Currumbin Rock Pools

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About Currumbin Rock Pools, Currumbin

Take time to explore this treasure of beauty and entertainment located just about 15 minutes from the Currumbin beach. Your can enjoy an entire day out on a picnic with family and friends here. Kids usually enjoy swinging on ropes from the tree branches into the pools. The water here is scrupulously clean.

Currumbin Rock Pools Information

  • Cascading waterfalls, rock pools are just 5 minutes away from the Currumbin creek road.

How To Get To Currumbin Rock Pools by Public Transport

  • Train: Varsity Lakes Train Station.
  • Bus: Terranora Golf Club, Marana St Bus Station.
  • Galleon Way near Jutland Pl Bus Station.

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Address: Currumbin Creek Rd, Currumbin, Queensland 4223, Australia

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Time Required: 05:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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  • Thought we had gone to the wrong place. Dirty dark and very deep pond. Didnt see the one danger sign until we left. Took family including young ones as websites promote this as great family fun. Beware! Many deaths and serious injuries associated with this place. Council you should be ashamed of yourselves for not adequately letting tourists know. I fortunately had the gut feel to ask a local about it whilst there. Jumping off the rocks there is like playing Russian Roulette.

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  • Not really sure what all the hype is about. Maybe the water was a bit low when we went, but it just seemed like a small pool of water on the creek which was really busy (for some reason). We actually thought we must have gone to the wrong place. Parking was limited. There were toilets but they were basic. Nice, but nothing special.

  • Sadly the floods from cyclone Debbie has washed alot of the natural beauty away. Still a lovely spot to visit though.

  • hard to find, but refreshing once you find the pools. Not much else around here though, 1km off of the border in some places

  • overhyped place with not much to see. don't waste your time

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