If you happen to be in Murwillumbah on Saturday 18 May 2019 then this is where you can find just the right Tweed Foodie Festival accommodation for you. Stay close to the action at the Murwillumbah Motor Inn in central Murwillumbah. Tweed producers and restaurants showcase the best of local seasonal ingredients with market style street stalls and events. It’s a rare opportunity to sample the spectrum of produce from the rich volcanic soils of the caldera and the bounty of the Pacific Ocean all in one exciting place.
At the Murwillumbah Motor Inn you can bring the whole gang, or the tribe. We have all the accommodation options covered for you. Whether you are travelling solo, as a couple, family or group, we can arrange a bedding configuration to suit you in our clean and modern studios and apartments. Every abode comes with television and Foxtel, an iPod dock, and a light cooking setup that includes a microwave oven, refrigerator, a toaster and kettle for tea and coffee making.
Come a day earlier and join the Murwillumbah Art Trail. Murwillumbah becomes the venue for art, performance, sculpture, film, projection art, dance and workshops as the region’s art and artists are celebrated. The Murwillumbah Art Trail is the opening day for ‘Moving On’, a ten-day event that invites responses from artists and the community to examine what this might mean in relation to the catastrophic flood in early 2017. There will be pop-up galleries, street events, a sculpture park, interactive events, and inspired performance pieces.
Even if you can’t come to the Tweed Foodie Festival, a trip to Murwillumbah will not disappoint, there are still plenty of other treats to enjoy; visual, visceral and culinary. Our Tweed Foodie Festival accommodation will keep for the next year. Stay close to the action at the Murwillumbah Motor Inn in central Murwillumbah. Book now.