Gold Coast Accommodation and Travel Guide

One of the most popular and most visited cities in Queensland, the Gold Coast is an attractive, hip, and relaxed city offering several activities that one can enjoy. Gorgeous beaches, majestic scenery as well as world-class resorts and cafes can be discovered in the town. It is the ideal town if one wants to take a long walk or to ride a bike because the town prides itself of beautiful sights. The following article is designed to provide a basic accommodation and travel guide for those who would want to travel and visit the Gold Coast.

Population
The Gold Coast is the 6th largest town of Australia. Its population is more than 751,000 and it is visited by over 10.5 million foreign visitors every year continues to become Australia’s number one holiday location. The Gold Coast has both a domestic and international airport, so it can be easily reached from all over the globe. The Australian dollar is the currency used and foreigners can change their cash in a few agencies throughout the city.

Climate
The Gold Coast’s climate is really temperate, meaning the weather is nice all year long, with temperature averages from 17 to 26 degrees Celsius. This means that there are generally no extreme temperatures, so if a person travels in an off-peak season, they are probably going to still experience pleasant weather which is still acceptable for the beach!

When to Visit
The top seasons are during the summertime of Nov to January, when tourists wish to spend the Yuletide or New Year Holidays. The other favored travel periods are during Easter and the all though September and October when Australian kids enjoy school holidays. The city’s cultural season is going full tilt on the months of September to Jan when many festivals and events are held. Airlines, hostels and restaurants are cheaper and less crowded in the off-peak seasons and there also are some appealing events going on in this time of the year.

Where to Eat
Tourists visiting the Gold Coast will not be disappointed by the wide range of cuisine available, with restaurants found on each corner. The Gold Coast boasts of a mix of chic cafes and restaurants. The primary location to eat and be seen is Tedder Avenue in Main Beach, where about 30 top restaurants and bars sit side-by-side on either side of the street. Surfers Paradise has more places to eat, but they’re scattered across broader geography and there is no specific dining ‘strip ‘. Another area worth checking out is the Broadbeach CBD, as it has a good range of delicious dining options, but further down the coast the restaurants become fewer and further between.

What to See
The Gold Coast offers a good range of attractions – from wonderful beaches and resorts to theme parks. Theme parks like Dreamworld, Sea World, and the Warner Brothers. Picture World are only some family favorites. Other attractions that bring you closer to nature are O’Reilly’s Vineyard, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, and David Fleay’s Wildlife Park.

On the other hand, if you are looking for a relaxing holiday and don’t feel a bit like touring around, resorts such as the Chevron Renaissance in Surfers Paradise give holiday makers the perfect solution for a relaxing summer holiday, with all the facilities of the resort coupled with the sandy beaches within walking distance.

Where to stay
Adding to the sights and views that holiday makers look forward to when visiting the Gold Coast, the first class and modern lifestyle accommodation is a must to experience. The Gold Coast has been famous for putting together luxury and price as well as comfort and style. There is a wide selection of Gold Coast accommodation that offers classy furnishings inside full security buildings and undercover parking. Resorts such as the Chevron Renaissance boast expansive pools, sub-tropical gardens, manicured lawns and a walking distance to the Gold Coast’s wonderful beaches.