Murwillumbah is centrally located between the Gold Coast and Byron Bay providing visitors with easy access to all the region offers from beaches to culture to the heritage listed national parks. Since the Pacific Highway bypass, Murwillumbah has joined the Top 10 of the most desirable places to live in Australia.
The picturesque township of Murwillumbah has a population of approx 7,500 people and lies on the Tweed River. The Tweed River is a short river with a catchment area in the erosion caldera of the Tweed Volcano, a huge extinct volcano of which Mt Warning is the volcanic plug. The branches of the river join at Murwillumbah and flow into the sea about 20 kilometres northeast at Tweed Heads.