Gold Coast Activities

From the iconic Surfers Paradise beach to the sophisticated dining precincts of Main Beach and Broadbeach and out to the lush, green Hinterland, there's a new experience waiting for you at every turn on the Gold Coast.

Theme parks, world-renowned beaches, and year-round sunshine are just a few of the reasons 10.5 million visitors flock to this vibrant city each year - a destination which is as scenic and peaceful as it is fast paced and active.

Main Beach

Main Beach is located just north of the Gold Coast in Surfers Paradise and boasts a sophisticated, yet casual, beach lifestyle.

Surfers Paradise

Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast is one of Australia's most iconic - not to mention, most celebrated - holiday destinations.

Broadbeach

Broadbeach, south of Surfers Paradise is a precinct full of cafes, restaurants, retailers and is a friendly beachfront.

Burleigh Heads

Acclaimed for its beachside village vibe, Burleigh Heads is dotted with an array of excellent cafes.

Coolangatta

This southern entertainment hub with restaurants, cafes, and bars is surrounded by some of the best surf beaches.

Surfers Paradise

Colloquially known as the 'Glitter Strip' visitors find the most fun is to be had in the sun-soaked sand and warm clear waves.

Broadbeach

Home to one of the most pristine beaches in the world, Broadbeach is perfectly located close to restaurants, cafes, shops.

Main Beach

Main Beach is a stylish and wealthy beachside area, offering a wide range of attractions.

Currumbin

Currumbin is a photographer's paradise with spectacular views both north and south. With numerous vantage points.

Coolangatta

Coolangatta boasts some of the region's most beautiful beaches and best surfing.

Burleigh Heads

Burleigh Heads offers some fabulous scenery, a range of wildlife, as well as more beaches.

Palm Beach

At the southern end of the Gold Coast, lies a beautiful stretch of sand called Palm Beach. Stretching for kilometers.

South Stradbroke Island

South Stradbroke Island is a sand island near Southport on the Gold Coast. In fact, South Stradbroke is only 200 meters.

Snapper Rocks

Without a doubt, this is the Gold Coast's most popular surf beach. It has consistently favorable conditions for boardriders.

Kirra Beach

This famous part of the Gold Coast is not as spectacular for surfers as it was in its heyday, largely due to the extensive.