The Tweed Valley Adventist College is situated 4km from the town centre of Murwillumbah in the beautiful Tweed Valley Region of New South Wales. Murwillumbah, 850km north of Sydney, is fast becoming one of the premier seachange-treechange destinations in Australia.
Originally home to the indigenous Bundjalung tribe, European settlement came in the 19th century, with the name Murwillumbah being first noted by pioneer settler Joshua Bray following a suggestion by Jonathon Harris and was the aboriginal name of the tribal lands between what is now the Tweed and Rous Rivers.
Today Murwillumbah is thriving. It boasts a wonderful climate, is 15 minutes to a number of pristine beaches, 20 minutes to a busy domestic and international airport, is surrounded by world heritage-listed national parks and is one of the most affordable places to live between Melbourne/Sydney and Brisbane.
Come and visit our beautiful rural campus with exceptional facilities.