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.
Night bites, quirky cafes, hatted restaurants, street food, alfresco wine bars and craft beer tap houses - the renaissance of the Gold Coast culinary scene is in fine form
Heading to the coast for the day from Brisbane can be more than heading into the surf for the day. Although there are plenty of stunning beaches to choose from, there are also stunning scenic views that can be best seen when driving.
Here are a few of the best Surf Clubs on the Gold Coast, offering ice cold beverages and unforgettable views.
The Gold Coast is renowned for having a solid coffee scene and a variety of amazing food spots. Although it’s hard to narrow it down to the best, there are some great cafes which stand out amongst the rest.