Next after these beaches are Currumbin Beach and Currumbin Alley.
Currumbin Beach is the stretch between Elephant Rock (southern end, which has a great lookout on top) and Currumbin Rock (northern end).
From the top of Elephant Rock, there are great views in all directions. Below the rock is Currumbin Surf Lifesaving Club.
The rocks below Elephant Rock are also a popular fishing spot.
Looking north from Elephant Rock Lookout, you can see Currumbin Rock with the city skyline of Surfers Paradise. This particular day was a bit stormy...
Looking towards Currumbin Rock on a much finer day... When the wind is just right, this spot is a haven for kite surfers.
Looking back from Currumbin Rock towards Currumbin Surf Lifesaving club and Elephant Rock
Such a beautiful day...
Looking through the rocks at Currumbin Rock towards Surfers Paradise city skyline.
Currumbin Alley is a surf break off Currumbin Rock. The Alley is one of the more famous breaks on the Gold Coast. Waves wrap around the point and towards the creek. It is exposed to perfect beginners conditions towards the creek and some fantastic right-handers towards the point.
Popular also for the recent craze; Stand Up Paddle Boarding.
City to surf...
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