1. Watch the Seagulls swoop on the Devils

HEAD to Piggabeen Sports Complex on Sunday for a Tweed Heads Seagulls v Norths Devils hospital benefit game, accompanied by the Tooheys New Crew returning the 'gulls renovated clubhouse. It's also rumoured The Footy Show may make an appearance during the televised game.

Piggabeen Sports complex is located at Carramar Road, Tweed Heads West. The game will kick off at 2pm.

2. Visit Octopus' Garden Festival for seafood

THE Octopus's Garden Festival On the Tweed is on Sunday at the Tweed Marina, 4 River Tce, Tweed Heads, to the park at Kennedy Dr.

Fresh seafood from the trawlers will be on sale and buskers will be playing on the river bank and at venues.

Those who come along can enjoy river cruises, cooking shows, crab shows, houseboats to walk through and much more.

Visit facebook.com/OctopussGardenFestival for more information.

3. Let your inner Federer out at tennis day

AN open day will be held at Kingscliff Tennis Club courts, in Viking St, Kingscliff on Sundayfrom 10am to 3pm.

There will be fun for the family including non-players, with a sausage sizzle, face painting, cake stall and more.

You never know - maybe you're a tennis prodigy waiting to be released. Call the club on 07 5523 2742.

4. Regent to screen reel magic

GRAB some popcorn, a cold drink and put your feet up at Murwillumbah's Regent Theatre this weekend.The art-deco independent cinema is screening movies such as Epic, Ping Pong and We Steal Secrets and also offers non-mainstream films.

The Regent is at 5 Brisbane St, Murwillumbah. Phone 02 6672 8265.

5. Antiques fair puts age in good light

THE 15th Tweed Antiques & Collectables Fair will be held Saturday and Sunday at the Tweed Heads Civic Centre, cnr Brett and Wharf streets. Entry is $5 and the fair is open from 9am to 5pm. Call 07 5524 8531.

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