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Currumbin Beach Walk

 
  When walking I like to think that I am seeing the location for the first time....it’s not always easy depending on your mood. But most of the time the sheer essence of the location is enough.  I started my walk at Throwers Bridge, (which has its own history). You have to start at the bridge to really get the feel of the locality....before you get to Currumbin Beach.  
     
 

 
 

 

Early morning on Currumbin Creek

 
 

 

 

 

Sunday morning …and it’s beautiful along the creek, the area can get quite busy on the weekend depending on a number of factors. If the fish are biting, the park will be littered with trailers and 4WD’s hoping for a great day fishing at Palm Beach Reef. During the weekends the creek can be alive with lots of activities, picnickers enjoying the lush green grass and shade at Winders Park.

 

 

Swell Sculpture Festival

 

 

Following the pathway along Currumbin Creek heading east towards Currumbin Alley you will come across a number of timber piers with an assortment of pelicans perched on top constructed from a variety of metal components. These beautiful art pieces were displayed at Swell Sculptural Festival, this event is featured on Currumbin beachfront every year. So put these dates in your calendar and come along!

 

     

 

 

     
  Continue walking along Currumbin Creek until the end of the Park, and then it’s onto the concrete pathway ( Duringan St) and under Currumbin Bridge.

If it’s a warm day you can rest here under the shade of the bridge, the view is spectacular at this point. Opposite are the picturesque walks of Beree Badalla Boardwalk and Currumbin Lagoon and Tarrabora Reserve ……but that’s for another day.

 
     
 

 
 

Now you will start to climb Currumbin hill, so if it’s a hot day there is no hurry, hope you remembered your hat and bottle of water …..just to keep you fresh in anticipation for a spot of breakfast or a coffee at one of the many cafes & restaurants.

A Virtual Walk

A short slideshow of the walking track.. starting at Thrower Bridge and finishing at Currumbin Beach, visual guide of the route you will take.

 

There are many shade trees at this stage of the walk and openings in the tree line where you will want to stop and soak in the view. Surfers Paradise in the distance with its towering high rises makes for a great photo.

 
 

 

Great views of Surfers Paradise for your photo album

 
     
 

Once you have reached the top of the hill, it’s all down hill to Currumbin Alley!

Now you are at Currumbin Alley, explore this unique location with it unusual rock formation and changing moods. The water can be glassy and serene or foaming with anger, It can be what you want it to be, a world class surfing location, a photographers paradise, or for you walkers a location to be soaked up and spoken about…

 
 

Currumbin Alley in all it's glory..with Burleigh Headland in the distance

 

 
 

What can you do at Currumbin Beach?

 
 

Learn to Surf

Learn to stand up Paddle
Learn to Kite Surf Enjoy a meal
Visit Currumbin Wildlife

Elephant Rock Look out

Boat Hire Enjoy a drink
 
     
 

But we are going to walk!

There are a couple of lookouts worth climbing, so at this point you can refresh yourself at one of the many Cafés and then start doing some climbing to work off that breakfast or lunch it’s up to you.

 
 

Currumbin Hill Lookout

 
 

At the beginning of the Currumbin Beach walk, look to your right and you will see a picnic area, behind the BBQ area is a set of steps, (around 130 to be precise) cross the road (Pacific Parade) and start climbing take your time we’re not trying to win a race.

 
 

There is a set of stair up to the lookout behind the BBQ

 
 

The view from the top is magnificent, Currumbin Alley in all its glory, views of Currumbin Spit and the entire coastal strip of Palm Beach from Creek to Creek (another walk).

 
 

 
 

View a short video of what you will see from Currumbin Hill Lookout

 
 

 

 
     
  After you have got your breath back lets cross the road (Pacific Parade) to the beach and enjoy the sand between our toes, head straight down the beach toward to  ‘Currumbin Vikings Surf Club’ walk across the carpark and you will see a set of stairs behind the Surf Club  
 

Just a short climb and you will see it all!

 
 

Check out the short video of the location. After you have immersed yourself in the view why not go down the steps to the Surf Club and have some refreshments on their beautiful deck.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There a very few places in this world where you can enjoy refreshments and take in the awesome power of the Pacific Ocean.

Still want to keep going? Well you can continue along the beach and head for Coolangatta! Or follow the main road around to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and spend the rest of the day there.

So visit Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary today …get closer - and be amazed!

 
 

This Google map below gives you a visual of this wonderful location, check it out for more detail.

 Just another example of one of the Gold Coast's great walks!

 
 

 
View Currumbin Beach Walk in a larger map

 
     
     
 

See you on my next walk...

 

 
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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