Kingscliff is a sleepy beach side town on the northern NSW coast, only a fifteen-minute drive from the Queensland border. Although it’s small in size, there are plenty of things to do in Kingscliff.

There is only one main street in the town, and it is alive with busy cafes, and restaurants. It’s a destination that is favoured by many year after year and loved by locals.

Top Things to do in Kingscliff

Whether you’re looking to explore the beaches, walk through amazing nature sites or check out cultural landmarks, don’t miss these exciting Kingscliff attractions!

Play at Cudgen Creek

Cudgen Creek just overshadows the beach as the local’s favourite water playground. It’s probably the best local attraction in Kingscliff because it’s so beautiful and peaceful.

Walk from Salt Beach to Kingscliff

Local knowledge says the bridge is the place for some good photos on a clear evening with a magical sunset. You can see out to Mt Warning in the distance.

Surf and Play at Kingscliff Beach

Across the road from the cafe strip is Kingscliff Beach. This local beach will satisfy the surfers or those families just wanting to build sandcastles and play on the sand.

Have Dinner at Kingscliff Bowling Club

When it comes to dining in Kingscliff, you’ll find cheap and good tucker here at the Bowling Club.

Have a Beer at Kingscliff (Cudgen) Surf Club

The food here is good as well with specials for lunch and dinner. And they have those kids activity packs to keep them amused at the table.

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