Gold Coast & Surfers Paradise
Glamorous lifestyles, adventure-filled locations and 70 kilometres (43 miles) of extraordinary beaches make the Gold Coast one of Australia’s most exciting destinations.
WHAT TO DO & SEE ON THE GOLD COAST
HOW TO GET AROUND THE GOLD COAST
The Greyhound bus to the Gold Coast will drop you in the heart of Surfers Paradise (10 Beach Road), Southport (34-36 Railway Street) or Bilinga (Golden Four Drive opposite the Gold Coast Airport), depending which stop you choose.
Once you arrive on the Gold Coast, you’ll find that the perfect weather, scenic beaches and plentiful walking and cycling trails will make it tempting to get everywhere you need to go on foot or on a bicycle – but, with the Coast stretching on as long as it does, that won’t always be possible.
The Gold Coast’s public transport system is based primarily around buses and the G:link light rail network.