10 Things to Do in Mermaid Waters That You Shouldn't Miss

April 5, 2018 Emerita Lamoureux

Discover the best top things to do in Mermaid Waters, Australia including G:link, Putt Putt Mermaid Beach, SkyPoint Climb, Miami Marketta, Robina Town Shopping Centre, Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens, Burleigh Heads Beach, Black Swan Lake, Kurrawa Beach, Surfer's Paradise Beach.
Restaurants in Mermaid Waters

Broadbeach, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia +61 1800 064 928
Excellent
72%
Good
22%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 1 reviews

G:link

Reviewed By langleyd2015 - Adelaide, Australia

Visiting Gold Coast for first time since teams installed & found they make getting around GC so much easier! Very clean and reliable service with digital countdown clock on all platforms letting you know how many minutes before next tram.

2. Putt Putt Mermaid Beach

2492 Gold Coast Highway, Mermaid Beach, Gold Coast, Queensland 4218, Australia +61 7 5575 3381
Excellent
65%
Good
30%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 472 reviews

Putt Putt Mermaid Beach

Holes of fun for everyone! Putt Putt Mermaid Beach is the ultimate mini golf experience located on the Gold Coast. Discover a hole world of fun with three themed 18 Hole Courses, games arcade, 19th hole refreshments, barbecue zone and free onsite parking. Swing by for a game day or night!

Reviewed By Shirley H - Amherstburg, Canada

Visiting the area from across the ocean. This is a great place to spend a few hours and enjoy a game of mini golf. We played all 3 courses and each presented some exciting challenges. Everything is spotless and management has everything very organized. Highly...MoreThank you for your review, Shirley. We look forward to welcoming you again!

3. SkyPoint Climb

Level 77 of Q1 Resort | 9 Hamilton Avenue, Surfers Paradise, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Queensland 4217, Australia +61 7 5582 2700
Excellent
67%
Good
26%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 1 reviews

SkyPoint Climb

SkyPoint Climb takes place on the top of the Q1 building in Surfers Paradise and at 270 metres in the air, it is one of Australia's highest external building walks. Starting on level 77 of SkyPoint Observation Deck, Climbers will enter the open air dressed in a full body suit and harness. Following their Climb guide, participants will then traverse up towards the crow's nest located at the highest point of the Climb at around 270 metres above the ground. Regular stops will be taken to admire the stunning 360 degree views of the Gold Coast region including the golden Beaches, city skyline and lush green hinterland. Climbers will then descend to level 77. Altogether the experience takes approximately 90 minutes including a briefing session and the time on the Climb course.

Reviewed By johndoc98 - Perth, Australia

I really had a great experience as our tour guide was Tayla and complemented with some great commentary and Facts.Tayla made everyone feel very comfortable within the group.I would definitely recommend this Experience to anyone that is on the Gold Coast.

4. Miami Marketta

23 Hillcrest Pde, Miami, Gold Coast, Queensland 4220, Australia +61 488 590 599
Excellent
60%
Good
32%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
2%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 250 reviews

Miami Marketta

Miami Marketta A place to eat, drink, play, listen to live music, laugh, dance, live and love. >>> Marketts Street Food || Friday 5pm ~10pm & Saturday 4pm~10pm >> Tapas Club || Wednesday 5pm ~9pm >> Marketts Cafe || Tuesday - Saturday 6.30am -2pm <<<

Reviewed By freakymonkey - Melbourne

small little place , great atmosphere ,cool guy singing was nice to watch,hubby had the american bbq which he loved a mix of ribs pulled pork chicken and coleslaw, I had the pizza was average watched them serving there pasta and was shocked to see...MoreHey Guys, Thank you for the review! You will be pleased to know we have an entire new gnocchi stall now :) Hopefully see you again soon.

5. Robina Town Shopping Centre

Robina Town Centre Drive, Robina, Gold Coast, Queensland 4230, Australia +61 7 5575 0480
Excellent
61%
Good
32%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 530 reviews

Robina Town Shopping Centre

Gold Coast's Ultimate Shopping Destination. - David Jones - Myer - Zara - Over 350 International and National stores - Lakeside Dining Take out Free Tourist Shuttle, simply book online. Robina Town Centre is the Gold Coast's largest shopping and dining precinct on the Gold Coast. Just an easy 20 minutes from Surfers Paradise, you will find all the stores you love under one airconditioned roof. Stay all day and enjoy our 900 seat air conditioned food atrium or visit the Lakeside entertainment precinct Unwind at Australia's first digital cinema complex - Event Cinemas, giving you the choice of Vmax, 3D or Gold Class Cinema's. It's the ultimate destination to shop, dine and relax in style.

