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O'Reilly's Tree Top Walk

O'Reilly's Tree Top Walk

Type: Natural Attractions and National Parks

O'Reilly's Tree Top Walk allows you to walk through a canopy of flowering and fruiting trees covered by vines whilst you explore the epiphytic orchids and ferns surrounded by the many birds and animals that inhabit the tree tops. The Tree Top Walk, was the first of its kind in Australia, is 180 metres in length and is made up of nine suspension bridges, with much of the walkway being 15 metres above the ground. Profiles depicting the rainforest

Numinbah Section, Springbrook National Park

Numinbah Section, Springbrook National Park

Type: Natural Attractions and National Parks

Located in the foothills of the famously beautiful south-east Queensland’s Border Ranges, the Numinbah section of Springbrook National Park protects a range of plants and animals, and sparkling waterways. Rugged mountain scenery makes this a superb area for photography. Take time to relax and unwind. On the banks of the Nerang River and shaded by forest, the day-use area is a perfect spot for a barbecue or picnic (sheltered tables and toilets pro

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Tamborine Mountain Glow Worm Caves

Tamborine Mountain Glow Worm Caves

Type: Natural Attractions and National Parks

Tamborine Mountain Glow Worm Caves are located at Cedar Creek Estate. Come underground on a journey through the spectacular purpose-built Glow Worm cave! The cave consist of two large chambers interlinked by tunnels. The first chamber is the "presentation cave", where you will be shown an audiovisual display on glow-worms. This chamber is complete with very realistic formations (speleothems), such as stalagmites and stalactites, water features

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Hinze Dam

Hinze Dam

Type: Natural Attractions and National Parks

South East Queensland's AUD395 Million Hinze Dam was originally constructed in 1976, later raised 15 metres in 1989 and recently upgraded in 2011. The large embankment and un-gated spillway across the Nerang River provides water security and flood mitigation to the Gold Coast. The catchment area of 207 square kilometres includes the Numinbah Valley and Springbrook Plateau, which pools into a 3700 acre reservoir called Advancetown Lake. This lak

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Burleigh Head National Park

Burleigh Head National Park

Type: Natural Attractions and National Parks

A wild, natural headland in the heart of the Gold Coast offers walks along the rocky foreshore and through rainforest, and the chance to see whales in spring and sea-eagles soaring along the coast. At Burleigh Head, where ancient volcanic columns meet the sea, this park features rainforest, eucalypt forest, pandanus groves, tussock grassland, coastal heath and mangroves. Its northern side is one of Australia's most famous surfing point breaks. W

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Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens

Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens

Type: Natural Attractions and National Parks

Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens are a green oasis in the heart of the city. The Gardens are a short 10 minute drive from central Surfers Paradise and are set on 31 hectares of parkland and lakes. There's an experience for everyone - explore our native ecosystems along the Mangroves to Mountains trail, follow the historic journeys of the Yugambeh people in the Story of their Country garden, smell the roses in the Rose Garden, visit the Butte

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Mount Bithongabel

Mount Bithongabel

Type: Natural Attractions and National Parks

Lamington National Park boasts extensive walking tracks along the McPherson Range, which allow visitors to explore the area's forests, creeks and waterfalls. Dramatic lookouts afford views over the Gold Coast, south-east Queensland and northern New South Wales. Lamington is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, which includes the most extensive areas of subtropical rainforest in the world. As the Border Track to Mou

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Gold Coast Oceanway

Gold Coast Oceanway

Type: Natural Attractions and National Parks

Even die-hard Gold Coast fans may not realise this but there is an official section of the coast known as the Gold Coast Oceanway, a 36-kilometre network of pathways which connects The Spit at the north to Point Danger in the south. This innovative initiative is actually a series of sections which range up to four kilometres long and are popular with walkers and cyclists. There's accessible viewing platforms for people with disabilities and the

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Pat Fagan Park

Pat Fagan Park

Type: Natural Attractions and National Parks

Pat Fagan Park is a beautiful beachside park at the southern end of the Gold Coast, boasting views all the way to Surfers Paradise. It features a great drive up car park and walkway and is also a very popular wedding ceremony location with green leafy tree surrounds. The beautiful Coolangatta beach is just steps away for great photo opportunities.

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