Northern NSW has become one of the hottest spots on the east coast of Australia and the town of Brunswick Heads is one of the prettiest.
Once in the shadow of big sister, Byron Bay, this coastal village has come into its own – great food, gorgeous scenery and possibly the greatest pub in Australia!
Where to eat and drink?
Delicious food in the heart of Brunswick Heads, there Sunday Long Lunch is a must.
2/26 Mullumbimbi St, Brunswick Heads, NSW @cadeaurestaurant
Grab a drink and kick back in the beer garden overlooking the beautiful Brunswick River. Great food, drinks and entertainment, a must visit when visiting Brunswick Heads.
4 Mullumbimbi St, Brunswick Heads, NSW @hotelbrunswick
Natural Ice Cream Australia
Wowee, this place goes beyond your choc chip everyday ice cream. Try the Monte Carlo steambun ice cream sarnie or the prebiotic smokey paperbark, coffee and maple ice cream. Great for your gut and incredibly delicious.
21 Mullumbimbi St, Brunswick Heads, NSW @naturalicecreamaustralia
Feel welcomed into an authentic Mexican cuisine experience where modern Mexican food is served up beneath the trees, with a dose of warm hospitality.
5/3 Fawcett St, Brunswick Heads, NSW @lacasita.brunswick
This aperitivo bar brings a taste of Europe to Brunswick Heads. The perfect spot for a late afternoon session over delicious share plates, accompanied by an excellent wine list, watching the sun go down.
4/16 The Terrace, Brunswick Heads, NSW@honourbrunswickheads
Where to stay?
This boutique motel has a relaxed tropical vibe – friendly, casual and walking distance to the centre of Brunswick Heads.
68 Tweed St, Brunswick Heads, NSW @chalet_motel
What to do
Apart from amazing beaches, river activities and stunning hinterland to visit, Brunswick Heads is also home to the Brunswick Picture House. This local landmark is a favourite to check out a film, cabaret, music or just have a catch-up. Be sure to check out their upcoming events prior to your visit.
30 Fingal St, Brunswick Heads, NSW @brunswickpicturehouse