3) Gold Coast is more than just a city
The Gold Coast has developed into a diverse, urbane, forward-thinking city, located on the edge of the Asia Pacific Rim with access to two International Airports. The main attraction of the Gold Coast are the beaches, including the world-renowned stretch of sand at Surfers Paradise. But beyond the beaches, there are new experience waiting at every turn on the Gold Coast. The city offers a vibrant mix of shopping, accommodation, theme parks, restaurants, entertainment and events, along with an abundance of natural attractions.
Behind the city, fascinating vast beaches and breathtaking pristine rainforest sceneries awaits. Experience walking at the treetop walkway, skywalk at the Tamborine Rainforest and dive into the Springbrook National park. Also, didn’t I say, Gold Coast has the biggest and best theme parks in the city? Yes, huge theme parks that children of all age will surely enjoy, plus a booming culinary scene with the hundreds of restaurants, cafes and bars open until midnight. Choose water activities from paradise jet boating, whale watching, jetpack flyboard activities, seaworld cruises and stand up paddleboard. These are just few reasons why millions of visitors flock to the Gold Coast every year.