Palm Beach on the Gold Coast. Palm Beach is a north-east facing beach that runs four kilometres from Currumbin Alley to Tallebudgera Creek to the north. The rich history of Palm Beach includes The Palm Beach Surf Life Saving Club, built in 1930 and drawing clubbies to 'Palmy' from Brisbane on the weekends. The foreshore has remained an integral part of the suburb’s identity and is a popular destination for many. A trio of Surf Life Saving Clubs patrol this beautiful stretch of sand including Palm Beach Surf Life Saving Club (to the south), Pacific Surf Life Saving Club (north Palm Beach) and Tallebudgera Surf Life Saving Club. The community is an example of laid-back living where iconic beach shacks meet multi-million dollars homes that line the beachfront. Shops and cafes are conveniently located within walking distance of the beach. Palmy has also built a name for itself as one of the city’s up and coming venue precincts with trendy bars and restaurants regularly popping up.