Try to find the spot where the photographer was standing.
Elephant Rock is a well-known rock formation located on Currumbin Beach and is the remains of ancient volcanic activity. Beach goers can climb the stairs to a platform at the top of the rock for views of Surfers Paradise and Coolangatta. Elephant Rock has become and major and significant site for the annual Anzac Day Dawn Service and houses a war memorial plaque at the western base of the rock.
Point Danger is a scenic headland, located on the Southern end of the Gold Coast in Coolangatta and overlooks the popular Duranbah Beach. The headland is home to the Captain Cook Memorial as well as the iconic Point Danger Lighthouse. There is beachside parking, amenity blocks, barbecues, plenty of picnic tables and the headland is just a short walk away from the famous surf spot, Snapper Rocks.