Gold Coast


Australia’s Gold Coast is one of nation’s favourite leisure destinations. This can be explained by a subtropical climate with an average water temperature of 22 degrees, white sandy open ocean beaches, World Heritage listed rainforest and islands.

The Gold Coast is a 35 kilometre stretch of beaches starting from the Queensland border. The region is virtually one continuous development of high rise hotels. The backdrop to the Gold Coast's coastline is the Hinterland area with rainforests and bushlands. The Gold Coast is a superb combination of spectacular beaches, national parks, wilderness, extensive waterways, valleys and wide open spaces. The Gold Coast is also home to many theme parks including Warner Bros Movie World, Dreamworld, Sea World, Wet 'n' Wild Water Park and Cable Sports World.


There’s thousands of places to stay - it is just a matter of finding your own space - you can luxuriate in opulence with penthouses or six-star resorts or view the rolling ocean to the horizon at a beachfront apartment.

A climate which invites open-air activities including al fresco dining – there are more than 500 restaurants; golf – more than 40 resort, public and private courses; sports – world-class facilities and an exciting event calendar of culture, sport, racing, music and fine food.



The central Gold Coast is a beach front playground and shopper's paradise rolled into one, where you will find international hotels, restaurants and nightclubs.

Surfers Paradise is a booming 'sun, surf and sand' resort destination. As well as the stunning beaches, this area also has an abundance of shopping opportunities, restaurants and nightlife.

The region features many national parks and wildlife sanctuaries with many Australian native animals and birds. Lamington National Park is Australia's largest reserve of subtropical rainforest.

A visit to the Gold Coasts will give you a chance to enjoy a beautiful area renowned for its tropical fruit plantations, tall cane fields, the majestic Tweed River and clear ocean waters. The Hinterland region has vast mountainous areas and a rural backdrop, providing a magnificent contrast to the coast's golden beaches.