Cabarita Beach hugs the foreshore of the Pacific Ocean, partway between Tweed Heads and Byron Bay. It is developing from a small fishing village into a modern town with contemporary housing estates springing up with such wonderfully named streets as Reef Water Circuit and Grass Tree Circuit. This spacious waterfront living is indicative of the new interest in dwelling at Cabarita Beach. Add to Description →
Hastings Street, one of the main streets in Cabarita Beach, parallels the Tweed Coast Road with its housing a stones throw to the beach.
Join the locals in a morning swim at the patrolled beach or walk the picturesque shoreline of Lake Cudgen, off Tamarind Avenue. Swim, canoe or fish in this protected natural wonderland. Lake Cudgen is shallow and safe for children. Cudgen Nature Reserve also takes in the Estuary where anglers enjoy great catches. At Norrie’s Headland there are timbered walking paths which wind their way down to Diamond Beach.
Views to Mount Warning to the west dominate aerial photos of Cabarita Beach. It is the biggest shield volcano in the Southern Hemisphere.
With outlooks to the beach, lake or the mountains, most Cabarita Beach homes take in some aspect of this natural region.