|Gold Coast Resorts|
Regions of the Gold Coast.
The Gold Coast is the sixth largest city in Australia and one of the fastest
growing regions in Queensland and Australia. t is among Australia's most
popular family-friendly holiday destinations with it's luxury hotels and resorts.
Gold Coast Resorts
The Gold Coast resorts offer a huge range
of accommodation from five-star international resorts to budget hotels. The
hotels caters for large families with children and also couples who want
to get away for a romantic break.
The attraction of the Gold Coast is the quality Gold Coast Resorts, beachfront esplanades, shopping precincts,
exciting theme parks and numerous restaurants. This region boasts a wealth of
attractions, entertainment, facilities and services for visitors and residents
The Gold Coast Australia has a well developed Regional Botanic Gardens and 2245 parks
covering 20,000 hectares so there is plenty of green space to enjoy along with
a large selection of wildlife and theme parks. The coast of course has plenty
of shopping facilities including major shopping centres, small boutiques, specialty
shops, markets restaurants and cafes offering cuisine from around the world.
On Australia's Gold Coast good food and good wine is complimented with
an ideal climate and beautiful natural settings.
Gold Coast Hotel entertainment
After a full days activities it doesnt stop there... in the evening you can
enjoy the entertainment from hotel nightclubs, restaurants, clubs, hotels and Conrad
Jupiters Casino to Broadway musicals, ballet and theatre.
If it is a holiday by the sea with endless coastal strips and great patrolled
beaches along with large theme parks and fantastic foreshore areas then the
Gold Coast is the place for you.
Set right in the heart of the Gold Coast tourist hub, the Surfers Paradise beach
is always a popular place to cool off. The Surfers beach is ideally situated
close to many hotels on the Gold Coast, highrises, nightclubs, restaurants and shops. The Gold Coast has Australia’s
largest professional lifeguard service to protect the beaches and promote surf
Gold Coast Australia climate
Gold Coast City's climate is sub-tropical with around 287 days of sunshine
annually. The average water temperature of 22 degrees and this ensures that
you have a great chance to enjoy the beaches or that pool by the hotel.
* Average Summer Temperatures: 19 to 29 degrees Celsius
* Average Winter Temperatures: 9 to 21 degrees Celsius
While the Gold Coast Australia is one of the fastest growing regions in Australia,
it remains one of the most bio-diverse, with bushland, marine and freshwater
habitats which are home to more than 1300 animal and 1750 plant species.
The Gold Coast Hotels and resorts remain great value for money and supply a great range of accommodation for all needs.