Coolangatta and its surrounds offers nature
based, rural experiences with five world
heritage listed national parks. Abundant
bird life and sub tropical vegetation, state
forests, kilometres of unspoilt, clean
beaches, rivers and lakes abundant in bird
and marine life, wetlands and crystal clear
streams, marine reserves and offshore
natural resources combined with a sub
tropical climate with year round mild
temperatures all in close proximity to the
tours, attractions and theme parks of the Gold
A wide range of cuisines, sunny days, warm
evenings and short walking distances to most
Coolangatta a cosmopolitan
atmosphere day and night. There are a number
of bars and clubs around Coolangatta which
makes it a lively nightlife centre.
Coolangatta offers a wonderful patrolled
beach with some excellent surfing spots.
Some great areas for surfing include
Greenmount and Kirra.
Coolangatta offers a number of
shops which you can wander around during a
sunny day. The Showcase Shopping Centre is
situated along Marine Parade, offering
beachfront shopping. The Coolangatta Market
is another place to go to pick up some
bargains and fantastic gifts.
There is plenty of accommodation around
backpackers hostels to
motels & hotels, self contained
all ranging in price. Many are situated
along Marine Parade overlooking the beach.
Getting around is also easy with buses
travelling along the coast, and the nearby
Gold Coast Airport bringing in internal
flights from various locations around
Coolangatta and its immediate neighbouring
Tweed Heads in New South Wales
have a shared economy. The Tweed River
supports a thriving fishing fleet, and the
seafood is a local specialty offered in the
restaurants and clubs of the holiday and
retirement region on both sides of the state
It can truly be said that Coolangatta stands
between civilisation and the wilderness.
Staying here, you can enjoy a Gold Coast
stay, the beaches and the nightclubs, the
rainforests and the retail therapy, all in
the same day if you've got the energy!
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