Swim in the peaceful turquoise waters and bask in the sunshine on white sands, at one of the Gold Coast’s best natural beauty spots, Tallebudgera Creek.
Take a walk back in time to an old 1940’s saw mill underneath the commanding Mount Cougal. Explore the creek which flows into rock pools created from the force of the water over thousands of years.
The little creek known as Purling Brook in Springwood, peacefully winds its way under roads and over rocks before finding itself in a terrifying 100m drop off the mountain, into the valley below.
Wander the tranquil forest floor, below tall piccabeen palms and strangler fig trees and discover why this special area became Queensland’s first National Park.
The feel of an English country garden, hugged by a subtropical rainforest.
The name doesn’t lie. This lookout, perched on the edge of the border between QLD and NSW, is dizzyingly spectacular.
A true hidden gem of Springbrook. It’s one of the few stroller and wheelchair friendly attractions, with a spectacular view just 100m from the car park.
Forget everything you know about bush walking. Curtis falls is an easy walk, for one of the best waterfall views on the Gold Coast.