Flock of visitors spend their vacation at Surfers Paradise Family Accommodation for its change of pace. You can have a great look towards the Surfers Paradise at a distance together with the coastline. There is a real spectacular surfing experience that awaits you here, particularly on the northern corner of Coolangatta Beach, the headland around Greenmount, the incredible Snapper Rocks into the southern corner of Rainbow Bay and the world-class renowned surf break of Duranbah. You can also spend a great time not just by staying at the best Surfers Paradise Family Accommodation but you can also find exciting things in the southern suburbs of Palm Beach, Currumbin and Kirra that exudes an old-school beachside charm where you can find a milkshake in a tin cup. It is a combination of world-class Surfers Paradise Family Accommodation, restaurants and clubs, and an array of retro festivals.

The best thing about staying at Surf Regency is you can explore and have your fun under the sun at the beaches near this amazing Surfers Paradise Family Accommodation.

Currumbin is the home of the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and Surf World Gold Coast. This is an attraction which pays homage to the coast’s surfing history. By heading off the highway and drive past the Currumbin Creek Estuary, meet the alley, a very a popular spot for surfing fans. Enjoy a wide range of water sports that includes kite-surfing, board riding, surf ski and a stand-up paddle boarding from the lovely steep hills rolling down towards the ocean.

Palm Beach
If the Gold Coast had a middle child it would possibly be Palm Beach, nestled between Tallebudgera Creek on one side and Currumbin Creek on the other. Palm Beach is one of laid-back living and is one of the best examples of where rambling beach shacks still survive, perched petulantly on million-dollar blocks. Surfers and sunbakers flock to Palm Beach for its wide, sandy and spectacular beach.

Kirra Beach
There’s variations on what the word Kirra actually means, but some believe Queensland Aborigines named it after a boomerang. Which makes sense as Kirra wraps evocatively around the bend separating Coolangatta and Kirra beaches and in front of Kirra Hill. Surfers still flock to Kirra bend for its world-class breaks despite beach erosion issues changing the game and nature of the surf spot a bit. Still, there’s plenty of character to be had in one of the Gold Coast’s most laid-back beach destinations and home to Kirra Surf which surfers consider the one-stop shop for surf gear.

Snapper Rocks
Without a doubt, this is the Gold Coast’s most popular surf beach. It has consistently favorable conditions for boardriders, which is a big reason why the Quiksilver pro surfing tour takes place there each year. Snapper has good clean waves and probably the best barrels on the Gold Coast, and is generally best for surfers when there’s a southeasterly swell. Another big advantage of this beach is that it’s the starting point of the well-known Super bank, a man-made surf break, allowing surfers to catch a wave all the way through to Coolangatta – which isn’t a bad run.

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