Banora Point

Banora Point is a town located in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia in Tweed Shire. Together with Tweed Heads South and Terranora it had a combined population of 27,368 in 2001, including 21,457 (78.4%) Australian-born persons and 525 (1.9%) indigenous persons. In the 2016 census, Banora Point had a population of 16,167.[1].

Banora Point
New South Wales
Barneys Point Bridge over the Tweed River, 2017
Banora Point
Coordinates28°13′S 153°32′E
LGA(s)Tweed Shire
State electorate(s)Tweed
Federal Division(s)Richmond
Suburbs around Banora Point:
Bilambil Heights Tweed Heads South Tweed Heads South
Bilambil Heights Banora Point Fingal Head
Terranora Chinderah Fingal Head

The eastern boundary is aligned with the Tweed River. There is a golf course in its centre and several islands along the river. The Pacific Motorway passes through the eastern parts. The town is largely suburban although it has also become a hub for small businesses with a growing industrial estate and shopping precincts. A number of schools, both public and Catholic, are also situated in the region. Demographically, families and retirees account for much of its growing population.

See also


  1. "2016 Census QuickStats: Banora Point". Retrieved 8 November 2017.

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