About Fingal Head
Fingal Head, sometimes known simply as Fingal, consists of a narrow spit of land that lies between the Tweed River estuary and the ocean, a rocky headland and an offshore island. The northern tip of Fingal Head forms the south head of the mouth of the Tweed River and a single road runs south down Letitia Spit. Today Fingal Head has become a relatively quiet holiday resort south of the bustle of the Gold Coast. It is noted for holiday activities - boating, rock fishing and surf fishing, golfing, swimming, tennis and surfing. It has even escaped from the development which has occurred to the south at Kingscliff and Salt. Fingal Head lies one kilometre south of New South Wales border. It is 816 km from Sydney via the Pacific Highway and 110 km south east of Brisbane via the Pacific Motorway.