Northern Rivers Rail Trail Tweed

Active and Connected – Explore the Tweed Valley & Tweed Coast

Living at Sceniq in Bilambil Heights, you’ll simply love the active and connected lifestyle.

Start your day with a morning surf at Greenmount, just 10 minutes away, then take the kids kayaking in the Terranora Broadwater. Be sure to pack a picnic for your stop along the banks of the Tweed River, before you watch the sun set behind Wollumbin, Mt Warning…. Then breathe in the fresh air and count your blessings you live in such a revitalising (and Instaworthy) natural location.

Next day – you’re off to enjoy the adrenaline rush of Tweed Valley’s renowned mountain biking trails … or perhaps for a slower pace, it’s a rainforest walk in one of your neighbouring heritage listed national parks and nature reserves – you’re simply spoilt for choice with an address, connected to the amazing Tweed and Gold Coast Hinterlands as well as the Tweed and Gold Coasts.

You’ll never be bored, with over 100km of maintained walking/biking paths across the Tweed!  Closer to home – the whole family (all abilities) will enjoy the simple pleasure of a gentle stroll (or roll) via a network of accessible walking paths, connecting you to socialise with your like-minded neighbours at Sceniq Park, including your own community playground, to be delivered along with the first stage of homesites at this new, elevated residential community.

Tweed Waterways

Whether you’re seeking some tranquil ‘me time’, or precious outdoor family time away from screens, exploring the nearby picturesque Scenic Drive to Peninsula Drive walk will be a rewarding activity – it’s only 1km from Sceniq.

Terranora Creek

This dog-friendly, wide (and mostly level) gravel track stretches an easy 4.8km (return), along the Birds Bay and Bingam Bay sections of peaceful Terranora Creek.  Dotted with several seats and picnic tables, as well as a choice of sandy areas to dip in your toes (or more), it will take you around 1 hour to complete the return walk (maybe stop in at Seagulls Club for a sneaking refreshing bevvy to reward yourself when done!).

This beautiful creekside trail is perfect for jogging, biking or even fishing and you’ll often have the path to yourself. There’s parking at both ends of the walkway, and you’ll find the generally easy path is suitable for prams and wheelchairs, with just a couple of small bumps here and there.

For the keen fisher in the family, you’ll never lack options with the wildlife-rich Tweed River and Terranora Broadwater, local creeks and estuaries all close by.  For a spot of primo beach and surf fishing, you’re also in luck.  Only around 16 minutes’ drive will take you to wide stretches of white sand at Kingscliff and Casuarina and to Cabarita Beach and beyond.

Northern Rivers Rail Trail

An absolute beauty of an asset for residents and visitors alike, the Tweed section of the Northern Rivers Rail Trail is an epic 24km ride from Murwillumbah to Crabbes Creek.  It wont be too long, and 2-wheel enthusiasts will be able to tick off the full 132km ride proposed through Northern NSW’s incredible natural scenery,  On completion the rail trail will take you through the Byron Shire, Lismore City and all the way through to Casino. We can’t wait!

NRRT family on bikes

The Tweed section of the trail includes sealed and compacted gravel sections that meander through tunnels and over bridges (see main picture above). You’ll explore quaint Tweed villages as you set off from state heritage listed Murwillumbah Railway Station through Stokers Siding, Burringbar and Mooball before finishing at Crabbes Creek.  Dotted along the way you’ll find cafes, galleries, picnic areas, toilets and bike pumps – and you should definitely stop in at the Tweed Regional Gallery and Margaret Olley Art Centre.

This is a mostly level, gentle ride offering inclusive options to suit the whole family – whether using your own bikes, or one of many bicycles and e-bikes available to hire along the trail.  There are even tours that will pick you and the bikes up at the other end and bring you back to your car at the start!

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Beaches to Explore along the Tweed Coast

If you’re looking to top up the Vitamin D stores, there’s no better place than the Gold and Tweed Coasts. Whether that’s a surf at the famous Kirra surf break or a brisk stroll to explore the lighthouse at Fingal Head … there are so many stretches of sand, surf and sunshine within a very short drive from Sceniq.

Tweed Coastline

Discover more natural wonders of the Tweed

Other natural wonders we love, perfect for a picnic or hike close to Sceniq include:

  • Wollumbin (Mt Warning)
  • Mebbin National Park (lots of walks to choose from)
  • Clarrie Hall Dam
  • and for something a little more thrilling – the Uki Mountain Bike Park.

Fishing Tweed River

Follow Sceniq on socials now, to discover more about the naturally and culturally diverse treasures you can explore around the Tweed Valley, Tweed River and Tweed Coast, along with the incredible array of active and healthy lifestyle pursuits … all so close to your brand new forever home to be built at Sceniq.

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Find out more

View all new vacant land now selling from $535,000* here.

To discuss how you can secure your new homesite and build your dream home, or to arrange an on-site inspection of land for sale, contact Louise, Sceniq’s exclusive project sales consultant today on 1800 281 820.

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* From price is correct at time of writing and is subject to availability and change. Median list price for Stage 1 is $545,000.