About the Gold Coast

Australia’s major population is living around the coast line & most cities having many attractions have people travelling there to enjoy Australian hospitality & fair play. Gold Coast is a modern city of glittering high-rise buildings, with superb beaches, including the world renowned ‘Surfers Paradise’. Australia's sixth largest city, and the second largest in the state of Queensland, the Gold Coast is where the ‘bikini’ was born. Boasting of endless stretches of pristine golden beaches, the famous international theme based entertainment parks, various designer boutiques, the many luxurious spa retreats, world-class golf courses, award-winning restaurants, the upmarket bars and lively nightclubs, all make Gold coast what it is - a world famous entertainment tourism precinct. Holding a series of festivals and events almost every month of the year showcasing some of Australia’s best sporting talents & enticing people to visit the state.

Gold Coast Attractions

Enjoy surf lifesaving championship & tournament in action; or join Australia’s iron men and women the ‘Coolangatta Classic’ ocean swim; and watch the world’s best surfers compete at the Quicksilver & Roxy Pro. Apart from the popular towns - the Gold Coast is also the gateway to some of Queensland’s best natural attractions. Whale-watch, island-hop and discover the area’s Aboriginal culture. Travel west you'll find one of Australia's most biologically diverse regions, the lush rainforest-cloaked hinterland which has the World Heritage-listed national parks such as Lamington, Border Ranges, Main Range and Nightcap amongst the popular ones. Close from & near New South Wales border where you'll find Coolangatta and Tweed Heads and the picturesque beauty of the Mt Warning National Park. Enjoy the drive- Great Sunshine Way to Brisbane, Fraser Island and Bundaberg; or the Pacific Coast Touring Route from Brisbane to Cairns, to enjoy some of the great natural treasures of the region.

Gold Coast and Surrounds

Gold coast region is world renowned for its surf culture, specially the huge waves off Broadbeach, or snorkel through a shipwreck off Main Beach or walk on the golden sand fringed by high rises in Surfers Paradise. Enjoy the thrilling virtual reality rides at Dreamworld, swim with dolphins at Sea World and watch movies being made at Warner Bros Movie World. Explore the waterfalls, rainforest, lookouts and scenic bushwalks of the lush Gold Coast hinterland. Shop till you drop in the various local art and craft markets, huge custom designed shopping malls and high-end boutiques & enjoy into the Gold Cost’s glitz, glamour and fun at its bars, nightclubs and events.

Catching Waves on the Gold Coast

Discover the best breaks or learn to surf in the surfing paradise. With 70 kilometres of sun-drenched beaches and four famous point breaks, it’s easy to note that the Gold Coast is home to a city called Surfers Paradise. Home to the international party destination, the Gold Coast boasts some of Australia’s best, most consistent surf waves and hosts many international surfing competitions.

Get your thrills in a theme park

For the family and travelers who want to enjoy a Swim with dolphins, feeding the seals or to meet polar bears at the Sea World, or enjoy the mysterious Bermuda Triangle or the thrilling Corkscrew rollercoaster to enjoy adrenalin rush. At Dreamworld, you can view the real actors & enjoy seeing how movies are being made, take a scenic helicopter flight or survive the huge tidal waves on the Wipeout. Ride through the rapids on a hollowed log or try the first Australian motorbike rollercoaster to throw you out of whack. At Warner Bros Movie World you can see movies being made, get your thrills on the stomach-dropping Lethal Weapon rollercoaster or end with a splash on the Wild West Falls Adventure Ride. Hit the giant wave pool in Wet ‘n’ Wild Water Park and explore a frozen forest in Frozen World. Meet hundreds of multicolored mountain parrots in Currumbin Sanctuary and kangaroos and emus in Fleays Wildlife Park.