Gold Coast - The place for new experiences

The Gold Coast Awaits... Make it a trip

With 70kms of sprawling coastline and 300 days of sunshine a year, the Gold Coast is a sun-drenched playground waiting to be explored.

Whether you’re visiting by yourself, with colleagues or your family’s joining you for a few days either side, there’s plenty to do and discover on the Gold Coast. Here are four of our favourites:

Relax and rejuvenate – you deserve it!

The Gold Coast has a whole host of spa and wellbeing facilities – take a break, relax and recharge your batteries before getting back to the office.

Take to the water

Whether it’s a relaxing swim, a high-octane trip out on a Jet Ski or something in between, there’s no shortage of water sports to get your pulse racing. Just remember to pack the swimmers!

Watch the whales

There are few things that are as majestic as watching whales May to October up close – and the Gold Coast is one of the best places in the world to do just that,

Enjoy the natural beauty

The Gold Coast is, of course, on the coast – and it’s stunning. But the beauty of the sea often takes attention away the beautiful hinterlands and preserved national parks that are on the doorstep too. Walk, run, cycle – the choice is yours.

For more information, please access Visit

The Hinterland

Located just 30 minutes from the city’s iconic beaches, the beating green heart of the Gold Coast Hinterland is home to the third oldest national park in the world and is a favourite for romantic getaways, featuring a cluster of cosy hideaways, day spas, national parks and waterfalls. A place of breathtaking beauty, Springbrook National Park is situated in the Gold Coast Hinterland and is home to ancient Antarctic beech trees, a host of native wildlife, a range of spectacular lookouts, waterfalls and walking trails.

Weather in Spring
Spring temperatures between September-November are between 14-27 degrees Celsius.

Copyright AILA 2024

Website by Pond Hoppers LTD