Services and facilities

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Airfield

Open

Last updated 13 February 2019

Murwillumbah Airfield is open. For further information about the Airfield, visit Council's website.

Animal pound

Temporarily closed

Last updated 15 August 2021

Council's Pound was closed to the public on Wednesday 25 September 2019 and temporary arrangements are currently in place, for further information about these arrangements please visit https://www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/Pound

Beaches and Lifeguard Services

None

Last updated 16 December 2020

For information about the Tweed's beaches, visit https://beachsafe.org.au/nsw/tweed and listen to the emergency radio broadcaster, ABC North Coast, on FM 94.5 or AM 720.

Boat ramps

Open

Last updated 14 October 2020

Boat ramps are open. There are currently no boating restrictions.

Brett Street CAFE

Temporarily closed

Last updated 30 March 2022

Brett Street CAFE at the Tweed Heads Civic and Cultural Centre has been temporarily closed to allow critical maintenance to be done to the kitchen facilities. We know the café is important to locals so we are doing our best to get the work done as soon as we can.

To view the menu, trading hours, or for more information visit https://www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/brett-street-cafe

Community services

Open

Last updated 20 April 2022

Council's community venues, including community halls, facilities and centres are operating as usual, with COVID-19 Safety Plans in place.

Read more about our community venues

Contact Centre

Open

Last updated 4 March 2022

Customer Service Counters at both Tweed and Murwillumbah Offices are operating as normal, with COVID-19 Safety Plans in place. To view all the ways you can contact Council visit https://www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/contact-us.

Evacuation centre

None

Last updated 4 April 2022

The location of Emergency Evacuation Centres is determined during an event. The Local Emergency Management Committee and SES will notify Council when this decision has been made.

For further information please read the SES Floodsafe Fact Sheet (PDF) or visit the SES website.

Flood infrastructure

Open

Last updated 18 February 2020

The levee bank, flood gates and pumps are operating as normal. For further information about flood infrastructure, visit https://www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/Flooding.

Markets

None

Last updated 4 February 2022

Council-approved community markets, including at Kingscliff, SALT Village, Pottsville, Murwillumbah and Tweed Heads may operate as usual with COVID-safe plans in place. For more information about markets in the Tweed, visit https://whatsontweed.com.au/

For details of any COVID-19 restrictions in place visit https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/stay-safe/rules

Parks and gardens

Changes/restrictions

Last updated 30 March 2022

Due to the recent wet weather and flooding, some parks, public toilets and facilities are currently closed until a safety assessment can be completed. To find a park and view its current status, visit https://www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/find-park

Richmond Tweed Regional Library

Open

Last updated 30 March 2022

The Richmond Tweed Regional Library branches are operating as normal, with COVID Safe measures in place.

For further information about the libraries, visit https://www.rtrl.nsw.gov.au.

Road closures

Changes/restrictions

Last updated 21 March 2022

Following the major flooding event in the Tweed, the road network has been hugely impacted and many roads are still closed, including major landslips at Tyalgum Road, Scenic Drive and Reserve Creek Road. Avoid unnecessary travel and take extra care when driving.

Read more about flood impacts to our roads at https://www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/roadworks-closures

For any urgent road issues or dangers, call 02 6670 2400 any time of day.

To view closures to roads and bridges, and any hazards, visit https://northernrivers.myroadinfo.com.au

To report non-urgent potholes and other road damage, visit https://www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/report-problem

Sandbags

None

Last updated 1 March 2022

If you require sandbags during a weather event, please phone SES on 132 500.

For further information, visit the SES website.

Social media

None

Stay up to date with Council's latest news, as well as messages we share from local emergency organisations, by following us on social media:

Sports fields

Open

Last updated 20 April 2022

For information about Council's sports fields, including any closures, visit Council's website.

Stormwater

None

During times of high rainfall, the stormwater will temporarily struggle to cope with the inundation. This will drain as the rainfall eases. If you are experiencing overflow issues from the stormwater drain, please phone the SES on 132 500 for sandbags or support.

For non-urgent stormwater issue or damage to stormwater drains, report it online. If the issue is urgent, please call Council on 02 6670 2400 - 24/7.

Stotts Creek Resource Recovery Centre (tip)

Open

Last updated 1 April 2022

Stotts Creek Resource Recovery Centre (tip) is operating as normal, with COVID Safe measures in place.

Read more about the tip

Tweed Holiday Parks

Open

Last updated 29 September 2021

The Tweed Coast Holiday Parks are operating as normal, with COVID safe plans in place. For further information about the Holiday Parks, visit https://www.tchp.com.au.

Tweed JUNKtion (Tip Shop)

Open

Last updated 4 May 2022

The Tweed JUNKtion Tip Shop is operating as normal, with COVID Safe measures in place.

Read more about the tip shop

Tweed Laboratory

Open

Last updated 22 March 2022

The Tweed Laboratory is operating as normal, with COIVD safe plans in place. For more information about the Tweed Lab, visit https://www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/tweed-lab.

Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre

Open

Last updated 4 April 2022

The Tweed Regional Galley is operating as normal, with COVID Safe measures in place.

Find out more about the Gallery

Tweed Regional Museum

Open

Last updated 15 March 2022

The Tweed Regional Museum branches are operating as normal, with COVID Safe measures in place. For further information about the Museum, visit https://museum.tweed.nsw.gov.au.

Visitor Information Centre

Temporarily closed

Last updated 10 March 2022

Due to flooding the Murwillumbah Visitor Information Centre is closed until further notice. The centres at Tweed Heads and Kingscliff are operating as normal.

Find out more about the centres at https://visitthetweed.com.au/planning/visitor-info/

Waterway assets

Open

Last updated 24 December 2020

If you wish to report non-urgent issues in regards to debris clean up, erosion of waterways, riverbanks, and shoreline, please visit https://www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/ReportAProblem. If the issue is urgent, please call Council on 02 6670 2400 - 24/7.

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