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Make Sure to See Snapper Rocks and Point Danger at Bay of Palms

Posted in Local Events @ Sep 25th 2017 9:52pm - By Administrator
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Snapper Rocks is the southernmost beach on the Gold Coast and is known for its surf break and regular surfing competitions, earning it the title as the surfing capital of the Gold Coast. For surfers and beachgoers, Snapper Rocks is a must-visit spot. The famous Superbank of Snapper Rocks is part manmade and part natural wonder, forming a perfect point break setup reaching the neighbouring Coolangatta Beach - that is now considered as one of the best spots to surf in the world. The consistently great weather at Snapper Rocks provides good surfing conditions year-round, and is the reason why this popular beach holds many regular surfing competitions throughout the year! For first-timers on the Gold Coast, Snapper Rocks is the perfect beach to visit for a thrilling surfing experience, as well as for those who just want to watch on and enjoy the lively atmosphere.

Near Snapper Rocks it’s well worth checking out Point Danger. This must-visit spot on the Southern Gold Coast sounds dangerous but it’s perfectly safe, and a great place to catch some of the best hinterland views on the Gold Coast. Point Danger marks a special location where New South Wales and the Queensland border meet, and you can enjoy an incredible view at Point Danger that allows you to see both of the far-reaching coastlines; see the many Gold Coast beaches as they stretch for miles up north, and on a clear day you can even catch a glimpse of Byron Bay to the south! Point Danger is also a place that’s rich with history. After enjoying the views don’t forget to visit the Captain Cook Memorial and the famous lighthouse. For hikers and those that love a good view, Point Danger is not to be passed up on.

You can enjoy Snapper Rocks and Point Danger just a stone’s throw away from Bay of Palms Resort. See our affordable Currumbin family accommodation today by just visiting https://bayofpalms.etourism.net.au

 

 

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