This incredible play area play area is really one of a kind in Pacific Fair Shopping Centre. Including huge ball pits with slides and tunnels, climbing walks, building blocks, lego and more. It is the perfect rainy day solution, with a toddler play area and a play area for the bigger kids too.
Location: Pacific Fair Shopping Centre, Broadbeach
Stretching three kilometres of the Broadwater in Southport, Broadwater Parklands is a recreational reserve with so many spots for a picnic, with playgrounds, splash pads, fun filled rockpools and more.
If heights and spectacular views are your thing, then how about a visit to the top of Australia's Tallest Building? SkyPoint Observation Deck offers panoramic views of the Gold Coast, 270m above sea level, located atop the iconic Q1 building in Surfers Paradise. There is even a movie cinema and restaurant.
Stepping into a world of optical illusions, the larger than life murals allow people of all ages to come face to face with wild animals, scale rocky crevasses and surf the ultimate pipelines. Stretching over 6 huge rooms, visitors can walk through a variety of different zones, each with its own spectacular theme.
The pirate ship theme of Treasure Island playground encourages imaginative play and provides fun for children of all ages. With a large pirate ship, wrecked against a rocky outcrop, incorporates themed slides, spinners and rockers, with activities such as 'walking the plank', exploring for hidden treasure and musical play, all under the shade of a pirate ship sail.
Located alongside Currumbin Creek Road, just a short drive from Currumbin Beach, Currumbin rock pools have shelter, picnic tables, barbecues and amenities and the beautiful rock pools to explore. Kids can splash and find incredible sea life surrounded by nature.
Location: Currumbin Creek Road
These are just a few of the great parts of the Gold Coast and surrounds. There is much more to explore and only a short drive from Brisbane.