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This lookout has amazing views of snapper rocks and into the distance you can see Surfers Paradise, in the other direction is Point Danger, the lookout is great with the Captain Cook memorial a fantastic spot for photo's
Point Danger gets its name from Caprain James Cook map reference. There are plaques comemorating his exploration of the region. But what is fascinating is the Centaur memorial and the records of all merchant navy and naval vessels sunk during second world war. Take a...More
Point danger, at the southern end of the Gold Coast is a fantastic spot to explore the coast. The point is well formed with walkways, picnic tables, information panels, memorials and the like. Due to its elevation, this a a great location to check the...More
Saw lots of whales breeching clearly with the naked eye as they moved into shore at a common congregating place for whales off the coast at Point Danger on the Gold Coast.
Remarkable creatures & a remarkable sight! On their way down south with their...More
I took my American visitors to the Gold Coast and in particular Point Danger so that they could experience having a foot in both NSW and Qld at the same time. The views from the memorial are spectacular. We also walked along the path which...More
After seeing humpbacks up close with Whales in Paradise we wanted to go and look for them ourselves from a coastal lookout point. After a little online research we decided to try Point Danger in Coolangatta/Tweed. The setting is beautiful and we immediately spotted whales...More
We have been going to Broadbeach and Coolangatta for many years and always make the trip up the hill to the lookout.
The views are spectacular looking down over where the Tweed River enters the ocean and further down to NSW.
There are a couple...More