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Stotts Creek, NSW

Heading south from Tweed Heads, follow the Pacific Highway and take the Tweed Valley Way exit for Tourist Drive 40 to see spectacular views of the majestic Mt Warning, against a backdrop of the beautiful Tweed River, scenic farmland and the sugar cane fields.

On your left is Stotts Island Nature Reserve with a picnic area and interpretive centre. Following the river on your right is a growers market and the turn off to the historic village of Tumbulgum with lovely river views, boat hire and the historic Tumbulgum Hotel.

Nearest Airport: Coolangatta

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About Stotts Creek

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Stotts Creek Postcode: 2487
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: North Coast NSW
  • Latitude: -28.28179
  • Longitude: 153.50321
  • Elevation: 2m
  • Population: 3
  • Area (Sq/km): 6.731
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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