This once sleepy seaside village is now considered a hip and happening suburb that blends natural beauty with urban cool. But the laid back vibes and coastal character are still strong in this neck of the woods. Palm Beach has become a dining destination and you'll find foodies trawling the local farmers markets on a Saturday morning, and enjoying long lunches or lively dinners at the numerous cafes, bars and restaurants scattered throughout the suburb.
Bordered by Tallebudgera Creek to the north, Currumbin Creek to the south, the ocean to the east and canals flowing throughout the suburb, life here is intrinsically connected to the water. Surfing, boating, fishing, beach walks and paddleboarding are preferred past times in Palm Beach. Be sure to visit the Palm Beach Parklands where you'll find an amazing pirate-themed playground, a calm lagoon, beautiful walking tracks and a convenient cafe - an ideal spot to spend a morning or afternoon.