Currumbin Valley is relatively small in size being approximately twenty-four kilometres long and around four kilometres wide boasting a stunning natural environment with steep hills and heritage listed rainforests.
Currumbin Valley is a unique part of Australia’s Green Cauldron, being the first valley to the north of the escarpment of the cauldron – the temple of which is Mount Warning located to the south at Murwillumbah.
With a World-Heritage-Listed rainforest walk, the Cougal Cascades waterfall and an abundance of native flora, fauna and stunning views, attracts visitors from far and wide.
Getting there is via Currumbin Creek Road – approximately a 20km scenic drive along Currumbin Creek to the start of the walking trails – part of the pristine eastern section of the Gondwana Rainforest
The famously renown Currumbin Rock Pools located 12km inland are a huge attraction mainly in summer, popular with families for swimming, BBQ’s and relaxation.
Currumbin Valley properties are sought after and consist mostly of rural type acreage properties fluctuating in size with a mixture of simple eco friendly cottages through to magnificent country style and contemporary manors befitting of the landscape.