If you’re feeling a little weary, reset your soul with a trip to the Coast. We’ve pulled together five ways to let go of the day to day hustle to replenish your energy. Recharge with us and return home with a spring in your step.
Block out all of the worlds distractions and let the tension subside. Hop into an undisturbed private pod of salt water at Freedom Float Centre to literally feel the weight lifted off of you. Sensory deprivation never felt so good.
LET THE STRESS FALL AWAY
Pick your favourite Spotify playlist, grab some road trip nibbles, and in under an hour you’ll be standing before a serene waterfall. The only spring-fed waterfall in Mount Tamborine, Curtis Falls is so easy to get to you’ll be surprised you hadn’t done it before. You can even let someone else plan the day and drive for you with Southern Cross Tours.
It never ceases to amaze that you can still be the only one on a large stretch of beach at any point in time on the Gold Coast. As popular as our shores are, there are always pockets available to take in the beauty and vastness of the sea before you, without interruption. Consciously take in the positive ions. You’ll be pleased that you did.
CLEAN AND GREEN
Completely zone out and recharge with impeccable nutrition, and a good dose of nature in the Gold Coast Hinterland. A total ban on all things digital and toxic means you know you’ll feel good after at stay at Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat. Can’t argue with nature.
Veg out– verb. To relax in a mindless way. To lay like vegetables. What a great idea. Here’s a few of the best day spa’s to do just that.
Breathe in the essential oils and drift away from (totally relevant) first-world problems.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY
Destination Gold Coast acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region.
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout Southeast Queensland.