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.
As we drive up the winding road from the glittering Gold Coast to O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat, I know this won’t be a traditional retreat for us because we’ve got an action-packed day and night planned.
The Gold Coast is such an incredible place to explore, so why should your four-legged friend miss out? Fortunately they don’t have to.
Flights to the Gold Coast from all parts of the world are now in abundance, with direct China flights between Wuhan and the Gold Coast even added to the mix.
The fresh flavours of Gold Coast are a testament to the locally sourced produce and the excellent calibre of chefs throughout the city's restaurants and eateries.
On South Stradbroke Island, home to Couran Cove Island Resort, you can just walk or ride your bike unencumbered and chill to the beat of your own drum.