Escape the hurly burly of Surfers Paradise and enjoy some superb Southern Gold Coast accommodation at Coolangatta. The Sebel Coolangatta really is a haven of peace and quiet on the Gold Coast. The buzz of street life just down the esplanade, with shops, cafes, restaurants and bars to keep you entertained from dusk until dawn. Fancy a night clubbing, there’s plenty of choices nearby that don’t involve a taxi fare or a long ride home on public transport. You might not have this in mind for your holiday, but maybe younger members of your family do. That’s peace of mind right there.

If you are staying in Coolangatta, then its’ twin city Tweed Heads is close at hand, and has its own natural charms and attractions that compliment those of the Gold Coast. Tweed Heads’ popular tourist destinations include Mount Warning, one of the largest shield volcanoes in the Southern Hemisphere — formed almost entirely by the layered buildup of fluid lava flows. Shield volcanoes are so named for their large size and low profile that resemble a warrior’s shield lying on the ground. Catch the first rays of the day to hit mainland Australia, by climbing to the summit. Mount Warning is the Australian continent’s eastern most point.

Other notable places include the nearby Nightcap, Border Ranges, Springbrook and Lamington National Parks, one of Queensland’s best-loved parks, with some of the best bush walking trails in Queensland. Visitors can enjoy the rugged mountain scenery, tumbling waterfalls, caves, rainforest, wildflower heaths, tall open forests, picturesque creeks and varied wildlife. Lamington National Parks have even been visited by Sir David Attenborough in 1979 when filming beech trees and bowerbirds for the television series Life on Earth.

Join us for your next holiday with our Southern Gold Coast accommodation at the Sebel Coolangatta. Book here or call us to discuss your Queensland holiday arrangements.