I love beaches.
An afternoon along the charming chilly Surfers’ Paradise, the amazing clouds blew me away. This was really different from my Boracay experience.
忍不住耍宝say yeah! ｜ Cheeky me （Photo by Susan)
When the sun’s out, it’s awfully pretty.
From Surfers’ Paradise to Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast has a long stretch of coastline that attracts both surfers and leisure beach-goers.
Seagulls | 海鸥成群
I have no idea what’s this bird though, could anyone tell me? | 这是什么种类的鸟儿呢？请提点！
If you take a 15 minutes drive down to Burleigh Head (伯利岬) National Park, you can actually see Surfers’ Paradise from afar. With the sun setting in a distance, it’s an amazing view with the evening light on the waves.
Surfers code, found near the Burleigh Head beach area.
Those black speckles in a distance were actually surfers battling the evening currents.
The city sky line from Burleigh Head National Park.
Visiting Gold Coast has been made easier with the launch of the route by Scoot, but since the Auzzie dollar is still strong, no harm planning some FOC (try to get a bicycle from your accommodation or spend a little renting a bicycle) sight-seeing activities that you can do along this stretch.
You can choose to cycle (cater for 45 minutes, in case you decide to stop along the way to check out other spots) or drive (15 minutes).
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