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Currumbin stretches from Wyberda Street in the south to Currumbin Creek in the north, and if you're looking for a place to stay on Australia's Gold Coast that isn't too crowded, this is the place for you. With just over 2,700 permanent residents, this area of sandy beaches, great rock formations, and amazing wildlife reserves is a fun and activity-filled way to spend your holiday without the masses of tourists.

Started in 1947, the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary will thrill your children, and even give you something to talk about when you get back to the office. With hundreds of species of birds and animals, including such famous Australian favorites as the crocodile and dingo, you won't be left wanting when it comes having a real safari experience.

Elephant Rock is another great spot that you just can't miss when you decide to stay at Currumbin Beach. Together with Currumbin rock, these two massive formations mark the boundaries of this great surfing beach. A prime area for surfers, or those that just want to watch, is Currumbin Alley. The sandbar that's formed from the Currumbin Creek creates great conditions, and if you've also got some medium southeast swells coming in, you know you'll be in for a fine day!

Any trip to the Hinterland is easy when you stay at Currumbin Beach. The Currumbin Valley Reserve is just west of the area, and this 4 hectare park. With just a short stroll you'll be able to see long-nosed bandicoots, green catbirds, and even the endangered Richmond Birdwing butterfly, all while walking through lush vegetation.

The Nicoll Scrub National Park is in the same area, and is the last remaining rainforest environment in the Currumbin valley. A trip here will bring you face to face with 78 species of animals and 56 species of birds. See if you can spot the Black Flying Fox, although you may have to look up since it's a bat!

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