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Why visit Gold Coast
The beaches of the Gold Coast offer a summer like no other with stunning white sands and near perfect swells for surfing and swimming. There are so many iconic landmarks and attractions that attract millions of people from all over the world seeking to catch the thrills. It's also the perfect place to join the party thanks to the vibrant nightlife full of fun at nightclubs, bars and pubs which are mostly located within a short distance to one another.
When to visit Gold Coast
When you combine temperature, events, school holidays, pricing and more, it's our recommendation that the April to May period is the best time of year to visit the Gold Coast. During this time the temperature will still be warm but not scorching and the beaches will not be as crowded. But if you want the authentic Gold Coast experience, the summer months (December to February) will guarantee temperatures in the high twenties and sunshine for the most part.
Getting around Gold Coast
The Gold Coast is serviced by trains, buses, taxis and ferries, along with plenty of self-drive options to help you get around. For a more slow and scenic view, the tram service can take you from Helensvale all the way to Broadbeach South. Just make sure you have a Go concession card to save on fares.
Things to do in Gold Coast
Surfers Paradise is the premier beach destination on the Gold Coast and connects a beautiful beach with shopping and dining precincts. This area is also host to a spectacular nightlife, filled with exquisite dining, lively nightclubs and an awesome pub culture. Take a trip up to Tamborine Mountain and discover idyllic bush walks, wineries, treetop adventures and even gemstone fossicking! Then, you have the major theme parks, including Movie World, Dreamworld, SeaWorld and Wet'n'Wild and whether you're visiting the Gold Coast theme parks with younger family members, looking for easy-going fun, or you're with older kids and grown ups who can't wait to feel the wind in their hair as they fly through the air, there is some fun to be had by all.
Where to eat and drink in Gold Coast
Only on the Gold Coast can you visit where five-star feasting means dusting the sand from your feet and surfers wipe their boards while sipping lattes at sunrise. No matter where you are, you'll find something to satisfy you, from Burleigh's perennially popular rooftop bars to fine dining at Broadbeach and repurposed venues in Surfers.
Where to stay in Gold Coast
Finding accommodation is effortless when you choose from a wide range of Accor hotels on the Gold Coast. You will also discover Accor Hotels in Coolangatta, Broadbeach, Surfers Paradise, Southport and Carrara.