A day out at Cudgen Lake is one of the best things to do on the Tweed Coast, where striking hinterland scenery and an inviting open lake provide countless ways to both relax and bring about excitement.
Here at Cabarita Lake, our stunning Cudgen Nature Reserve accommodation near Kingscliff is situated on the lakefront, and here are five ways you can make the most of Cudgen Lake on your luxury Tweed Heads getaway with us.
Picnic on the Water’s Edge
Pack a picnic and tuck in just footsteps from our lakeside location. With distant mountainous scenery, encircling rainforest and the shimmering lake at your feet, a picnic on the water’s edge is a fantastic way to take in Cudgen Lake’s beautiful natural environment.
Cast a Fishing Line
Casual fishing is a popular pastime at Cudgen Lake, with more than a few scenic spots to settle down, cast a line and see what you can reel in. Head to the lake in the early morning for a tranquil fishing experience.
Take a Stroll Around the Lakefront
At more than 400 hectares, Cudgen Nature Reserve surrounding Cudgen Lake has lots to explore. Put on some comfortable shoes and go on a woodland adventure, with many breathtaking angles to see of the lake as you stroll your way around the reserve.
Cudgen Lake has a healthy birdlife population, which includes several unique species of waterbirds. Keep an ear open for birdsong and bring a pair of binoculars to see which idle species you can spot on the lake and in the trees.
Get on the Water
Cudgen Lake isn’t without a few exciting water activities to enjoy on a calm sunny day! Kayaking, canoeing and waterskiing are a few options, providing a thrilling time on the water as well as a whole new perspective of the surrounding nature reserve.
Our lakefront Cabarita accommodation is spacious, bright and modern with breathtaking views over Cudgen Lake. Set your holiday sights on the picturesque Tweed Coast - just visit Cabarita Lake Apartments.