02 May Gold Coast
On Australia’s east coast lies a metropolitan region south of Brisbane famous for its long sandy beaches and surfing spots. It’s home to the much-loved theme parks such as Dreamworld, Sea World and Wet’n’Wild. Also, there are many inland, hiking trails crisscross Lamington National Park’s mountain ridges and valleys, which are home to rare birds and rainforest.
Burleigh Heads an inner coastal suburb of the Gold Coast is hip and happening and is home to one of the best surf beaches on the coast, along with plenty of trendy bars, cafés and restaurants to explore.
Chevron Island & Budds Beach
Chevron Island is an urban island lying on the Nerang River neighbouring the suburb of Surfers Paradise in the City of Gold Coast. Within a few hundred metres lies a small riverfront beach with a jetty, a playground and a local cafe.
A seaside resort on Gold Coast known for its high-rise skyline and Surfers Paradise Beach. Along Cavill Avenue are shops, cafes and lively nightclubs. The towering Q1 building, with its SkyPoint observation deck, offers panoramic ocean and city views.