The Gold Coast is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Australia. Whether you are visiting for a weekend or a week, there is no shortage of activities to do. From the golden sand beaches and famous surf breaks to the rainforest and waterfalls. The glitz and glamour of Surfers Paradise to the many theme parks that the Gold Coast is famous for. There is so much to see and explore.
Rainforest at Springbrook National Park
Don’t forget to swim between the red and yellow flags where the beaches are patrolled by lifeguards.
Heart shaped rock pools on the Gold Coast Hinterland. The return hike to the car park is about 25-30 minutes straight up hill and a good degree of fitness is required.
The road to Springbrook National Park
Welcome to Surfers Paradise
Winter on the Gold Coast brings clear skies and warm days.
O’Reilly’s in the Lamington National Park
Explore the natural beauty of Purlingbrook Falls in Springbrook National Park a 2-3 hour loop circuit to the bottom of the waterfalls.
Surfers Paradise Beach
Locals exercise along the beachfront paths early in the morning to avoid the midday heat.
My local beach at North Burleigh on a cool winter morning.
Curtis Falls at Mount Tambourine
Snapper Rocks is home to some of the worlds best surfers
View of Surfers Paradise from Nobby’s Beach.
Don’t you wish you could wake up to this view everyday.
Surfers Paradise skyline from Evandale Park behind the Gold Coast Arts Centre.
Mt Cougal National Park
View of Surfers Paradise from North Burleigh Hill
Surfers Paradise sunrise
Summer storm over Surfers Paradise
Some of the best waves in the world at the super bank at Snapper Rocks