This article is about the Gold Coast Australia

For the local government area, see Gold Coast. For other uses, see Gold Coast.
Gold Coast is located in Australia Gold Coast Gold Coast
Coordinates 28°01′0″S 153°24′0″E Coordinates: 28°01′0″S 153°24′0″E
Time zone AEST (UTC+10:00)
Location 66 km (41 mi) SSE of Brisbane[2]
These are the Gold Coast Suburbs (All of these have a lot of son, surf and the best fun in the south east for surfers
Bonney ( This is a very well-known part of the Gold Coast Australia Queensland )
Broadwater (on the coast) If you are looking for a great place on the Gold Coast in Australia Queensland, you will have a great time and have some serious fun
Burleigh (on the coast)
Coomera (also on the coast )
Currumbin ( the coast )
Gaven
Mermaid Beach ( the coast )
Mudgeeraba (great river on the gold coast )
Southport – This is one of the oldest areas on the Gold Coast
Surfers Paradise ( Probably one of the best holiday areas in Australia and an icon of the Gold Coast )
Theodore
Federal Division(s) (Gold Coast Australia Queensland )

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The Gold Coast is in the Australian state of Queensland

approximately 66 kilometres (41 mi) south-southeast of the state capital Brisbane and immediately north of the border with New South Wales. With a estimated population of 679,127,[1] at June 2018 (including 76,779 in the adjacent Tweed Valley of New South Wales), the Gold Coast is the sixth-largest city in Australia, making it the largest non-capital placeand Queensland’s town

Gold Coast is a major tourist destination

with its sunny subtropical climate and has become widely known for its surfing , high-rise dominated skyline, theme parks, nightlife, and rainforest hinterland. TIts part of the nation’s entertainment industry with television productions and a major film industry. The town hosted the 2018 Commonwealth Games which ran from 4 to 15 April 2018.

The entrance to Surfers Paradise

Burleigh Heads with Surfers Paradise skyline visible on the horizon
consists of 70 kilometres (43 mi) of coastline with some of the most popular surf breaks in Australia including,

South Stradbroke Island,

The Spit,

Main Beach,

Surfers Paradise,

Broadbeach,

Mermaid Beach,

Nobby Beach,

Miami,

Burleigh Beach,

Burleigh Heads,

Tallebudgera Beach,

Palm Beach,

Currumbin Beach,

Tugun,

Bilinga,

Kirra,

 

Coolangatta, Greenmount, Rainbow Bay, Snapper Rocks and Froggies Beach. Duranbah Beach is best known surfing and is often thought of as being part of Gold Coast but is actually just across the New South Wales state border in Tweed Shire.

There are also beaches along many of the Gold Coast’s 860 km (530 mi) of navigable tidal waterways. Popular inland areas include Southport, , Marine Stadium, Currumbin Alley, Tallebudgera Estuary, Jacobs Well, Jabiru Island, Paradise Point, Harley Park Labrador, Santa Barbara, Boykambil and Evandale Lake.
If you want the best experience of a resort built with a beautiful hotel then you don’t have to study hard to find it.

With shimmering drenched sands and great weather you can get epic rises of waves better than anything you can find abroad in regards to the amount of sun

As for iconic destinations for adventure for your family and to live in, or just to get and discover places and destinations close to your heart you cannot do better than stay at the iconic top class hotels

It is great for events, business and is one of the countries with many students looking for better education (especially those who have read in the news that you could rent rooms in the news)

If you want hugs in the Pacific, and need things to fill your day anywhere from sunrise or the current zone, things could not be better than anywhere else in Asia

The coast remains Gold and in Australia Queensland you cannot have a better time than in this world which is full of sun and fun. Everyone knows that the South East offers great study opportunities, but the Gold Coast is still the best for a great time in the world

The Gold Coast has Australia’s larges professional surf lifesaving service to protect people and to promote surf safety throughout the community. The Queensland Department of Primary Industries carries out the Queensland Shark Control Program (SCP) to protect swimmers from sharks.

