, coastal rainforest and Aboriginal experience. Currumbin’s ‘Experience Pass’ includes amazing Australian wildlife encounters, Aboriginal performances, entry to Green Challenge Adventure Parc and Wildlife Hospital precinct.
Where else can you cuddle a koala, experience wild Lorikeet Feeding, see an amazing Free-flight Bird Show, “Close Encounters” with friendly marsupials & deadly snakes, feed Kangaroos, encounter one of Australia’s largest Saltwater Crocodiles, see Aboriginal didgeridoo & dance performances, plus much more – including the Green Challenge Adventure Parc, an exhilarating 65 challenge tree-tops ropes course (zip line).
The new Currumbin Wildlife Hospital provides the chance to see inside the region’s largest veterinary hospital, providing a free community service to care for more than 5,000 sick, injured and orphaned wildlife as well as vital conservation research.
If native produce and bush tucker is your thing, you can’t go past Buck’s Farm. For over 40 years Gerard ‘Buck’ Buchanan’s passion for agriculture and healthy eating has been the driving force behind this farm. You can wander through over 20 different bush tuckers and Asian fruit species, check out the range of natural products and some of the exotic home-grown produce.
M|Arts Precinct is a classic art deco building housing Gallery DownTown, which displays works of Australian Art and local artists. Visitors can visit the galleries, stroll through the Precinct, watch artists at work, buy original art and bespoke wares and enjoy delicious Italian meals or a patisserie treat which almost makes you believe you‘re in Paris.
Just down the road from Farm and Co is the newest kid on the block. Earth Beer Company is located on an avocado farm with a view to die for. Sustainability is key for these brewers with home-grown ingredients making an exceptional addition to their seasonal range of beers. You can test out the goods Friday to Sunday, 11 am – 8 pm with live music and pop up food stalls every weekend.
This well-known tea company has been making the most of all the Tweed has to offer since 1978. Tea enthusiasts can visit Australia’s only sub-tropical tea estate and experience the tea production process. Tours run during harvest season, October to May.
Farm and Co.
This organic family farm has grown from a roadside veggie shack to a paddock to plate cafe and farm stall. You can wander around the farm, feed Hank the pig and get that perfect insta pic in the sunflower field. Farm and Co is located on Cudgen Road, only 15 minutes from the Resort.