The Gold Coast is home to some of Queensland’s most beautiful national parks that draw in tourists and even locals for fun recreation, peaceful walks, family bonding, and exciting wildlife exploration no matter what the season is. If you’re plotting a Gold Coast getaway any time soon, don’t miss out on these national treasures.
Burleigh National Park is a popular spot for tourists who have just spent the day swimming and surfing at the nearby beach. Discover every kind of Australian wildlife at this park, as well as its many tracks and rocky paths that make for an interesting experience. Bring a picnic along and find a peaceful, shady spot to admire the park’s beauty.
Springbrook National Park offers visitors 6,725 acres of national beauty. This park has it all from mountain walks, exciting hikes, caves, unique forestry, streams, creeks - you name it. Within the park you can challenge yourself to find the spectacular Purling Brook waterfall. Fitness enthusiasts and adventurers will appreciate this natural wonder as well as bathing in its freshwater pool.
Lamington National Park is also known as ‘Queensland’s National Park’, and this is due to its 20,200 hectares of lush wildlife and forest that’s also home to hundreds of species of Australian wildlife - an adventurer’s dream. It’s a national park that’s well worth exploring and witnessing here on the Gold Coast.
For adventurous picnics and memorably family exploration this Summer our Elanora resort accommodation on the Gold Coast puts you in a convenient location to enjoy these stunning Queensland national parks. Relax in a unique location on the Gold Coast that offers spacious and complete holiday townhouses that sit within a beautiful lake and put you within walking distance to two great Southern Gold Coast beaches. Find your home on the Gold Coast this Summer at Isle of Palms Palm Beach apartment accommodation.
Choose our luxury townhouse accommodation near many great beaches and national parks for your family’s enjoyment, just visit http://isleofpalms.etourism.net.au/
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