Venue & Location

Mantra on Salt Beach, Kingscliff, NSW

Gunnamatta AvenueMantra on Salt Beach Hero.t53120
Kingscliff NSW 2487
(02) 6674 7722
www.mantra.com.au/Salt-Beach

Just 45 minutes from the Gold Coast and 20 minutes from the Gold Coast Airport, the seaside village of Kingscliff is known for its expanse of pristine and uncrowded beaches, and abundance of leisure adventure activities available. Perfectly located to explore the Tweed River Valley and bordering hinterland, Mantra on Salt Beach provides a relaxed, casual atmosphere well situated to a retreat style event or beachside holiday.

Getting There

Air

The Gold Coast Airport is 20 minutes from Mantra on Salt Beach, with regular flights from all capital cities and some Queensland regional centres. Please visit their website for more information.

A number of hire car companies operate out of Gold Coast Airport. Click here for more information.

Please note: Daylight savings begins in New South Wales on Oct 1st 2017. Queensland do not have daylight savings.

there will be an hour difference between the airport (which is in Queensland) and Kingscliff (New South Wales).

Meeting Point

Delegates wishing to save on transfer costs are encouraged to meet at the “Ground Transport Meeting Point” near the exit to the taxi rank in the airport terminal (see marker 31 in the Airport Terminal Map).

Airport transfers

For transfers between the airport and the venue, please contact Tweed Coast Transfers on 0409 661 589 or at tcclimos@bigpond.com.

Local Transport

Local bus, coach, taxi and limousine companies operate regular services to all major attractions, hotel and shopping centres. Please visit TransLink for more information.

Kingscliff

The Kingscliff coastline consists of a series of golden beaches cradled between headlands. There are world-class surf breaks and a reef break on the southern edge of Kingscliff. This region lies in close proximity to the Tweed Valley, the crater of a huge extinct volcano, now carpeted with a vivid green tapestry of farms and rainforest. Endowed with attractive street landscaping and some excellent cafes and restaurants, Kingscliff is becoming known as a gourmet destination. Be sure to explore the region from an Aboriginal perspective at the Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre, which includes a museum, art gallery and souvenir shop, and explore the beautiful Tweed River. Take a relaxing cruise from Tweed Heads or hire a houseboat and discover the river for yourself. Also experience nightlife Tweed-style at one of the area's celebrated licensed clubs, such as the South Tweed Sports Club.

kingscliff beach Kingscliff Beach boasts a pristine stretch of sand flanked by hinterland rainforest. Relax on the beach, go diving at the nearby Cook Island Marine Sanctuary or take the off-road walking track and discover the nearby coastal village of Pottsville. The beach is great for a range of activities such as fishing, surfing and paddle boarding.
kingscliff markets The Kingscliff Markets are held on the second and fourth Saturday of every month and host a wide range of stalls featuring gourmet food, fresh produce, craft, art and fashion. Experience Kingscliff's night markets, Knightfest, on the first Friday of every month from 5 - 9 pm and see the town light up with lanterns and live music.
   
   
   

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