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Palm Beach is the latest emerging dining precinct of the Gold Coast. The once sleepy suburb is now the new destination for discriminating diners.
When people think of the Gold Coast they think beaches. Theme Parks. High rises. While these tourist attractions are certainly appealing, the real Gold Coast can only be discovered by meeting it’s locals.
No visit to the Gold Coast would be complete without getting on, into or at least near the water. But there's more to a beach holiday than lazing about with a bucket-and-spade.
Landscape photographer, Gareth McGuigan, shares a list of his favourite waterfalls in the Gold Coast hinterland.
The Gold Coast has a rich and colourful history. Here are six interesting facts you may not have known about the GC!
There are so many vantage points from which to catch the sun rising or taking its last gasp on the Gold Coast and they’re well worth the wake and wait.
The beaches on the southern end of the Gold Coast are world-class and there are some amazing coastal cafes and restaurants to suit.
While most commonly known for its golden sands and green hinterland, there are many colours that signify the vibrancy and natural beauty of the Gold Coast.
Whether you're staying near South Stradbroke Island, the southern end of the coast, or in between at Burleigh - there are stacks of fun and affordable activities the whole family will enjoy.
Renowned cyclist Robbie McEwen says the wide range of riding opportunities here on the Coast sets it apart from a lot of other places. Here are his favourite two rides...
There are loads of activities to keep you entertained on the Gold Coast - rain, hail or shine!
Glamping on the Gold Coast is a fantastic way to step back from the excess’ and complications of modern life. Immersing yourself in nature and sleeping under the stars no longer means having to sacrifice on comfort...
If you have a tinny, a kayak or just want to walk down the beach with a rod there’s a place for you to go fishing on the Gold Coast.
Step beyond Cavill Avenue and south towards Broadbeach, Mermaid Beach, Burleigh... all the way down to Kirra for some sassy southern suburbs of the Gold Coast.