The historic Kingscliff Beach Hotel, aka, ‘The Kingy’ overlooks the picturesque Kingscliff Beach and is a favourite destination for both locals and visitors.
Having recently undergone a multi-million dollar refurbishment in 2014, this is the perfect location for a quiet after work drink, a sumptuous alfresco meal or a cheeky game of pool. The beautiful outdoor setting is as iconic as the pub itself and packed with a friendly and happy atmosphere all year around. Of course, being at the heart of the coastal front, the Kingy can just as easily serve you up a rump steak topped with garlic prawns, pan-seared salmon, a creamy seafood and chicken linguine or any number of their famous wood-fired pizzas.
The Kingy lives for live music! Make your way to the outdoor stage to listen to everything from acoustic guitar pieces to rock-inspired numbers every Saturday and Sunday afternoon till evening. Our 2 for 1 pizza evenings are also a must do event for family and friends alike. Wine is fine anytime according to the locals, and the Kingy has a number of wine-friendly evenings peppered throughout each month so check your calendars and get in touch for the upcoming events.
If art classes are of interest to you, Kingscliff Arts was awarded the 2013 Best Creative Industry Award in the local Tweed Business awards and offers art classes for all ages and levels of skill. Try your hand at watercolor, acrylic, oil or drawing classes and take home a one-of-a-kind piece of art!
Operating since 2003, Caldera Kayak Experience specialises in eco adventures within the Tweed. Kayak or paddle board hire and lessons, estuary tours, sightseeing and bush / beach walks are all on offer and suitable for all ages.
Whether you’ve decided you want to learn to surf, spend the day snorkelling, go fishing, kayaking or whale watching, head down to the Cudgen Creek between 9am – 4pm daily and join the fun with Watersports Guru.