Stay at a Resort in Gold Coast and Experience Its Hidden Beauty
Category: Blog Written by : Phoenician Resort
Do you know there are lots of places yet to explore in Queensland? Unexpected surprises may pop-out from even known locations that can leave you spellbound. If you want to be the usual traveller, then visiting the popular places is all that you can do. But if you want to taste a different Gold Coast, get away from these busy travel tourist spots and seek for places that are not mush visited.
Here are a few popular places you can check out, then make a way to some new locations that give you a chance to see more than the known ones in the list.
Burleigh Head National Park & Tallebudgera Creek
This is a strip of land in the heart of the Gold Coast, which you just cannot miss. The rocky shore and the rainforest reveal the beauty to the travellers. If you are visiting Burleigh Park in spring, there are chances to see sea whales. There is yet another bird that will catch your eyes and that is sea-eagle, soaring along the coast.
Now that you have already seen the National Park like the rest of the travellers, make way for Tallebudgera Creek. If you want to experience the sea, then this creek is for you. Swim peacefully, go for fishing or engage in windsurfing – this creek is meant for vacation. The blue turquoise water and white sand make this spot charming. This is one of the hidden gems of Gold Coast yet to gain attention.
Currumbin Valley & Cougal Cascades
If you are living at a resort in Gold Coast, Currumbin Valley is a destination that you can enjoy. It is located in Broadbeach and covers over 27 hectares of landscaped bushland. The wildlife sanctuary houses more than 1400 mammals, reptiles and birds. It is a treat to the nature lovers. There are a number of interactive and exciting presentations and displays you can experience.
If you are done with Currumbin Valley, take Exit 93 and drive towards Mt Cougal Section of the Springbrook National Park to experience the enchanting aura of Cougal Cascades. The walk to the saw mill will take you back to 1940’s. Explore through the creeks and watch the cascade from the small viewing platform. This is yet another impressive destination for travel enthusiasts in Gold Coast.
Springbrook National Park – Best of All Lookout
Springbrook National Park gives you an opportunity to submerge into the beauty of Nature. The exquisite beaches, national parks and wild sanctuaries make this park attractive in Gold Coast. It is based over the remnant of a volcano and the amazing flora and fauna is bound to amaze you.
Best of All Lookout, may sound an unusual name for a tourist spot, but the scenic view it offers is usual and breathtaking indeed. Located over the Numinbah Nature Reserve valley, this tower presents you the beautiful Gold Coast Hinterland.
So, if you are planning a holiday this time in Queensland, experience the stunning splendour of Gold Coast in an all new way.