Looking to escape for the school holiday? Perhaps you want to take the opportunity to see the migrating humpback whales this spring?
Then head to the Gold Coast. There are lots to look forward to in the months ahead and our Currumbin Beach accommodation won’t disappoint if you want to relax near the beach and the best upcoming events and things to do.
Here at Isle of Palms, we offer fully self-contained townhouse accommodation surrounded by a peaceful, still-water lake. We’re five minutes’ drive from Currumbin Beach and offer a range of resort facilities – from two large outdoor swimming pools to two full-size tennis courts.
So, what to do on the Gold Coast this spring 2021? Let’s jump in.
Spring School Holiday Things to Do
There isn’t a better destination to head to when the school holidays come around. The Gold Coast boasts breath-taking beaches, world-class family attractions and enough activities, restaurants and parks to explore when it’s time to switch up the pace.
You’ve got Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Burleigh Head National Park, Currumbin Creek, David Fleay Wildlife Park, Putt Putt Mermaid Beach and more to choose from – all near our Currumbin accommodation.
Drive a little farther and you can also visit Surfers Paradise and the famous Gold Coast theme parks Dreamworld, Movie World and Wet’n’Wild Water Park. The kids? Well, you can be sure they won’t forget it.
Spring Gold Coast Events
What’s on this spring? Have a look!
SWELL Sculpture Festival 2021
Right around the corner is SWELL Sculpture Festival on Currumbin Beach. It’s free, offering large-scale sculptures to marvel at on the oceanside. Thought-provoking, inspiring and great fun to just stroll through and take in. There are also workshops and artist talks if you’re a budding sculptor yourself.
Get ready, as it comes for 10 days from September 10 to September 19.
Coolangatta Gold 2021
Also FREE. Ever experienced the Coolangatta Gold? It’s an iconic triathlon on Coolangatta Beach that measures a whopping 42km. But you don’t have to take part, thank goodness. Simply come on over to enjoy the atmosphere and soak up the action.
It’s going to last one full weekend, with a short 21km course to spectate on the side. So when is it? Mark your calendar for October 30 and October 31.
Whale Watching on the Gold Coast
If the above hasn’t got you excited yet, then this will. Whale watching season has officially arrived on the Gold Coast, so now’s the time to head over to catch the majestic humpback whales on their annual migration.
What’s your budget? You can book a whale watching tour for a guaranteed up-close sighting (Whales in Paradise, Spirit of Gold Coast, etc.) or you can see them for free from the coast. That’s right – pack your best pair of binoculars and park up at Tumgun Lookout Burleigh Head National Park, Burleigh Hill, Point Danger or The Spit Gold Coast. Catch some rays and keep your binoculars at the ready for a glimpse of the migrating humpbacks!
Currumbin Beach Accommodation at Isle of Palms Resort
Now you know all the best things to look forward to this spring, make sure you don’t miss out on our Palm Beach Gold Coast accommodation at Isle of Palms.
Set inside Pine Lake Elanora, minutes from Currumbin Beach and Palm Beach, our 2, 3 and 4 bedroom two-storey townhouses are the best way to feel at home on the Gold Coast. They’re fully self-contained with your choice of either a lakefront deck or a private garden.
On top of that, we also offer a full range of resort facilities: two large swimming pools, two spas, two full-size tennis courts, a kids games room, multiple barbecue areas, secure onsite parking and lots more.
Hoping to save? Then make sure to book directly with us to take advantage of our cheapest available rates. You can give us a call or simply book through our website.
Start planning now by just visiting Isle of Palms Currumbin Beach Accommodation.