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Point Danger is near our Palm Beach Holiday Accommodation

Posted in Location & Attractions @ Sep 24th 2013 4:01pm - By Administrator
Point Danger Lighthouse

Don’t be mislead by its name as Point Danger is a totally safe and popular attraction near our Regency on the Beach.

Situated at the Gold Coast’s southern end on Australia’s east coast, Point Danger is the location of the Captain Cook memorial and lighthouse. It is also the place where the Centaur Memorial and Walk of Remembrance is positioned.

The Centaur Memorial commemorates the sinking of the Australian Hospital Ship Centaur by a Japanese submarine during 1943. Meanwhile, the Walk of Remembrance honors ships lost due to Japanese and German action during the Second World War.

The Marine Rescue NSW Point Danger station as well as the southern end of the Gold Coast Oceanway is also in Point Danger. Point Danger is separated by Rainbow Bay to the West as well as Snapper Rocks.

Point Danger is considered the first in the world to experiment with laser technology.

Point Danger is extremely popular among visitors specially during whale season.

One visitor to the area, “grapsta” finds Point Danger as offering great views specially during whale season.

“Great view. Good coffee at cafe up there. View of good surf beaches plus good whale watching site in winter and November.”

Another visitor, “spongesdad” describes Point Danger as a “Great spectacle.”

“I went for the Geography as its the point where Queensland meets New South Wales. However, I saw Dolphins playing in the sea. They were leaping, seemingly flying and were graceful. They are quick too!.”

Regency on the Beach is the ideal Palm Beach Holiday Accommodation as it is a short fifteen-minute drive to Point Danger.

Staying at our Regency on the Beach allows you to have easy access to numerous attractions such as the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and Gold Coast theme parks. Expect to also experience and be near the Hinterland tours. Feel free to swim in the area’s patrolled swimming beaches.

Book your stay now by going to https://www.hisitedirect.com.au/.



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