RSS Feed

The Gold Coast Offers A Paradise Not Only For Surfers

Posted by Toni on 15th November and posted in Uncategorized

There is no mystery as to the reasons why Surfers Paradise, part of Queensland, Australia, is a popular holiday destination. After all, is the capital of glamor and fun of the island that is ‘down there’, and represents the perfect combination of city and beach lifestyle. But is the diversity of Surfers (as the locals affectionately say) that draws people from all areas and social conditions. There are activities and events to meet and satisfy everyone, from families to backpackers, young students who just finished high school, singles, surfers, honeymooners honeymooners and retirees. Hosts a large number of theme parks and national parks including Dreamworld, Wet’n’Wild Water World, Warner Bros Movie World, Adrenalin Park, Australian Outback Spectacular and Fleays Wildlife Park.

There are also some 53 different tours to choose from whale watching to panoramic views from one day to the interior. is immense, from budget juvenile 5-star hotels. As there is much to do in a limited time, things much easier to choose the correct location. For example, the A1 Crown Towers is located in the heart of Surfers Paradise and from there you can walk to downtown and beaches. Like most tourist destinations, Surfers Paradise offers a vibrant and varied nightlife that caters to all kinds of people. For starters, the restaurant and nightclub Melba’s is a great place to dine and dance, with a clientele of all ages. Rose & Crown, Cocktails & Dreams and The Drink are places recommended for people who enjoy dancing, while for those who prefer to sit and chat with a drink in hand, My Bar is the right place.

Lovers of good food should remain impressed with the wide variety of cuisine on offer. The streets and hotels are full of cafes and restaurants offering world-class culinary experiences. A restaurant that is currently on the crest of the wave is, where the chef with two Michelin stars Boughenout Meyjitte serves amazing French and Australian contemporary creations to complement a wine list with over 600 options. Those who enjoy shopping will also feel in paradise. Believe it or not, Surfers is the only Queensland business district open 7 days a week until late, with 14 centers and malls that offer retail and duty free. Those who enjoy a more local experience should visit Beachfront Markets, which open every Wednesday and Friday from 17:30 to 22:00 h. Indeed, known as Surfers Paradise in Gold Coast, has something for all who visit. The climate is subtropical year round, is near the Brisbane Airport (only an hour away) and is so convenient for tourists as it can be an Australian city.


Comments are closed

Powered By Wordpress || Designed By @ridgey28