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Currumbin Rock Pools

Currumbin Rock Pools

Type: Natural Attractions and National Parks

Located alongside Currumbin Creek Road, just a short 15-minute drive from the beaches of the Southern Gold Coast, take a dip and cool off at the Currumbin Rock Pools. The pools are suitable for all ages, with shallow sections perfect for the little ones as well as areas to enjoy a quiet picnic under the trees or visit the café conveniently located across the road.

Mount Cougal, Springbrook National Park

Mount Cougal, Springbrook National Park

Type: Natural Attractions and National Parks

Mount Cougal is a mountainous section of Springbrook National Park, which is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. Mount Cougal's twin peaks have a significant place in stories told by the Yugambeh people, who have inhabited the area's mountains and valleys for thousands of years. The park protects valuable wildlife habitat and a diverse range of animals. It is the most easterly known location of the Lamington spiny c

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