08 December 2022
Warning against moving slip site barriers
07 December 2022
One more step forward in the Tweed’s flood recovery efforts
06 December 2022
New exhibitions explore nature, connection and identity
Scenic village prepares for festive season celebrations
02 December 2022
Decorations across the Tweed mark the start of the holiday season
Inclusive playground celebrates rich cultural history of Fingal Head
30 November 2022
Warning issued following concerns over public safety
Tap water in the Tweed not affected.
28 November 2022
Funding secured for pump station near Dorothy-William Street levee
25 November 2022
Community survey seeks to understand local knowledge and experiences
24 November 2022
Tweed Mayor and Council’s emergency management officer receive awards for women
23 November 2022
Council adopts water release policy following community feedback
22 November 2022
Recognised on CDP 2022 A List for ambition, leadership and transparency on climate action
21 November 2022
Range of activities, fascinating conversations at Saturday event
2023 Tweed Seniors Festival shaping up to be our biggest and best yet
Useful links, information and contacts.
Information to help rebuild and recover.
Help us understand your knowledge and experiences with climate impacts. Closes 30 January.
Have your say on a draft replacement water sharing plan for the Tweed River. Closes 18 December.
Tell us how you spend your free time outdoors and why open space and recreation is important to you.
Award winning gallery with views to Wollumbin/Mount Warning.
Dedicated to preserving and sharing the Tweed's unique history and heritage.
Three accessible swimming complexes with an extensive range of programs.
Offering a wide variety of facilities, services and programs across the region.
Tweed Holiday Parks offers 7 idyllic beach, river and creekside locations along the Tweed.
Council provides a range of venues to help create a strong, cohesive and creative community.
Located at Tweed Heads, Brett Street CAFE is a social enterprise initiative of Council.
Situated in beautiful locations, providing peaceful and respectful surrounds.
The Tweed Lab offers a comprehensive range of chemical and biological testing for soil and water.
The airfield can accommodate up to twin propeller aircraft and operates in unrestricted airspace.
The tip is a recycling and problem waste service for Tweed residents located in Stotts Creek.
Visit the tip shop to find great quality second-hand items at bargain prices.
The Tweed offers a diverse network of parks and open spaces for everyone to enjoy.
Search the various sports fields across the Tweed below, including any current closures.
Report a non-urgent problem online. Please call us immediately for any urgent issues.
Providing Tweed residents with useful links, information and contacts in an emergency.
Use our online portal to pay for a range of rates and development charges.
View current vacancies and apply for a job with Council, or sign up to receive email alerts.
Use our online mapping service to find your property, zoning, flood information and much more.
Find out when your household rubbish bins are collected.
Households with a domestic red bin collection service qualify for 2 kerbside collections per year.
All cats and dogs must be registered by 6 months of age. Register online via the NSW Pet Registry.
You can list your pet as missing on our website, as well as the NSW Pet Registry.
Council uses your address for rates, water and any sundry debtor accounts.
Receive your rates and water notices up to 10 days early.
Track a development application (DA) or search for a property, including mapping and zoning.
Our building inspection service is flexible to meet your needs and bookings can be made online.
View current requests for offers and awarded contracts or make a submission.