Perched on the lush green banks of the Tweed River with sweeping views of Wollumbin/Mt Warning and hinterland ranges, resides the Tweed River House, a stunning bistro located in the picturesque Murwillumbah. Only half and hour from Bruns! Tweed River House was awarded a chef's hat in the 2022 Australian Good Food Guide. Great nouvelle cuisine classics of the provences of France.
131 River Street
P: 02 6672 5269
Enjoy Craft beers and Hinterland views at Wandana Brewing Co. in Mullumbimby, a short drive from Brunswick heads. Our small-batch beers are hand-crafted using only the finest ingredients, experience what truly fresh beer tastes like. All the brews are uniquely fermented to the sweet vibrations of music, for happier yeast and beers that sings to the soul. Come share a few tasty cold ones with old and new friends in our spacious Tap Room surrounded by the hum of a working brewery.
Or you can kick-back in the Beer Garden whilst watching the sun set behind Mt Chincogan and beyond. Kids can keep themselves busy in the playroom. We are also a dog friendly venue (must be on a lead). All are welcome….! Local Food Trucks keep everyone from going hungry on Friday’s, Saturdays and Sunday’s during trading hours, offering a variety of delicious food styles. There is always a vegetarian option available.
On Friday's and Saturday's ,DJ’s set the scene for our sunsets sessions. And if it is Live Music that you’re into, Sundays feature a selection of talented local musicians. Follow us on FB @wandanabrewco or Insta @wandanabrewingco to find out our weekly line up.
20 Manns Road, Mullumbimby
Treat yourself to a day Husk Farm Distillery. Come for a walk-through tour of the production facility or come and soak in the beautiful rural location while sipping an original Husk Rum or Ink Gin cocktail in the cellar door, before taking home a bottle of your own for later.
On the east coast of Australia in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales lies the deepest caldera in the Southern Hemisphere. At the focal point of the caldera and still dominating the region is the eroded core of the once mighty Tweed volcano. Known as Wollumbin or ‘cloud catcher’ by the Bundjalung people, it was named Mt Warning by Captain James Cook in 1770, to warn mariners of the treacherous coastline between Fingal Head and Point Danger.
Nestled in the caldera below, set on 150 acres of farmland with the Pacific Ocean to the east and the Gondwana Rainforest to the west, lies the family run distillery where Husk Distillers practice their craft.
As the local independent brewery, we take a fresh approach to brewing handcrafted beer in the Northern Rivers of NSW, one of the greatest places on earth.
Drop into our Byron Bay brewery’s tasting room and grab a tasting paddle or book a tour to learn more about our approach to brewing, conscious business and beer!
We’re open seven days, to find out more details or book a tour, head to our website – stoneandwood.com.au/byron-brewery
Stone & Wood Brewery Byron Bay – 4 BORONIA PL, BYRON BAY
P: (02) 6685 9220