Location – Murwillumbah NSW Australia

Everything is just minutes from your Motel.

Our central location offers easy access to the full spectrum of holiday activities. Surrounded by 5 heritage listed rainforest parks and only 30 minutes to iconic Byron Bay – our Motor Inn is a great launchpad and retreat to explore the surrounding Tweed Valley hinterlands.

Wollumbin National Park

Previously known as ‘Mount Warning National Park’ is a national park located in northern New South Wales, Australia, near the border with the state of Queensland. It surrounds Mount Warning, part of a remnant caldera of a much larger extinct volcano (the Tweed volcano). The park is part of the Scenic Rim Important Bird Area, identified as such by BirdLife International because of its importance in the conservation of several species of threatened birds.

Fingal Head

Fingal Head, sometimes known simply as Fingal, consists of a narrow spit of land that lies between the Tweed River estuary and the ocean, a rocky headland and an offshore island. The northern tip of Fingal Head forms the south head of the mouth of the Tweed River and a single road runs south down Letitia Spit.

Tweed Heads and Tweed River

Tweed Heads is a vibrant seaside holiday destination by the beautiful Tweed River estuary. You’ll discover fun outdoor activities, including riverboat cruises, whale watching, kayaking, deep-sea fishing and surfing. There are lovely ocean beaches and you’ll relish the delicious places to eat.

Nicknamed the Twin City because of neighbouring Coolangatta, Tweed Heads is on the far NSW North Coast.

Natural Bridge, Springbrook

Natural Bridge is in the western part of Springbrook National Park, part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area.
The park’s Natural Bridge section features a picturesque rock formation, formed by the force of the waterfall over the basalt cave. It is easily accessible from the Nerang-Murwillumbah Road car park.

Byron Bay

Byron Bay is a coastal town in the southeastern Australian state of New South Wales. It’s a popular holiday destination, known for its beaches, surfing and scuba diving sites. Cape Byron State Conservation Park is on a headland with a lighthouse. Between June and November, humpback whales can be spotted from headland viewpoints such as the Captain Cook Lookout.

Hastings Point

Hastings Point is the smallest coastal settlement of New South Wales Tweed Shire; the “Jewel of the Tweed”, surrounded by national park, the hamlet is nestled between the ocean on its east and a beautiful but delicate estuary on its west.

It is the entrance for the now nationally recognised “Green Cauldron”.

Lamington National Park

Lamington National Park is in southeast Queensland, Australia. It’s known for its section of the ancient Gondwana Rainforests, home to the rare Albert’s lyrebird. Trails in the park’s 2 areas, Binna Burra and Green Mountains, criss-cross the McPherson Range. The Border Track offers mountain views. The Caves Circuit overlooks the Coomera Valley. The tumbling Moran’s Falls can be seen from the Python Rock lookout.

Surrounded by 5 heritage listed rainforest parks and only 20-30 minutes to iconic beaches, our Motor Inn is a great launchpad to explore the whole region.