Australia Travel Hotels

Gold Coast

Famous for its Surfers Paradise Beach and other attractions, the Gold Coast is a 70-km stretch of sand on the Pacific shore that is one of Australia’s most popular places to visit. For your stay in Gold Coast, we recommend the following hotels:




Destination Highlights

Foreigners and Aussies flock to the Gold Coast, south of Brisbane, for a variety of reasons. In addition to the beaches, they enjoy lush forests, nightclubs, amusement parks, restaurants and shops. This subtropical region features gardens, vineyards, rainforests, rivers and waterfalls. The Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk provides spectacular views of natural wonders. O’Reilly’s Tree Top Walk, which charges no admission fee, has suspension bridges and observation decks from which trees, vines, ferns, orchids and wildlife may be seen from above. Touring the Tamborine Mountain Glow Worm Caves is an underground adventure through a system of tunnels and large rooms. The kids will want to spend some time at the area’s theme parks. The family can go cruising, surfing jet boating or quad biking. To visit that places you can try the Top Rated Hotel Meriton Suites Broadbeach.

Travel Tips

Tourists often arrive at Brisbane Airport or Coolangatta’s Gold Coast Airport. Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Australia provide flights to both locations. It takes less than 90 minutes to drive,using the best Car Rental Service, from Brisbane Airport to the Gold Coast. The Queensland Rail offers electric train service from Brisbane, and NSW TrainLink connects Sydney with the Gold Coast.

If you want to stay near to Brisbane Airport you have many options, for example:




The best way to get around is the Gold Coast Light Rail, which connects with the train from Brisbane. Riders may purchase “Go Card” tickets from vending machines for the rail service or the city’s Surfside Buslines. Taxis, rental cars and bicycles are also available. Temperatures vary little throughout the year in the Gold Coast, with average highs of 29 degrees Celsius in January and 21 degrees in July. Rain is more frequent in winter. The average cost of visiting the area is AU$128 per day, which includes $32 for meals and $163 for a two-person motel room.

 

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