If the stunning view from Tweed Regional Gallery is anything to go by, Murwillumbah is an amazing place to get your art fix.
And there's no better time to go there than this autumn. Murwillumbah Art Trail is back for its fourth year, turning the town into a gallery itself to celebrate the best of the region's art and artists. This year the event responds to the 2017 flood, which devastated the town and left hundreds homeless, with the theme Moving On.
Visual art, performance, sculpture, film and dance will be shown and staged in interesting places, turning the town into an enormous gallery for the ten-day event.
It will be a celebration of the community's resilience and generosity in the wake of the disaster, too. The ability of art to heal will be reflected in pop-up galleries, street events, a sculpture park, interactive workshops and, of course, brilliant local food and wine.