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WHALE WATCHING

When: May to November

Tis the season to…go whale watching! From May to November we are blessed to have thousands of Humpback Whales passing through our warm waters. Everyone knows the magical feeling of spying one of the majestic mammals from afar so, in the spirit of sharing, we’ve found the top seven spots to see them from the shore.Point Danger Lookout, Coolangatta
Point Danger Lookout is right on the NSW – QLD border and features The Captain Cook Memorial Statue and some pretty amazing views to the north and the south. D’bah is right below so keep your camera ready to capture the surfers in action. Oh, and of course it’s a great place to watch whales play out in the ocean, they even have public binoculars. How about a coffee at Cafe D’bah afterwards? It’s just across the

SWELL SCULPTURE FESTIVAL 2019

When: 13-Sep-2019 – 22-Sep-2019

Where: Currumbin Beachfront

Website: www.swellsculpture.com.au

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Come face to face with awe-inspiring sculptures by local, national and international artists at the 17th SWELL Sculpture Festival, 13 – 22 September, 2019.

Stay a little longer and discover a range of unique experiences; guided twilight walks and artist talks; salute to sculpture yoga and artist led workshop.

SWELL Sculpture Festival inspires, amuses, uplifts and captures the hearts and minds of all who visit.

Find more details on the website at www.swellsculpture.com.au.

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Monday 16th, September 2019