Sharks are caught by using nets and baited drumlines off the major swimmingareas. Even with the SCP, sharks do range within sight of the patrolled towns. Lifeguards will clear swimmers from the water if it is considered that there is a safety risk.
Is still is to be decided whether it is official that you can get tips situated at the Mercure, which provides premier times and guaranteed fun with glitz

Facts indicate that the book shows that it is the best for fun in the sun on the Gold Coast, especially for online travellers 

If your objective is to have some on the Gold Coast Australia, and a great time in the South East with many study opportunities, then see what this hotel or resort offers from a local point of view

Gold Coast has experienced periods of severe erosion. In 1967, a series of 11 cyclones removed most of the sand from Gold Coast beaches.

The Government of Queensland engaged engineers from Delft University in the Netherlands to advise what to do about the erosion.

The Delft Report was published in 1971 and outlined a series of works for Gold Coast Beaches including Gold Coast Seaway,works at Narrow Neck that resulted in the Northern Gold Coast Protection Strategyand works at the Tweed River that became the Tweed River Entrance Sand Bypassing Project

By 2005 most of the recommendations of the 1971 Delft Report had been implemented. Gold Coast commenced implementation of Protection Strategy but ran into considerable opposition from the community participating in a NO REEF protest campaign.

Gold Coast Council then committed to completing a review of management practices to update the Delft Report. 

The Gold Coast Shoreline Management Plan will be delivered by organisations including the Environmental Protection Agency, Gold Coast and the Griffith Centre for Coastal Management.

Gold Coast is also investing into the quality and capacity of the Gold Coast Oceanway that provides sustainable transport along Gold Coast beaches.[citation needed]

Tourism

Q1, the tallest building in Australia and the tallest residential building upon completion in 2005 (currently the sixth tallest)

The Surfers Paradise Meter Maids were founded in 1965 and have since become an icon of the Gold Coast.

Around 10 million tourists visit the Gold Coast area every year: of 849,114 international visitors, 3,468,000 domestic overnight visitors and 5,366,000 daytrip visitors. Tourism is the region’s biggest industry,  directly contributing more than $4.4 billion into the city economy every year and directly accounting for one in four jobs in the city 

There are approximately 65,000 beds, 60 kilometres (37 mi) 600 kilometres (370 mi) of canal, 100,000 hectares of nature reserve, 500 restaurants, 40 golf courses and five major theme parks in the city. There have been various prospects and proposals raised for even more theme parks.[citation needed]

Gold Coast Airport provides connection across Australia and internationally with airlines including Flyscoot, Jetstar, Qantas, Air New Zealand, Virgin Australia and Airasia X. Brisbane Airport is less than one hour from the centre of Gold Coast, and direct trains operate.

Tourism is Gold Coast City’s main industry, generating a total of $2.5 billion in revenue per annum.[citation needed] The Gold Coast is the most popular tourist destination in Queensland.[53] It is Australia’s 5th most visited destination by international tourists. 

The city has over 13,000 available guest rooms contributing over $335 million to the local economy each year. Accommodation options available range from hostels to five star resorts and hotels.

The most common style of accommodation is three and four star self-contained apartments.[citation needed] Tourist attractions include surf beaches, and theme parks including Dreamworld, Sea World, Wet’n’Wild Water World, Warner Bros. Movie World, WhiteWater World, Topgolf, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, David Fleay Wildlife Park, Australian Outback Spectacular, and Paradise Country.

Since the opening of what was then the highest residential tower in 2005 (it is now the fifth highest), the Q1 building has been a destination for tourists and locals alike. It is the second highest public vantage point in the southern hemisphere after the Eureka Tower in Melbourne.

The observation deck at level 77 is the highest of its kind in Queensland and offers views in all directions, from Brisbane to Byron Bay. It towers over the Surfers Paradise skyline, with the observation deck 230 metres (755 feet) high, and the spire extending nearly another hundred metres up. In total, the Q1 is 322.5 metres (1058 feet) high, making it the tallest building in Australia.

Another famous tourist attraction are the Surfers Paradise Meter Maids, instituted in 1965 to put a positive spin on new parking regulations.

To avoid tickets being issued for expired parking, the Meter Maids dispense coins into the meter and leave a calling card under the windscreen wiper of the vehicle. The Maids are still a part of the Surfers Paradise culture but the scheme is now run by private enterprise.

Chinatown, Gold Coast, is an integral part of the revitalisation of Southport as an international CBD