Back Channel, Tweed River, 1923 Entrance to the Tweed River where the river channels inland. Hills and possibly a hotel can be seen in the background. A group of people are walking towards the town.
Crowds at the boundary between Queensland and New South Wales, ca. 1915 Crowds gathered on both sides of the fence, possibly to mark the official declaration of the boundary.
Tweed River, looking towards Tweed Heads and Point Danger, ca. 1903. A view from the banks of the Tweed River, looking towards Point Danger.
Bodys Bay Ferry under water after an accident A ten ton truck carrying axe and tool handles(?) crashed through the end of the ferry and tipped the ferry over. An emergency ferry was bought down from Murwillumb... More
Looking towards the settlement of Tweed Heads, possibly Wharf Street, 1916. Panoramic view of the town of Tweed Heads, with its bridge and river in the background.
Motor grid across the New South Wales - Queensland border, Tweed Heads, 1924 Newly constructed motor grid across the N.S.W. - Queensland border at Tweed Heads. (Simpson, Bell, and Co.) (Description supplied wi... More
Photographer: Unidentified Location: Tweed Heads, Australia Date: 1906-1910 Description: Part of the Shell Series of Queensland Postcards The Border Fence in this postcard marks the southern border of the Stat... More
Fisherman displaying his catch, Tweed Heads, ca. 1950 The fisherman has been fishing from the rocks and has two hands full of fish. He has his fishing rod propped against him and a fishing basket at his feet.
Border Fence at Tweed Heads, New South Wales The Border Fence in this postcard marks the southern border of the State of Queensland and the Northern border of New South Wales. Tweed Heads is on the eastern coas... More
Border between New South Wales and Queensland, looking east to the coast. Inscription under photograph reads, ' Coolangatta Qld on left. Buffer area & N.S.W. Tweed Heads on right. (Description supplied with photograph.).
Notable personalities of Tweed Heads, 1900 Front row: G. Wells Snr., H. Dodds, Ted McMillan (noted early coach driver). Back row: Thomas Graham (grandson of T. Boyd), unidentified, G. Wells Jnr., Joseph Villico... More
Arrival of an Avro 504 at Tweed Heads beach, 1920 Crowds are gathered around the Avro bi-plane on the beach. In the background houses are scattered at the foot of the hills.
View of Tweed Heads from Razorback, 1926 In the foreground is Caen Brea a notable Tweed Heads residence. The house was built by the Morley Family circa 1922. (Description supplied with photograph).
Tweed Heads, showing Dividing Fence, ca. 1904 Tweed Heads, showing Dividing Fence. E. H. Murray, Brisbane. (Description supplied with the photograph).
Tweed Heads from Old Custom House, ca. 1904 Tweed Heads from Old Custom House. E. H. Murray, Brisbane. (Description supplied with the photograph).
Boyd's Bay, Tweed Heads, ca. 1932 Caption under photograph: Boyd's Bay, Tweed Heads. C. H. O'Connor. Tweed Heads No.1. Photographic studio: Rose Stereograph Co., Armadale, Victoria.
Tweed Heads looking from Greenmount, ca. 1910 Fishermen tending a boat on the beach. Possibly buildings in Wharf Street in the background.
State boundary between Coolangatta and Tweed Heads, 1926 View of both sides of the state boundary with Coolangatta on the left and Buffer area and Tweed Heads on the right. Queensland Hotel is also in the background.
Bait shed on the Tweed River, ca. 1925 A hut on the edge of the river with a sign Bait written on its roof. A white fence is seen leading to the hut.
Panoramic view of Tweed River and Tweed Heads, 1905 Partial view of Tweed River and Tweed Heads with Wharf Street, the jetty, the shops and the bridge in the background.
Pandanus palm at a beach, Tweed Heads, 1905. Beach scene where a well-dressed family of five are posing on boulders near a pandanus palm.
Border Gates between Coolangatta and Tweed Heads, 1943 White gates of the Dividing Fence between Queensland and New South Wales. There are houses behind the fence. Below the photo is the description: Border Gat... More
View of Tweed Heads from Razorback, 1926 In the foreground is Caen Brea a notable Tweed Heads residence. The house was built by the Morley Family circa 1922.
Looking west from Razorback Hill, Tweed Heads, ca. 1932 View of Terranora inlet, west of Razorback Hill (Description supplied with photograph.).
Road to Cobaki, Tweed Heads, ca. 1932 This image shows the road to Cobaki with the Morley residence at top right. (Description supplied with photograph.).
View of Tweed Heads from Razorback, ca. 1932 Looking towards Fingal and Cook Island from Boyd's Bay. (Description supplied with photograph.).
Steam boat and tug at the Tweed River Bar, New South Wales, ca. 1912 The Terrawora, a tug boat, has a line attached to a steam ship near the Tweed River bar. (Description supplied with photograph).
Tweed Heads, New South Wales, ca. 1911. This view of Tweed Heads shows a small town with a beach in the foreground and the Tweed River in the background.
Tweed River mouth, ca. 1900 A view from Banora Point to Cook Island, 1900-1910. (Description supplied with photograph.) This image shows the lower reaches of the Tweed River.
Wreck of the Orara at Point Danger, ca. 1901. SS Orara (ship, 1898), a 298-ton wooden screw steamer, built in 1898 and wrecked wrecked on the Tweed bar on 16 February 1899.