Northcliffe Beach (1591D) and its surf lifesaving club are 1 km south of Surfers Paradise. The club, founded in 1947, is surrounded by high rises and development (Fig. 4.145), and parking is limited.
Avoca Beach (NSW 287) is a popular holiday destination for Sydneysiders as well as Central Coast locals. It became accessible to the public in 1908 when the first bridge was built across Avoca Lake and the Avoca Guest House constructed at what was...
Currumbin beach is a 750 m long, north-east facing beach that extends from 10 m high Currumbin Rock down to 15 m high, humpy Elephant Rock (Fig. 4.159). Currumbin Creek flows out on the north side of the point and, to contain the inlet and...