Spring has well and truly sprung on the Gold Coast and it’s time to get out and about in the great outdoors and enjoy everything that this amazing region has to offer.
Best Spring activities on the Gold Coast include:
The 36 kilometre journey along the Gold Coast Oceanway can be enjoyed as nine segments that make the experience easy and enjoyable. Check out the the timber and stainless steel distance marker posts that provide information about where you are along the Oceanway. There are great places to view the fabulous Coastline from above at lookouts and headlands along the way.
Spring is the perfect time to spend the day on one of the Gold Coast’s beautiful beaches before the UV rays are extreme. Soak up some Spring sunshine, take a stroll along the white sandy shores and take a dip in the warm sea waters, averaging between 22 to 25 degrees.
Have you always wanted to learn to surf? Springtime is the ideal time to take surfing lessons with one of the local Surf Schools. The waves are generally smaller and gentler so that you can ease your way into the surf.
Go for a day trip or a picnic to Springbrook National Park, Mt. Tamborine or one of the many other places around the Gold Coast Hinterland. The warm weather and clear skies make it perfect for exploring the beauty of the hinterland.
Go whale watching across various locations on the Gold Coast. Whales and their calves are spotted very frequently in and around the coast during Spring on their return trip to the Antarctic.
Watch the world’s most powerful supercars in action from October 21-23 at the Supercars Vodafone Gold Coast 600. You’ll experience the thrills of high-octane entertainment at this premier street racing event in Surfers Paradise
Be a part of the prestigious Coates Hire Coolangatta Gold, the Gold Coast’s ultimate ironman challenge, from 7-8 October. Participate in one of the three events or if you’re not participating, head down and cheer the ironman along – either way, it’s going to be a great day.
Witness the world’s best golfers in action at the Australian PGA Championship from 30 November to 3 December, at the RACV Royal Pines Resort.
Visit Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary to hand feed kangaroos. There are not too many places where you can walk amongst and feed the roos! This is one activity that will stay with you for a long time.
Visit Tropical Fruit World just over the NSW border at Duranbah, to try out some amazing native fruits such as papayas, Australian Macadamias and paw paws, as they come into season.
Visit Gold Coast in Spring and enjoy Burleigh Heads Accommodation at Burleigh Esplanade Apartments . They have everything to suit guests that want to relax and unwind, to guests that want be active and on the go with our full range of facilities and proximity to Burleigh Heads shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. Select from our fully self-contained apartments with a spacious lounge, dining and full kitchen. BOOK NOW
Founded ten years ago The Village Markets (TVM) describe themselves as more than just a market, but a collaborative, creative community of small businesses, designers, artists, creative, foodies, musicians, culture seekers and lovers of good vibes.
Visitors to TVM can expect to find a hand-picked showcase of stalls, live local music, yummy street foods, pre-loved and vintage sales, and a laid-back coastal vibe.
Shop for clothes and jewellery, pick up some delicious artisan products to take back to your apartment, or just grab a coffee and a bite to eat and enjoy the atmosphere.
The Village Markets are held at the Burleigh Heads State School just a 10-15 minute stroll from your accommodation staying at Burleigh Esplanade Apartments.
Our fully self-contained holiday apartments are located directly across the road from beautiful Burleigh Beach. Choose from 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments, and enjoy our full compliment of onsite facilities including swimming pool, spa, full sized tennis court and more. Book your Burleigh Gold Coast accommodation today.