The history of Gold Coast Tourist places begins from the Australian gold rush in the 19th century. Many buildings were also built during this period and still stand today, such as art deco office blocks and theatres. Gold Coasts is famous for theme parks and beaches. There are many famous tourist attractions, beaches, theme parks, and events tourists can visit on the Gold Coast.
The historical cities of Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach offer an Australian cultural experience. The city has a small but good range of shops showcasing the best of fashion, art, and home furnishings. Palm Beach offers a slightly quieter and relaxed environment than the other two cities with its broad beach and parklands.
The Gold Coast is now regarded as one of the world's most renowned tourist destinations. Several tourists from around Australia and those from overseas visit the Gold Coast to enjoy sun, sand, and water activities.
Surfers Paradise is a famous beach which has many nightclubs and restaurants located near the beach. The other renowned Tourist spots are Broadbeach, Southport, Coolangatta, Burleigh Heads, Main Beach, etc. There are also other places you can visit on the Gold Coast, such as Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Queensland Zoo, Beerwah, Australian Outback Spectacular, Sea World, etc. Moreover, some casinos are located on the Gold Coast that you can visit while you are here. The most famous one is Jupiters Casino which has two hotel towers.
The approximate flying time between Sydney and the Gold Coast in a private jet by AeroJetServices is 45 minutes. You can enjoy the luxurious services while enjoying the magnificent aerial views of beautiful landscapes and buildings.
- Bathurst Airport, YBTH
- Sydney Bankstown Airport, YSBK
- Camden Airport, YSCN
- Nowra Airport, YSNW
- Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport, YSSY
- Newcastle Airport, YWLM
- Shellharbour Airport, YWOL
- RAAF Base Amberley, YAMB
- Brisbane International Airport, YBBN
- Gold Coast Airport, YBCG
- Ballina Byron Gateway Airport, YBNA
- Lismore Airport, YLIS