Treat the kids this Spring on the sunny Gold Coast, the perfect destination for families this approaching school holiday. With our family-friendly Palm Beach Gold Coast accommodation find yourself situated on the beautiful Palm Beach, with a wide choice of restaurants and tourist attractions just moments from our resort. Swim, surf, and sunbathe to your heart’s content just minutes from our resort, or enjoy the excellent onsite facilities that include a stunning 33 metre lagoon swimming pool as well as spa and sauna, tennis courts, games room, and more. Royal Palm Resort is the affordable and complete Gold Coast experience this Spring. Treat the kids and the whole family during the school holiday in September by taking a trip to these two must-visit animal attractions on the Gold Coast.
Visit Sea World in Southport for a day out the kids won’t forget. Let them see all their favourite marine animals from seals to polar bears as well as dolphins to sharks - all in a safe and family-friendly environment. Sea World is open every day of the year from 9.30 am to 5.00 pm, providing a full day out of memorable fun for all. Alongside animals you can also enjoy some of the incredible rides that can be found at the park as well as a huge choice of tasty food outlets and gift shops to browse! To locate Sea World just head to Southport near Surfers Paradise.
Another must-visit attractions for kids and families is the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Get interactive and up close with some of the friendly indigenous species of Australia! There’s koalas, kangaroos, dingos, Tasmanian devils, crocodiles, and more. Engage in fun activities such as kangaroo feeding and sheep shearing, as well as several animal talks and tours that happen weekly. This large animal park also offers a thrilling high ropes course, as well as lots of shaded areas for a relaxing family picnic. A great family day out this Spring!
Book your Palm Beach accommodation with Royal Palm Resort and enjoy the perfect getaway this school holiday. Please visit https://royalpalms.etourism.net.au
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