Spring is not far off now, and that means rising temperatures and the perfect time to head to the beach! At Isle of Palms Resort, you can enjoy a picturesque location that’s near the beautiful Palm Beach, one of the Southern Gold Coast’s most prized white beaches. We offer inviting townhouse Elanora resort accommodation tucked away inside Pine Lake, which offers a peaceful location away from the traffic yet still footsteps away from the beach!
This spring, welcome it the right way by treating your partner or family to a memorable break on the Southern Gold Coast. As well as Palm Beach, you can enjoy a number of fantastic locations just moments away from Isle of Palms Resort, which include Currumbin Creek, Burleigh Heads, Broadbeach, and more. Currumbin Creek is a picturesque spot where you can kayak and fish; at Burleigh Heads, savour the beachfront then head to Burleigh Head National Park; and if you’re looking for exciting live entertainment, head to Broadbeach, which is home of The Star Gold Coast.
From Currumbin onwards, the Southern Gold Coast offers a whole host of picturesque beaches to explore – each with their own unique atmosphere and scenery to discover. These include Tugun Beach, Bilinga Beach, Kirra Beach, Coolangatta Beach, Rainbow Bay, and Snapper Rocks. Tugun Beach, Bilinga Beach, and Kirra Beach form one long stretch of pristine golden sand; Coolangatta Beach and Rainbow Bay are popular for their intimate beachfronts; and Snapper Rocks is the ultimate location for those that are looking to surf.
For wildlife exploration this spring, the Southern Gold Coast is home to two family-friendly wildlife parks: Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary in Currumbin and David Fleay Wildlife Park in Burleigh Heads. See a number of friendly indigenous species which you can meet with up close, and enjoy exciting wildlife shows that take place daily.
There’s lots to explore on the Southern Gold Coast!
Start planning something special this spring with Isle of Palms Resort. For more information on what we have to offer just visit https://isleofpalms.etourism.net.au/