Tumbulgum B&B is a centrally located, well-provisioned Bread and Breakfast, providing accommodation for couples, groups and families. Tumbulgum is located between Murwillumbah and Tweed Heads, just off the Tweed Valley Way. With its modern design, it provides a comfortable base to enjoy local watersports, scenic enjoyment, bushwalking and the breathtaking challenge of Mt. Warning.
Murwillumbah is 5 minutes away, the Kingscliff, Casuarine, Cabarita beaches are a short drive through stunning landscapes, Tweed Heads is 10 minutes and the Airport is just a bit further.
Tumbulgum is a small, peaceful village situated on the banks of the Tweed River. Its name is an Aboriginal word meaning 'meeting of the waters' as the town sits at the meeting of the Rous River and Tweed River.
As one of the first settlements in the valley, Tumbulgum was originally a cedar logger's settlement. Many of its early buildings were constructed of red cedar and are now gazetted by the National Trust. Today, activity at Tumbulgum centres on the river and hire boats are available for exploring the beautiful Rous River, one of the little known treasures of the Tweed. The 'Tumby Pub' as known to locals, is one of the attractions of the Tweed Valley with great food, a magnificent building and a perfect location on the Tweed River. It was the first pub in the area and has been licensed since 1887....
Situated on the picturesque Tweed River, House of Gabriel is one of a kind. The 120 year old historic homestead has been restored to its former glory and houses a unique gift shop, ladies fashions, art gallery and Cafe Gabby that offers an extensive menu which changes with the season.
Browse through the unique gift shop and art gallery then relax in the tranquil gardens while enjoying breakfast, morning tea, high tea, lunch or afternoon tea sipping on a cup of tea or coffee.
House of Gabriel is a unique place to bring family and friends....