22 December 2017   

5 min read
Pine Lake is the located in the best of both worlds, between the coast and the hinterland with plenty to see and do. Below is 5 outings within 5 km, did your favourite make the list?

1. Currumbin RSL  

Currumbin RSL is known as the heart of the community and for good reason. A beautiful waterside location, great food & drink, entertainment and friendly staff with community values.
Learn More on their website: https://www.currumbinrsl.com.au/

2. Visit Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

If you haven’t visited Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary you could be considered Un-Australian! We are joking of course, but it’s a must for any local. It’s a great day out for young and old alike with feeding times, live shows and interactive exhibits daily. Our favourite furry character is the Quokka, whose little smile is a delight.
Carers/Card can gain free entry and 50% off for the person with a disability.  Pensioner discounts are available, check their website below. 

Learn more on their website: https://currumbinsanctuary.com.au/  

3. Play a round of golf at Tellabudgera Park Golf Course

This course is known for it’s picturesque surrounds, lovely owners and koalas! Schedule your game early in the morning when the wildlife is active, or in the afternoon when it’s cooler with Happy Hour waiting at the Clubhouse (last tee is at 4.30pm in Summer)

Learn more on their website: https://www.tallebudgeragolfcourse.com.au/

4. Beree-Badalla Reserve 

This reserve holds a special place in the heart of the Gold Coast community as somewhere to enjoy nature, walk, fish, kayak, swim and picnic. 
Learn more about the jetties and catch tips here:
https://www.goldcoast.qld.gov.au/thegoldcoast/beree-badalla-reserve-31693.html

 Jetty Locations for Fishing near Pine Lake Retirement Village 

 

5. Recreation & Leisure Activities

Palm Beach Aquatic Centre- https://www.goldcoast.qld.gov.au/thegoldcoast/palm-beach-aquatic-centre-2897.html
Southern Gold Coast 60 Better - https://goldcoast60andbetter.org.au/