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Tweed Heads Caravan Parks, NSW
Heads and Coolangatta share a main thoroughfare that follows the boundary between NSW and Queensland. The two are commonly referred to as the twin cities and many visitors fly into the region via Queensland and Coolangatta Airport. At the ocean end of Boundary Street is Point Danger, named by Captain Cook as he explored this section of the coast. Here you will find the Captain Cook Memorial, moulded from cast iron actually jettisoned from the Endeavour and recovered in the 1960s.
The area is perfect for boating, and there are several boat ramps. You can hire a boat, take a cruise or even hire a houseboat. There are also waterside parks, walkways, cycle paths, barbeques and picnic areas.
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