We went to Rainbow Bay for lunch. I’ve never been so close to the sea. This is another hot spot for surfers. Here’s the world famous Snapper Rocks.
After that, we had our lunch at Rainbow Bay Surf Club. Luckily we arrived 10 minutes before the kitchen closed!
Nachos (no idea how much) and Snapper Rocks Hot Seafood Plate (AUD20.50) which consists of beer battered flathead, tempura torpedo prawns, salt and pepper squid with chips, salad, tartare and lemon. Another bowl of sauces is for the nachos.
Left: View from the balcony of the club.
Right: Some decors in the club.
After lunch, we headed down to another beach. We had to walk barefooted.
Goodness! It’s so painful!
Experienced really hard time walking on the rocks.
It’s sharp, uneven, slippery, and wet too.
Finally headed back to the beach, the surfers were still pouring in for an evening surf.
Left: Wheel of Surfers Paradise.
Right: Goodbye Gold Coast!
We went to the airport very early the next morning to catch the flight back to Adelaide.
That’s the end of my Brisbane/Gold Coast trip.