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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.
Backpackers love the Gold Coast. The best part is making new friends along the way. Here's a guide to the best places to meet other travellers on the Gold Coast.
There's plenty of free fun things to do on the Gold Coast without reaching into your back pocket. yTravel gives a list of free things to do on the Gold Coast
yTravel list all the best spots to get together for a barbecue on the Gold Coast.
Whether you’re visiting on holidays or live here, taking the kids to the playground is one of the best free things to do on the Gold Coast. Here are our top 5 favourites so far stretching from Southport in the north, to Coolangatta in the south.
There are new eateries opening up, and still the old faithfuls as well. It’s slightly dangerous for our waistlines and our budgets. The food here is amazing and best of all – it keeps getting better and better.
Queensland’s Gold Coast is famous for its theme parks but we hadn’t taken the kids to them for a few years, so it was time to hit the road and give the kids a big old adrenaline fix.
They say a picture paints a thousand words, but to capture the essence of the Gold Coast, you need a lot more than that!
We simply love exploring new places by foot. Whether it’s finding a hidden beach or back street cafe or hiking to the top of a scenic hill, you can experience so much more just by wandering around.
Located in the South East of Queensland, the Gold Coast is a real favourite destination for family holidays, as it has a wonderful sub-tropical climate, plus there are heaps of things to do to keep you and the kids entertained to ensure you have the best family holiday.