East: 153° 17″ 17´, South 28° 53″ 58´ (Mt Warning).
Spanning the New South Wales and Queensland state borders, the area is located in the far north eastern corner of the state of New South Wales (NSW), with the state of Queensland (QLD) immediately to the north.
The region is often referred to relative to its location within the state of NSW as “the far north coast”, “Northern Rivers” or simply “the North Coast”.
The Queensland side of the border maybe referred to as “the Gold Coast”, “Gold Coast hinterland” or “south east Queensland”, which is often used in weather and government references, but less frequently in daily use.
The Southern Gold Coast (QLD) suburb of Coolangatta, and Tweed Valley (NSW) town of Tweed Heads are often referred to as the “Twin Towns”. At Point Danger you can stand astride the state border and during Summer, enjoy a one hour time warp, thanks to the observance in NSW (and lack in QLD), of daylight saving time.
The region is easy to get to and well served by plane, road and train services.
Excerpt from Big Volcano Visitor Guide – About this Region – Place.