Gold Coast Hikes and Scenic Walks
Blessed with more than 100,000 of World Heritage Listed rainforest, stunning mountains, and of course, plenty of long, golden beaches, the Gold Coast is a haven for anyone who loves to get out and explore by foot. Here are some of the best local walks we recommend you check out during your stay at our Surfers Paradise holiday rentals, all within easy driving distance of our properties.
Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk
This one and a half kilometre walking experience is designed to showcase the pristine beauty of the Queensland rainforest in a unique and exciting way. The steel structured Skywalk Bridge takes you on a journey through ancient towering trees, above crystal clear rock pools and waterfalls. It can be completed in 45 minutes at a leisurely pace. Don’t forget to check it out for yourself during your stay at our holiday rentals Gold Coast
Coomera Circuit, Lamington National Park
Located in the Binna Burra section of Lamington National Park, not far from our Surfers Paradise holiday rentals this popular circuit passes through some of the park’s most spectacular stretches of subtropical rainforest. Running alongside the stunning Commera Gorge, the circuit crosses the river several times and features stunning views at every turn.
Gold Coast Oceanway
Some locals don’t even know about this network of boardwalks and pathways, which are known collectively as the Gold Coast Oceanway, and connect The Spit on the northern Gold Coast to Point Danger in the south. With fresh ocean breezes, fantastic sea views, and opportunities to spot dolphins and whales, this is one of the best ways to explore the Gold Coast by foot during your stay at our Gold Coast holiday rentals.
Book your stay at one of our Surfers Paradise holiday rentals now and start planning your break today!