Strap yourselves in and get ready to experience all the adrenalin-pumping action the Southern Gold Coast has to offer. Ride world class surfing breaks, or view them from a 12,000 foot freefall. Walk, ride, skate or BMX through trails and off-road tracks, or take the ultimate plunge to explore our offshore reefs and marine life.
If you’re after adventure without the level of extreme, there is still plenty on offer across the Southern Gold Coast to keep you occupied. The Currumbin Valley opens up a relatively untouched world to explore – with everything from rock slides to mountaintop views; and the beachfront stretch offers plenty of space for a variety of activities; while Coolangatta’s famous nightlife will take you to the other end of the spectrum, with plenty of restaurants, pubs and clubs, bars and live entertainment for a great night out.
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If you’re looking for action on the water, then the Southern Gold Coast is the place for it – from surfing to standup paddle boarding, fishing, boating and kayaking. There’s plenty of action under the water too, with offshore reefs to explore by snorkeling or diving.
The Southern Gold Coast is a surfing mecca, with some of the best point breaks in Australia, and home to the Quiksilver & Roxy Pros. World-famous surf breaks at Kirra and Snapper Rocks draw plenty of keen surfers year round, although there are consistent waves to be found all the way from Currumbin to Rainbow Bay for all skill levels.
Surf Life Saving is extremely popular, and eight of the Point Danger Branch Surf Clubs are within the SGC region.
Everyone from nippers to state and national champions takes to the beaches regularly for a variety of activities including surf boats, surf skiing and paddling. State and National Surf Life Saving Titles are often held on the Southern Gold Coast, and there is a growing list of events incorporating water sports coming to our shores.
Southern Gold Coast beaches and waterways are also perfect for swimming, body boarding, standup paddle boarding, wind surfing, kayaking and fishing; and the Currumbin Estuary and river mouth has a boating channel monitored by the Volunteer Marine Rescue situated on the hill behind the Currumbin Alley. Jet skis are also permitted in certain areas, however it is important to abide by the local laws and operate jet skis safely.
4km or 8knm downstream kayak tour of Currumbin Creek with a tour guide. Highlightling the natural wonders of Currumbin including meetings with such animals as: koalas, cockatoos, lorikeets, kingfishers, fruitbats and Currumbin's famous Ospreys.
Meet at the Boatshed and depart for tour from Wendts Bridge, Galleon Way, Currumbin Creek. Free vehicle transfer is included in price.
Tours require a minimum of 6 people and maximum of 20.
Phone The Boatshed 0755 250 338 for more information.
4km tour cost: $44 per person
8km tour cost: $65 per person