3 most breathtaking Gold Coast lookouts

May 13, 2015 - 1 min read

Visit the Gold Coast and you can experience the beach, rainforest and mountains all in one place. Here are some of the best places to go to see the Gold Coast Skyline or some beautiful natural sights. Here are the perfect day activities for your next Gold Coast trip.

The famous Burleigh Hill

Burleigh Heads National Park
This increasingly popular Gold Coast natural attraction is great place to come for your morning exercise. If you get up early enough, you can go for a hill run up the track surrounded by natural bushland. Finish off at the elevated lookout for some much needed rest and a sunrise that will take your breath away. Enjoy surfing? Bring your board down and carve up the Burleigh break, or watch others wipe-out from the comfort of Burleigh Point.
Where: Burleigh Heads National Park Burleigh Heads Gold Coast QLD

Gold Coast’s spectacular spit

Doug Jennings Park and The Spit
Follow Seaworld Drive around The Spit and through Doug Jennings Park for views of the Gold Coast Seaway, across the broadwater, all the way to Southport and Main Beach. There’s a nearby dog beach if you want to dip your toes in the sand while your furry friend goes wild or take a walk down the breakwall for views of the entire coastline. Whatever you do make sure you stop by The Spit and immerse yourself in serene views Gold Coast locals rallied so hard to keep.
Where: Seaworld Drive Main Beach Gold Coast QLD

Discover hidden hinterland heaven

Best of All Lookout
With a name like Best of All Lookout, it’s no suprise that this little gem is home to some of the most picturesque views on the entire Gold Coast. Surely reaching this lookout involves a hike? Wrong! Take the scenic drive along the motorway and park just 300 metres away. From here take a short walk to the lookout area where you can enjoy panoramic views of rim a 20 million year old volcano, all the way to the coastline of Byron Bay.
Where: Repeater Station Road Springbrook Gold Coast QLD