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Hidden Histories Walking Tours

The Tweed is full of hidden wonders and secret stories. Take a short walking tour and discover something new.

Wonderful Wunderlich! - Murwillumbah

Murwillumbah is full of hidden wonders and secrets, you just have to know where to look. Come with us on a tour of secret Murwillumbah, easily discovered by simply looking up!

Many buildings in Murwillumbah feature beautiful pressed metal Art Nouveau and Art Deco ceiling designs, all made by the Wunderlich Ltd Company. Wunderlich was one of Australia’s most significant building companies, creating architectural elements for many iconic Sydney buildings including the Sydney Town Hall and the terracotta facade of the Commonwealth Bank in Martin Place. Over the lifespan of the company, Wunderlich produced materials in many styles including ornate Neoclassical Victorian, Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Gothic designs, often being ahead of movements and trends. Wunderlich was part of the very fabric of the Australian building industry and their designs help to tell the story of the stylistic and social change in Australia through much of the 19th and 20th century.


Download the Wonderful Wunderlich! Tour in the side bar on the right.

Find out more about Tweed Shire Council's 'Look Up!' Heritage Conservation Project by visiting our LookUP (external link) page.

Town Centre Heritage Walk - Murwillumbah

M13-31 Red Sunday

Join the Murwillumbah Historical Society on a guided tour of Murwillumbah and listen to some fascinating stories of the past.

1st Saturday of every month at 1pm. Bookings preferred - call (02) 6670 2273 email

You can also do this at any time, as a self-guided walk - download the PDF in the sidebar at top right.

Heritage Walk - Uki Village

Uki Heritage walk

This walk through part of Uki village highlights locations along the main street (Kyogle Road). This is an easy walk and takes approximately one hour. There are numerous shops and places to eat along the route.

To follow the self-guided walk, download the PDF in the sidebar at top right.
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