Discover the lush regions of the Gold Coast Hinterland as you take a tour of the National Parks around the Gold Coast. Known as the Green behind the Gold, the Hinterland offers a wonderful outdoor adventure perfect for families who want explore the flourishing flora and fauna of the region as well as take on a challenging eco-adventure at the Gold Coast.
At Crystal Beach Holiday Apartments, we have provided a list of National Parks that offer stunning scenery, lush bushwalking trails and picnic areas for eco-tripping tourists:
Burleigh Head National Park
The Burleigh Head National Park offers stunning landscape, endemic wildlife and also a breathtaking view of the Gold Coast beaches. Guests from our family apartments Gold Coast Tugun can go bird watching, rainforest walks as well as picnic lunches while in the park.
Springbrook National Park
The easy grade walking circuit at Springbrook National Park is ideal track for introductory hiking lesson for the kids. There are also several difficult grade circuits that can be quite challenging even for the advanced bushwalkers. Hikers can take in the stunning views from the lookout points and also the invigorating sight of the waterfalls and the ancient forest.
Mt Barney National Park
Just a few minutes drive from our southern Gold Coast apartment accommodation, you'll discover the majestic mountains in Mt. Barney National Park. The Park has an open forest and a rainforest inhabited by a diverse array plants and animal species that include various types of birds, wallabies and kangaroos.
Tamborine National Parks
Nestled along the coastal plain of the Queensland/NSW border, Tamborine Mountain offers hikers a spectacular panorama as well as lush tracks leading to plateau overlooking the surrounding lowlands, including the Nerang and Coomera River valleys, Gold Coast, Pacific Ocean, Albert River valley and Great Dividing Range.
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