Explore the Gold Coast by going on a full-day hiking and kayaking tour! It’s a jam-packed day of outdoor activities along the Gold Coast that will be full of adventure and fun.
The day starts with a complimentary breakfast before you head to Burleigh Heads National Park. At the park, you will have a 45-minute guided bushwalk through the park. You will walk amongst stunning flora and fauna whilst enjoying incredible ocean views.
At the end of the bushwalk, there will be kayaks ready for your departure to go to peaceful and beautiful mangrove landscapes of Tallebudgera Creek. This is a popular fishing spot which runs from the Springbrook Plateau through the slopes of the Burleigh Heads National Park and out to the Pacific Ocean. You will experience wonderful landscapes and incredible views on this 60-minute kayaking session. You will also be provided with fishing gear if you’d like to try your hand at fishing.
At the end of the kayak tour, you will be enjoying complimentary morning tea before heading on towards Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Here, you will see the Gold Coast’s most popular wildlife sanctuaries located within lush eucalyptus trees and rainforest. Currumbin has interactive displays, presentations as well as wildlife encounters to both give you entertainment and education. You can cuddle a koala, get up close to a crocodile and even hand-feed some kangaroos whilst at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.
If you’re still looking for Burleigh Heads Beachfront Accommodation, 2nd Avenue Beachside Apartments are a great choice as your next holiday address. Our Beachfront Apartments Burleigh Heads feature wrap-around balconies, fresh ocean breezes and gorgeous beach views. The interiors are comfortable and modern that has all the amenities you need for your best getaway yet. Our apartments range from one bedroom apartments to 3 bedroom sub penthouse apartments and to four bedroom penthouse apartments.
For booking information, please visit http://2ndavenue.etourism.net.au/
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