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The 12 Beaches of Christmas

Dominica Czaczka | November 29, 2021

On the first day of Christmas, our Gold Coast gave to us; a refreshing swim at peaceful Palm Beach.

On the second day of Christmas, our Gold Coast gave to us; a sleek new boat to spend our days cruising down the Broadwater.

On the third day of Christmas, our Gold Coast gave to us; magnificent mornings at Main Beach.

Greenmount. Image credit: @saltylittlebeach_

North Burleigh. Image credit: @rodemedia

Rainbow Bay.

Rainbow Bay

On the fourth day of Christmas, our Gold Coast gave to us; seaside strolls past Broadbeach.

On the fifth day of Christmas, our Gold Coast gave to us; a sunrise at The Spit

On the sixth day of Christmas, our Gold Coast gave to us;  a SUP to paddle across the tranquil waters of Tallebudgera Creek.

Miami beach: City of Gold Coast

Surfers Paradise. Image credit: @andysichter

Snapper Rocks.

Snapper Rocks

On the seventh day of Christmas, our Gold Coast gave to us; a secret swimming spot at Snapper Rocks.

On the eighth day of Christmas, our Gold Coast gave to us; a scorching day at Surfers Paradise beach.

On the ninth day of Christmas, our Gold Coast gave to us; a magical view from Miami/North Burleigh hill.

Tallebudgera creek. Image credit: @tidal_tones

The Spit. Image credit: @whatkylielikes

Kurrawa Beach.

On the tenth day of Christmas, our Gold Coast gave to us; a rainbow umbrella to enjoy our day at Rainbow Bay.

On the eleventh day of Christmas, our Gold Coast gave to us; a brand new board to catch the breaks at North Burleigh.

On the twelfth day of Christmas, our Gold Coast gave to us; glorious weather at Greenmount beach.

Main Beach.

The Broadwater. Image credit: @deanjohnson

Burleigh Heads.

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