Father’s Day is not far away on the calendar, and the time to start planning something special is now! This September, treat the whole family to a getaway at our family-friendly Currumbin resort, where the stunning Palm Beach lies right outside the doorstep. Situated on the Southern Gold Coast, our resort offers some of the Gold Coast’s best beaches in the palm of your hand, providing the perfect way to relax and celebrate on Father’s Day.
Princess Palm on the Beach is a fantastic choice for families, offering spacious two bedroom holiday apartments that can accommodate up to five guests. Located on Palm Beach – “Queensland’s Cleanest Beach” – our homely holiday apartments feature stunning open-plan living areas, kitchen facilities, cable TV, Queen-sized beds, and private balconies that face the beachfront and ocean. We also have superb onsite facilities that include an outdoor swimming pool, spa and sauna, and more.
There’s no better way to relax on Father’s Day than at the beach! At our resort, Palm Beach is just footsteps away, and offers a beautiful strip of white sand and clear blue ocean to enjoy as you please. Sunbathe and soak up the views, take to the water on a paddle board or surfboard, and enjoy a beachfront picnic alongside your favourite people – all within minutes from our resort!
Our location also offers lots more to explore nearby, including Burleigh Head National Park, Burleigh Beach, Currumbin Creek, Tugun Beach, Bilinga Beach, and other must-visit beaches famous of the Southern Gold Coast. Enjoy wildlife exploration at Currumbin Wildlife Park and David Fleay Wildlife Park, plus a fantastic shopping experience at Stockland Burleigh Heads Shopping Centre, The Strand at Coolangatta, and more. There’s also great views to be had at Point Danger, and an exciting family adventure at Springbrook National Park. The options are endless for a memorable Father’s Day this 2018.
Start planning a memorable Father’s Day on the Gold Coast with Princess Palm on the Beach. For more information just visit https://princesspalm.etourism.net.au