Best Walks of the Southern Gold Coast

The Southern end of the Gold Coast is home to a huge array of natural treasures, beautiful flora and exciting fauna and the best way to see them is to get your walking shoes on and get amongst it. If you’re looking for nature therapy and a little bit of exercise, there are so many choices from seaside strolls along Gold Coast’s famous Oceanway, through to creekside tracks and waterfall walks.  These eight picturesque walks are suitable for all ages and abilities and are a wonderful way to explore the environment of the south end of the Gold Coast. Enjoy!

The Coolangatta to Point Danger Oceanway makes for a spectacular Gold Coast Walk
Tugun to Bilinga is the ultimate Gold Coast oceanway walk
Tallebudgera Creek winds west of Burleigh and provides some great creekside trails to explore
An easy and picturesque walk—this is a perfect trail for an early morning or late afternoon stroll
Eddie Kornhauser Recreational Reserve is one of the Gold Coast’s lesser-known recreational treasures
A Gold Coast treasure! A stunning creekside wetland boardwalk along beautiful Currumbin Creek
Explore two wonderful walking tracks in the national park—the Oceanview Track and the Rainforest Circuit
This pristine National Park is home to a delightfully easy but stunning rainforest trail

By Michaela Lyons

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No Name Lane is a popular cafe specialising in freshly made meals using local produce
Arguably one of the best Italian restaurants on the Gold Coast
Quirky venue on Budds Beach offering modern Australian eats with bright decor
Russian Delights offers a full range of exotic, European-style delicacies
Popular hole in the wall café in the park on the beach
Spectacular sunrise over Burleigh Beach