The cafe and restaurant scene is buzzing in Coolangatta with something for everyone and all in walking distance from the hotel. But if you are looking for the quintessential Gold Coast lunch we recommend one of the beach font surf clubs at either Rainbow Bay Surf Club or Greenmount Beach Club. For dinner, the Urban List have put together a list of local restaurants in the area, click here to view the article.
THINGS TO DO AND
PLACES TO EAT.
For shopping, dining and entertainment in the heart of Coolangatta, head to the Strand Shopping Centre. The centre has a cinema and Timezone where the kids can be entertained for hours.
For something a little different, we recommend 20th Century Antiques and Collectibles located at 33 McLean St, Coolangatta. Enjoy a maze of collectibles including homewares, fashion, jewellery, art, and vintage surf paraphernalia all crammed into this homely antiques store.
LEARN TO SURF
Experience the thrill and excitement of surfing in the crystal clear waters of Greenmount where the waves are welcoming for beginners and intermediates. We recommend Walkin On Water Surf School to get you standing up in no time. Click here to view their website.
arts and craft market
The Coolangatta Art and Craft markets on the second Sunday of every month, all year round. With over 150 stalls of locally made crafts, fresh produce, cookies and cakes there is something for everyone. Spend a leisurely Sunday strolling around Queen Elizabeth Park, right on the beach front in Coolangatta from 8am until 2pm.
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DID YOU KNOW?
• Coolangatta is the most southerly holiday destination on the Gold Coast.
• Located right near the border between New South Wales and Queensland.
• Home to iconic surf breaks such as Snapper Rocks and Duranbah.
• Coolangatta got its name from the schooner Coolangatta which was wrecked at Duranbah Beach in 1846