Cold Beer, Good Friends and Good Food the stuff the Ivory is made of

We have bought back some of the old favorites as well as focusing on fresh local seafood straight off the trawlers.

The Ivory is the Tweed Coast’s premier venue featuring a restaurant, bistro and bar experience unsurpassed throughout the Northern beaches.

Situated at the base of Boyd’s Bay Bridge and looking out over the Tweed River, we boast exotic cocktails, waterfront dining, live entertainment and a menu that will not fail to impress. We take pride in our customer service and modest prices and look forward to sharing the Ivory experience with you.


We buy, cook and deliver the freshest seafood everyday. Our long standing 20 years connections with Gr8 Catch & Wilkinson Seafoods means we are supplied the finest seasonal catches daily.

Locally caught fish include; Snapper, Whiting, Mullet, Bream, Trevalley, Jew fish, Flake, Fresh Tasmanian Salmon, Red Emperor and Barramundi, Fresh Prawns includes Fresh Gold Coast Tiger Prawns and Tweed caught Ocean King Prawns when available.

Enjoy our superior deboned fish and chips cooked in 100% cholesterol free sunflower oil, chose from our light and crispy homemade fish batter made from a long standing family recipe or try our Japanese Panko crumb. Healthier options include, grilled fish in a selection of marinades, Greek and seafood salads & our popular fresh seafood platters including: Crabs, Moreton Bay Bugs, Prawns and Oysters.


The Tweed Heads Bowls Club was founded in 1921 by a group of dedicated people with a pioneering spirit who wanted to build a firm foundation for future progress.

The club started life on the banks of the beautiful Tweed River directly under Point Danger in a modest clubhouse. In 1975 a new clubhouse was built on land purchased by the Clubs forefathers on Greenbank Island, not far from the original site.

The Club is centrally located, situated a few hundred metres from the New South Wales and Queensland border on the southern end of the Gold Coast, adjacent to the beautiful Tweed waterways, the Southern Cross University campus and the Tweed Hospital.

The Club features a world-renowned international indoor bowling facility and four world class outdoor greens. Other unique features of the club are its’ in-house butchery and bakery, a testament to its dedication and reputa- tion as a great place to dine. The friendliness and commitment to customer service provided by our staff is second to none.

Visitors to the Club are always welcome, and can choose from a range of quality restaurants from cafe snacks & family meals to a fabulous dining experience in nineteen21 which specialises in locally sourced produce.

Children are catered for in the Kidzone located in The Brasserie. Bingo, live entertainment, an award-winning TAB and daily raffles occupy the leisure hours of local residents and visitors alike.


Seagulls has been an integral part of the Tweed Community for over 40 years and has the honour of being the oldest provincial rugby league club in Australia.

seagulls is only 5 minutes from Coolangatta Airport, amazing sun drenched beaches and 5 star accommodation.

Seagulls offers its members and their guests a vast range of facilities and first-class service. Our friendly staff will ensure your experience at seagulls is as memorable as it is enjoyable, become a member today and enjoy the unmatched facilities and services we have to offer.

Seagulls Football Club was established in 1908, and started playing football in 1909 and has the honour of being the oldest provincial rugby league club in Australia.

The Football Club purchased land in Tweed Heads West, where the club house and football grounds where built in 1972 shortly after it was licensed.  The home ground was originally called the Chris Cunningham field and changed to Seagulls Stadium in the late 80’s.

The club has evolved into a sophisticated and innovative entertainment and recreational centre, servicing the Tweed and south Gold Coast community.


Twin Towns is located on the QLD/NSW border, in the heart of the Tweed and Southern Gold Coast.

The Tweed is home to Australia’s Green Cauldron, the world-heritage-listed ancient Gondwana rainforests and endless expanses of unspoilt coastline. The Southern Gold Coast is famous for its iconic beaches, world famous surf breaks and relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Staying at Mantra Twin Towns Hotel & Apartments, this and more is on your doorstep. Plus, the excitement of Twin Towns and its world-class shows, restaurants and music will keep you entertained day and night.

If adventure is on your holiday agenda, an endless array of fun-filled activities awaits the thrill seeker. Scuba diving, skydiving, surfing, deep sea fishing, whale watching, helicopter and scenic flights are just minutes from your doorstep.

If relaxing in the great outdoors is more your style, there are beachside cycling tracks (Mantra Twin Towns has cycles for hire), bush walks, surf schools, picturesque picnic spots and endless kilometres of white sandy beaches to walk, swim and explore.

The Tweed and Southern Gold Coast’s sub-tropical climate is perfect for fun all year round, with plenty of sunshine and average daily temperatures of 19-29°C in Summer and 11-21°C in Winter.

Twin Towns is just 5 minutes drive from Gold Coast Airport, 30 minutes drive to Surfers Paradise, an hour and 20 minutes drive to Brisbane International Airport, 40 minutes to Byron Bay and an hour’s flight from Sydney.


A Little Piece Of History

If you are heading to the Tweed Valley in northern NSW then don’t miss a day at the historic Tumbulgum Tavern. Tumbulgum is the perfect place for fishing, water skiing, and visiting the heritage listed and character filled Tumbulgum pub. The “Tumby Pub” in the Tweed Valley has great tucker, a magnificent old building and a perfect location on the Tweed River.

Bring the Family for a swim, a meal and fun in the playground. Tumbulgum is a picturesque riverside village with views over the cane fields and hills. It is conveniently located just off the Tweed Valley Way, north-east of Murwillumbah.

It is a popular area where locals and tourists come for a riverside picnic or stroll along the heritage shop fronts. The public boat ramp provides good access for all types of boats, and fuel and bait are available.

Originally called the “Tweed Junction”, or just “The Junction”, the name was changed in 1880 to the aboriginal derivation of “Tumbulgum” (proun. tum-BULgim). The Tumbulgum Tavern was the first Pub in the area and licensed since 1887.

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