Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area

Summary

Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area is part of an estuarine corridor extending from Lake Coombabah to the Broadwater and Southern Moreton Bay. Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area protects more than 1200 hectares of wetland, eucalypt forest, salt marsh and mangrove habitat. (CoGC website)

Popular Walks

Parent Regions

History

Unknown

Features

There's a short mangrove walk all the way to the Coombabah lake where there is a small bird watching hut. Otherwise there are hundreds of kangaroos around the main part of the parklands. If your luckly you'll spot even a Koala, otherwise there are plenty of birds too.

Access

From the Gold Coast Highway or Rain Tree Glen (street off Pine Ridge Road). As it's a subrunban area, I'm sure there is some form of public transport stopping near the region.

Maps

Which maps cover the region?

Accommodation

Gold Coast is a tourism capital, I'm sure you'll be able to find a place near by to stay the night. 

Camping

No camping allowed

Other

Contact details

City of Gold Coast

Very Easy
1 km return
15 mins

Mangrove Boardwalk

A short walk through the mangroves. At the end there is a bird tower that overviews the Coombabah lake.