It’s a country affair at The Chillingham Village Markets

It’s a country affair at The Chillingham Village Markets. This relaxed, friendly, quaint country market has bric a brac, fresh fruit and vegetables, second hand clothing, breaky, coffee and woodfire pizza stalls, home decor, pet products, plants, books, local art and live music. It’s held at the Chillingham Community Centre on the second Sunday of the month (8.00am until 1.00pm).

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Self contained Cabin with Kitchenette

The cabin is self contained with kitchenette, You are free to bring your own food provisions to prepare and cook in your cabin, which has a gas BBQ on the verandah as well as gas cook-top and microwave in the kitchen area. If you aren’t in the mood to cook, then visit our nearby restaurantslocal markets, or the food and wine trail.
 

Waterfall Hideout cabin offers you:

*Your own private 4 person jacuzzi

*Real Wood Fire for winter, air-conditioning for summer.

*Kitchen area with Gas Stove Top, Microwave, Electric Kettle                  

*Everything you need for a comfortable self catering break + Gas BBQ on  the verandah

*Queen size bed

*LCD Television, DVD Player and library, CD Player, Board Games

*Breakfast Baskets by Arrangement (extra cost)                                          

*Your very own creek,  waterfall and swimming hole                                        

*Access to fruit orchard outside the cabin

 

Are you a Bird Enthusiast?

Are you a bird enthusiast? Here’s your opportunity to enjoy this unique area by going on Tweed Bird Walks. Many species found in the Tweed Caldera are at the northern or southern extents of their range.

The Tweed Caldera is one of the world’s largest and best examples of a caldera formed by the erosion of an extinct volcano. The volcano’s original plug, Wollumbin-Mount Warning, sits at the centre of the caldera, with a roughly circular outer rim formed by the escarpment walls of the McPherson and Border Ranges.

The Tweed Caldera has an exceptionally high biodiversity, supporting a huge number of plant and animal species. Fertile soils, the climate and latitude all contribute to this biodiversity, with the area able support temperate and sub-tropical species.

http://www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/TweedBirdWalks