The Gold Coast Hinterland Has many natural attractions. These include the majestic beauty of the forests on Mount Tamborine and the many country cottage style restaurants and cafes. The higher parts of the range are famous for their fantastic views. O’Reilly’s Guest house and and Binna Burra lodge provide great accommodation in the lush forests of the region, and natural bridge is a beautiful natural stone archway and beautiful waterfalls and high escarpments are a feature of the region.
Regardless of what time of year you visit the local accommodation scene there will always be something for you to do, and allow you to escape from the hotel for a little while. The Gold Coast Hinterland attractions are one of the reasons why this area is increasing in popularity each year. Be sure to visit on your next trip to The Gold Coast.
Pickup is available from Gold Coast accommodation at extra charge
Australian Outback Spectacular is a first of a kind in Australia. This unique and exciting show captures the grandeur of the Australian Outback.
Hours of operation: 10am to 5pm every day except Christmas Day and ANZAC day (25th April).
So many worlds in one, Dreamworld is an action packed two-day adventure with some of the wildest rides and attractions in Australia.
Opening Hours: Open every day of the year except Christmas Day (25 December)
Visit Sea World on Australia’s Gold Coast – the most amazing world of all! Make contact with marine life wonders and experience a whole world of exciting rides, shows and attractions.
Opening Hours: Open every day of the year except Christmas Day (25th December)
Visit Warner Bros. Movie World on Australia’s Gold Coast! Experience the magic and excitement of a world where everyone’s a star.
Opening Hours: 10:30am to 4:30pm every day of the year, except Christmas Day and Anzac morning (25 April)
WhiteWater World is no ordinary water park – it’s the most advanced water ride park on earth.
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