The 7 Best Things To Do On A Weekend In Paradise Point

Tuesday 16 Apr 2019

It’s the weekend – yay! Time to relax and do whatever you want. 

The world is your oyster particularly if you live in Paradise Point. Here’s the top 7 things you can do this weekend: 

Boating And Sailing At Your Doorstep 

Launching your boat couldn’t be simpler. The boat ramp on the Esplanade is very accommodating for the boatie or sailor with three ramps available. Situated in a protective cove with a floating pontoon, you won’t have to battle tides, choppy waters or passing traffic. 

If you are a keen sailor the Paradise Point Sailing Club is the place to be. The Club welcomes experienced sailors and those new to the sport. 

Junior sailing classes are run every Sunday morning from 8.30am – 10.30am. Visit their website for further details. 

Dining Out 

Choices, choices so many choices. Here’s a few mouth-watering options: 

Modern Australian 

Cross + Feather 

The Local 

Blue Olive Café 

Monsoon 

Brewed Brewery 

Coffee 

Buoy Oh Buoy 

Café 7 

International  

Mano’s Italian 

Tetsuaki Japanses 

Arunya Thai Cusisine 

Panda Palace Chinese 

Take Away 

Millie Weirs Fish and Chippery  

Hungrill Charcoal Chicken 

Pizza Paradise Gourmet Kitchen 

If you need more dining options, Runaway Bay, Hope Island and Sanctuary Cove are only a ten minute drive away where you can indulge yourself in another ‘100’ cafes, takeaways and fine dining options. 

Play A Round Of Golf 

The Links Hope Island golf course is just a 10 minute drive from Paradise Point. It’s a traditional 18 hole ‘links’ style course with an AGU rating of 74. Don’t forget your sand wedge or ball scoop when you play there. Book your next round here. 

Play A Few Sets Of Tennis 

If you need to show the world you are a budding Roger Federer, the Pro-One Tennis Academy is just a seven minute drive away at Runaway Bay. You won’t have to wait long before hitting a court with nine synthetic grass and acrylic courts available. If you prefer a cooler game, eight of the courts are floodlit making night tennis an option. 

Fancy Some Lawn Bowls? 

The Paradise Point Bowls Club on Thrush Avenue is the choice of locals. With an illuminated undercover green, social and competitive players are catered for in all weather conditions. The Dolphin Cove Bistro is a favourite amongst the bowlers and Paradise Point residents for a quick lunch or relaxing dinner. 

Spruce Up Your Garden 

The spectacular six acre Ross Evans Garden Centre is just  a few minutes from Paradise Point and is ideal if you are wanting to keep your garden in top shape. No matter what the season there’s an array of native plants, home products and pots for you to keep your home looking its best. 

Relax At Home 

If you’re away at work all week there’s nothing better than just relaxing at home. There’s no need to be going anywhere. Just sit back, relax and enjoy your home and the ambiance of the quieter, northern end of the Gold Coast. This is Paradise Point living. 

No matter what takes your fancy there’s always plenty to do at Paradise Point, even better if you live here. Contact us to get our latest Paradise Point suburb report and join us by living in the Gold Coast’s best lifestyle suburb.