Eulo

The “Montville of the Outback”, Eulo is a small community with a large pride which is evident when you visit. Famous not only for the infamous “Eulo Queen” and the hotel named after her but also for the abundant local produce and product as well as opal and craft which can all be purchased in the town. Honey along with other natural products made from bees wax are produced at Eulo for the local and national market.

Eulo has many attractions including the Lizard Lounge, the life size Diprotodon statue, the Bilby Burrow art and craft gallery, a general store and the unusual experience of a hot artesian water and mud baths, and mud springs just west of the town.

Enjoy a coffee at the new Eulo Store and ask the locals about the recent megafauna discoveries! Eulo has one of the densest Mega Fauna fields in Australia. The Diprotodon statue welcomes you into Eulo and there are fossils displayed in the store.

Artesian water opened up the Outback and the unique town of Eulo due to its position on the banks of the pristine Paroo River. A memorable time can be had swimming, fishing, yabbying and camping under the stars on the river banks.

Soak in the warm artesian water impregnated with artesian mud, then pat on your mud pack to let your skin soak in the goodness from this mineral rich product.

If totally secluded camping is your thing, head west across the river and turn left after 900 metres. This sign posted track will take you to the absolute peace and tranquillity of the Billabong. Teeming with water birds the Billabong offers many secluded camping spots on the water’s edge. Of course when camping in and around Eulo, they do ask you leave nothing behind but your foot prints.

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Mermaid Beach

Mermaid Beach, Gold Coast Area
Adjacent to its fashionable neighbours Broadbeach and Miami lies the Gold Coast's coastal town of Mermaid Beach, called so after the cutter HMS Mermaid. This relaxed stretch of golden coastline is popular with swimmers and surfers looking to escape the flocks of people.

Mermaid Waters

Mermaid Waters, Gold Coast Area
Boasting waterways with names such as Rumrunner Lake and Lake Wonderland, it's easy to see the appeal of Mermaid Waters, a canal community which sits at the elbow of Mermaid Beach. Australian surveyor John Oxley first came to the area in 1823 and gave it its name after the cutter ship Mermaid on which he travelled.

Broadbeach Waters

Broadbeach Waters, Gold Coast Area
Picture perfect Broadbeach is centred around Kurrawa Beach and likened to the Gold Coast's metropole - mixing Aussie beach culture with high-end apartments, shopping and dining. Take advantage of the rolling swell and patrolled coastline only a stone's throw away and stretch surfed-out muscles at a yoga class in nearby parklands or a day spa.

Miami

Miami, Gold Coast Area
For 69 years, this relaxed Gold Coast suburb was home to Miami Ice, an iconic ice factory built from two recycled army huts which were demolished in 2013. Even Australian singer John Farnham used this venue to film his Two Strong Hearts film clip.

Broadbeach

Broadbeach, Gold Coast Area
Boy has bustling Broadbeach come a long way baby. Once the little brother to big sister Surfers Paradise, Broadbeach or "Broadie" to locals, is all grown up, and how. You could start in the surf, with its beautiful beaches, framed by lazy parks home to weekend markets and weekday yoga classes.

Tweed River

Gold Coast,
The Tweed River is a popular shore diving location at the southern end of the Gold Coast. While there are a number of site that can be dived in the Tweed River, the best site is the rocky wall adjacent to the harbour near the river mouth.
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