Australia's Gold Coast is famous for it's relaxed laidback lifestyle. Great beachs, highrise buildings reaching for the sky and world heritage listed hinterland rainforests.
The Gold Coast is warm, it's friendly, it's fun and it's where EVERY DAY is a holiday.
It's a place many choose to return to every year for their holiday. It's a drawcard for corporate conventions. It's where many international students come to learn. It's where we want you to come and visit, enjoy the lifestyle, have fun, make new friends.
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 bed spaces, 60 kilometres of beach, 600 kilometres of canal, 100,000 hectares of nature reserve, 500 restaurants, 40 golf courses and 5 major theme parks in the city.
The Gold Coast is a place where anything is possible.
Gold Coast, Australia's premier holiday destination experiences a humid subtropical climate, with mild winters and warm and humid summers. The city experiences substantial summer precipitation mostly concentrated in thunderstorms and heavy showers with rain events occasionally lasting up to a few weeks at time giving residents "the Summer blues", while winter is beautifully sunny, warm, and fairly dry. In fact, it is this pleasant winter weather that both the city and the surrounding coastal region, is named after and internationally renowned for.