Tumbulgum, New South Wales, sits at the heart of the Tweed Shire’s North East Hinterland. Located at the confluence of the Tweed and Rous (North Arm) Rivers, with iconic Wollumbin Mt Warning clearly visible, Tumbulgum is reputed to be the most picturesque of the rural villages.
Tumbulgum is predominantly a rural area which includes the small historic, riverside village of Tumbulgum. Rural land is used largely for agriculture, particularly sugar cane growing, cattle grazing and crop growing. The population of this region was 2,784 people (2011) of which 383 live in the village of Tumbulgum.