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The Gold Coast boasts a number of waterfront communities, such as Nerang, which is located across the bank of pristine Nerang river. As one of the thriving suburbs on the Gold Coast, Nerang is a community chosen for waterfront properties and canal homes.

Nerang’s secluded waterfront areas and upscale tourist strip make it a popular vacation spot on the Gold Coast.

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The caravan park accommodation and camping grounds provide easy access to the breathtaking Gold Coast Hinterland, offering visitors a wide array of activities and touring opportunities.

Residential areas in Nerang are well-developed with a number of public amenities, including swimming pools, play grounds and entertainment venues. With its growing popularity, Nerang has also shown a significant change in its overall infrastructure during the past few years.

As a bordering suburb of the Nerang river, Nerang offers its residents a wide number of water activities. You can go fishing, swimming and kayaking on the pristine waterways. The riverbank also houses a number of picnic areas, with several family-friendly facilities.

Visitors interested in outdoor activities can take a walking or cycling tour across the rainforest pathways to explore the Gold Coast hinterland and its marvellous landscape. Those on a day trip should make sure they check out Arthur Earle Park for an outstanding touring and fishing experience.

Public transport in Nerang includes both bus and train transfers. Visitors staying here during their Gold Coast vacation can easily commute to various Gold Coast attractions without any hassle.

Shopping in Nerang includes a wide range of upscale shopping areas, complexes and plazas. There are also a number of small shopping complexes offering grocery stores, small outlets and gift centres to cater for your everyday shopping needs.

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