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Tourist Drive 38 or Tweed Coast Drive is a tourist drive on the Tweed Coast. It is just another one of those north coast, northern rivers New South Wales tourist drives except by the coast and next to some of NSW's best beaches.

Understand[edit]

Tourist Drive 38 isn't a drive that many people specifically go to. However, it is an extremely popular drive for those who'd want to stop and take a break and explore something along their way to Brisbane from Sydney or vice versa. It is also home to the warmest beaches in New South Wales.

Prepare[edit]

You won't need anything so special for this trip. Just a car and yourself

Get in[edit]

Get around[edit]

There are several modes of travel that are used on Tourist Drive 30.

By bus or train[edit]

Most of this route is not covered by buses or trains. Buses do operate through Byron Bay and Ballina.

By car[edit]

See Driving in Australia

This is a very car-friendly route with travelling by car being the most easiest and fastest option.

By bike[edit]

This route is one of the most bike-friendly routes in New South Wales.

Go[edit]

Drive[edit]

Stay Safe[edit]

Do not swim or surf at night or alone. There are no lifeguards on duty.

Go next[edit]

Go and explore Tourist Drive 30

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