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Currumbin Valley

Heading into the Currumbin Valley is a little like entering an Aladdin's Cave of adventure. From the coastline, head southwest into another world along Currumbin Creek Road which leads to Tomewin Mountain Road winding up to Tomewin Mountain.

At 457 metres high it offers a great vantage point over the entire valley as well as north to Mount Tallebudgera and west across the World Heritage-listed Rainforest mountains of Cougal and Springbrook. The drive itself into the valley is something special, you'll pass farms, eco villages, fruit stalls, bed and breakfasts, homesteads, gardens and cottages. It's easy to see why the descendants of early settlers, who came here for the red cedar timber and to raise dairy cattle and farm bananas, still call this lush valley home.

Highlights of this valley include the cooling Currumbin Rock Pools for a swim and Camp Eden for the health conscious. The Mount Cougal section of Springbrook National Park sits at the end of Currumbin Creek Road. There's also plenty of galleries teaming with pottery and arts and crafts in which if, you look carefully, your own genie may await.

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Currumbin Valley: Where To Go / Sightseeing

The beautiful Currumbin Rock Pools provide a cool, refreshing rainforest retreat during the hot summer months. The pristine spring water cascading down from the mountains over rocks and boulders makes it a delightfully refreshing place to take a dip. The bubbling waters create a natural-spa like effect and there are plenty of nooks and crannies for the kids to explore. Pack a picnic, fire up the barbecue or grab a delicious lunch at a nearby cafe.

Past the rock pools, the creek is a great place for a relaxed afternoon of fishing. Explore the scenic waterway by canoe – the eco-friendly way to get back to nature. Currumbin Valley is also home to an award-winning ecovillage, recognised as one of the world’s best examples of an environmentally sustainable urban development.

Just 10 minutes up the road is the Mt Cougal section of the Springbrook National Park. At this mountainous section of the Park you can enjoy the beauty of cascades and rock pools as you wander under the rainforest canopy.