Salt Village Central, Bells Boulevard, South Kingscliff, NSW 2487   


Travel and Movement within NSW
Salt Village Visitors from Queensland
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Travel and Movement within NSW –

From 1st June 2020, travel restrictions preventing regional recreational and holiday travel within all parts of NSW, including Salt Village at Kingscliff, will be lifted.

The NSW Government has also announced, that from 1 June 2020, pubs, including Salt Village’s Salt Bar Beach Bar & Bistro, as well as Salt Village’s cafes, food outlets and restaurants, will be permitted, subject to COVID-19 regulations, to serve up to 50 patrons at a time.

Salt Village encourages and supports social distancing and other COVID-19 prevention. Before visiting Salt Village, please refer to the latest travel and COVID-19 restrictions updates issued by the NSW Government at –


Salt Village Visitors from Queensland –

Although Salt Village visitors from Queensland, who are Queensland Residents, are exempt from restricted entry back into Queensland, such visitors should first consult the current Queensland Government Regulations concerning COVID-19 travel restrictions before travelling to Salt Village –

  1. The Home Confinement, Movement and Gathering Direction of the Government –
  2. The Queensland Government Border Crossing Information Webpage –




Which Salt Village restaurants are open?

  • Salt Bar: (02) 8322 2085
  • The French Patisserie: (02) 6674 1356
  • Saltbean Espresso: (02) 6674 1590
  • Salt Village Fish & Chips: (02) 6674 8844
  • Mahsuri Thai: (02) 6674 2022
  • Piccolo Gelato: (02) 6674 8131
  • La Barrita Mexican Cantina: (02) 6674 8487
  • Bombay Cricketers Club: (02) 6674 1033
  • Fins Restaurant: (02) 6674 4833
  • Sea Salt Italian Ristorante: (02) 6674 3613

Bookings are essential to comply with restrictions.



Holiday travel restrictions to be lifted from 1 June 2020

NSW residents will be able to take a holiday anywhere in NSW from next month, with intra-state travel restrictions to be lifted from Monday 1 June 2020.

Travel lift for Queensland and New South Wales – June 1

From 1 June, travel restrictions will change in NSW.

Queensland: How to apply for a Queensland Entry Pass

If you are a Queensland resident, you can apply for a Border Entry Pass for when you return home from New South Wales.

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