Tweed Heads Learning Site
Pioneer Park, 230 Kennedy Drive
Tweed Heads NSW 2485
This unique Learning Site sits on the banks of Terranora Creek, looking towards the Tweed Estuary Nature Reserve, and offers many opportunities to explore the changing social history of the Tweed, alongside the environmental and historical significance of the Tweed River system.
The site features the atmospheric Boyds' Shed, a rare survivor from Tweed's vibrant fishing era. The Shed was first built by the Boyd family in 1907 and used by many generations as an operational fishing shed and an important social hub. The site also contains the relocated original Tweed Heads Courthouse and the surviving crew quarters from a working Drogher river boat.
Museum Education staff are able to work with you to develop a tailored visit for your students or group members.
If you would like to enquire about visiting the Tweed Heads Learning Site, please email email@example.com or phone the Museum on 02 6670 2493.
Tweed Heads Historical Society is still available for research queries. Please see our Historical Societies page for more details.
Services and Facilities
- Public toilets are located in Pioneer Park.
- Picnic facilities are available in Pioneer Park.
- Tweed Heads Learning Site has access ramps to all buildings and some internal accessible spaces.
- There is no wheelchair accessible toilet.
- There are no designated wheelchair accessible parking spaces.
For further details, please contact the Museum office on 02 6670 2493.
Transport and car parking
There is ample car parking within Pioneer Park, including bus parking.
For details on public transport options, please see the public transport page on Council's website.