About Gold Coast

Gold Coast is a city on the Pacific coast of Queensland, Australia, with a population of 569,997 (2016), bordered by Brisbane to the north and Tweed Heads to the south in New South Wales.

Gold Coast City is now the sixth largest city in Australia and an internationally famous tourist city, its coastal scenery and mountain scenery attract many new immigrants and tourists from all over the world. It also leads the world in cultural and creative industries, fisheries, urban planning, information construction, motor racing, water sports and biotechnology.

Scenic Spot

1. Q1 Building

Q1 Building is the tallest building in Oceania and was once the tallest purely residential building in the world (now the Princess Tower in Dubai).

2. Surfers' Paradise

Gold Coast Central Business District

3. Warner Brod. Movie World

4. Dreamworld

5. Wet-n-Wild Water World

6. Wildlife Currumbin Sanctuary

7. Springbrook National Park

8. Burleigh Head National Park

9. Tamborine Mountain


The city of Gold Coast has 57 kilometres of coastline, including some of the most popular surfing in Australia and the world,
These include South Stradbroke Island, Surfers' Paradise, Palm Beach, Coolangatta and more.

Q1 Building

Wild West Falls
at Warner Bros. Movie
World, Queensland, Australia

Many surf and
watersports schools


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