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Pottsville Beach, NSW

The Tweed Coast and the villages dotted along it are famous for beaches, surfing, fishing, reserves and beachside parks.

Located on the coast due east of Mt Warning, Pottsville offers a variety of mainly budget accommodation including caravan parks, cabins, holiday flats and motels.

The creeks and estuaries provide ample opportunities for exploration, with canoeing, fishing and swimming popular, especially with children.

Pottsville Beach Markets operate on the first and third Sunday morning of the month, at the Phillip Street Reserve.

Boat launch ramps are available at Pottsville and Hastings Point.

Mt Warning and Nightcap National Parks are about 40 km away.

Nearest Airport: Coolangatta

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