There are many excellent tours available from Coolangatta. The northern regions of New South wales are on your doorstep and tours to the National Park regions around Mount Warning will take you to see some of the most spectacular scenery in the country. The beaches in this region are nothing short of spectacular so take a tour to see them or a learn to surf tour. The Gold Coast hinterland is very close to Coolangatta and this region is full of waterfalls, tall forests, natural sandstone escarpments and sensational views. it is a photographers paradise and a place where the kids can interact with nature and the local wildlife. The kids will also love it if you take them for a tour of the Gold Coasts fabulous theme parks. So as you can see there are plenty of tours to enjoy from Coolangatta.
Australian Day Tours
Departs: Gold Coast + Brisbane
Australia Zoo Croc Express
“Brisbane’s Best” Tour
Byron Bay and Tropical Fruit World
City Sights & River Cruise
Glow Worm Cave & Natural Arch
Gold Coast & Hinterland
O’Reilly’s and Mt Tamborine
Sunshine Coast and Noosa
Gray Line Day Tours
Southern Cross 4WD Tours
Southern Cross 4WD Tours have a distinct Australian theme tours. They offer the ‘Window to Wilderness’ tour which includes Lamington National Park and the ‘Outback Tracks’ tour to Gold Coast Hinterland.
Sunrover Expedition Day Tours
Sunrover Expedition Overnight Tours
Coolangatta Whale Watch
Enjoy a 3 hour Morning or Afternoon Whale Watching experience with complimentary tea and coffee and educational commentary.
Spirit of Gold Coast Cruises
Join Spirit of Gold Coast for a two and a half to three hour Morning Whale Watch Cruise departing daily from late May to early November each year.
Whales in Paradise
Join Whales in Paradise for an unforgettable Morning Whale Watch cruise to the crystal blue waters of the “HUMPBACK WHALE HIGHWAY”.
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