An impressive white Queenslander homestead overlooks the Tweed River amongst palm trees and well-manicured gardens. It was originally a home constructed in 1907 and since 1969, has undergone many transformations. Known as Tweed River House, it was purchased in 2021 by the current owners and opened to the public as a fine dining restaurant in October, last year.
A must do dining experience in Tweed Shire
Taking us on a tour around this incredible venue, is Executive Chef Joseph McGrattan. He explains that co-owner Gregory Lording had envisioned an elegant dining experience in the Tweed Shire region as a must do destination. Inspired by his travels around the globe, he wanted to create a restaurant with interiors inspired by Singapore’s grand old restaurants, particularly from the Raffles era.