Reviewed By ReviewingChamp

Robina Town Centre.
From bowling and movies to shopping for style to enjoying a bite to eat.
Loads of choices to shop always great specials and two completely different eateries to choose from. There’s the centre eatery which contains the family favourites McDonald’s, KFC, Hungry Jacks, Bucking Bull and other ranges to choose from.
The second eatery “The Kitchen” which has a new retro look to it mixed with cultural foods and more healthy choices. Sit back relax and listen to some music on the community piano or they quite often have some lovely buskers playing cover songs and their own written music .
Christmas time they’ve actually got the real Santa to come and take family photos (real beard) at the same prices as other centres. Beautiful Christmas garden which brings the magic alive.
Bathrooms located centre wide and the parents rooms have little play rooms for if you’re needing to have a break and feed your Littlies.

6. Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens

232 Ashmore Rd, Benowa, Gold Coast, Queensland 4217, Australia +61 7 5581 6984
Excellent
49%
Good
44%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
2%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 79 reviews

Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens

Reviewed By MickExplorer

Every time I drop into the botanic Gardens for a coffee and contemplation I am amazed at how peaceful it is amongst the hustle and bustle around it. It is really well maintained and peaceful although it can get hectic on the weekends. The coffee shop is great for an unpretentious caffeine fix.
There are places to have a picnic and for the children to run.

7. Burleigh Heads Beach

Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Excellent
77%
Good
21%
Satisfactory
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Poor
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Terrible
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5 based on 1 reviews

Burleigh Heads Beach

Reviewed By Gena5 - Brisbane, Australia

With views back to surfers paradise, this beach is for everyone. Parkland nearby with kids play ground. Golden sand beach, also popular with surfers.

8. Black Swan Lake

6 Gold Market Dr, Bundall, Gold Coast, Queensland 4217, Australia
Excellent
94%
Good
6%
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5 based on 29 reviews

Black Swan Lake

Reviewed By mightyquin2015 - Ormeau, Australia

Such a beautiful, peaceful place to have a picnic. Very relaxing and lovely for the children to watch the swans, ducks and other wildlife. It really is gorgeous but the Council are planning on filling it in to give the Turf Club more parking. It will be a sad day for the wildlife and those of us who appreciate it.

9. Kurrawa Beach

Broadbeach, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia +61 7 5527 5660
Excellent
62%
Good
33%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 679 reviews

Kurrawa Beach

Reviewed By 32brucebeach - Kincardine, Canada

The beach is amazing for walking on and the ocean is beautiful for swimming. There is also a walking/blike path running along the coast.

10. Surfer's Paradise Beach

The Esplanade, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Queensland 4217, Australia +61 7 5539 9299
Excellent
63%
Good
29%
Satisfactory
6%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 4 reviews

Surfer's Paradise Beach

The three-kilometer strip of golden sand between Surfers Paradise and the Pacific Ocean is Australia's iconic beach, a postcard-perfect locale that conjures up 'paradise' to millions. Throughout the year, our beach welcomes swimmers, joggers, surfers and strollers from around the Gold Coast, around Australia and around the World. There are a few simple things you can do to ensure that your day at Surfers Paradise beach is a safe and happy one. Always swim between the red and yellow flags. If the flags aren't up, it may not safe to swim, so always ask a lifeguard if it's safe to swim if you cannot see the flags. Check for additional beach signage, as this may change every day. Read the safety warnings. Check with a lifeguard about beach and water conditions if you're not sure it's safe. Put your hand up and stay calm if you get in trouble in the water. Stay sun safe: Slip on a shirt, slop on sunscreen, slap on a hat, seek shade and slide on sunglasses. Leave valuables at home or in your apartment.

Reviewed By R471 - Indore, India

The beach is great and vast. Total area is lively with beautiful water front which has been further beautified due common wealth games in April,18. Area is full of activities, various eating places and what not. Swimming in surfers paradise is a dream come true.

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