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Gold Coast is a city in southeastern Queensland, on the east coast of Australia.

It’s also the the second most populous city within the state of Queensland. Couples and families who enjoy spending lots of time outside will love almost everything the Gold Coast can offer them. From wild water parks to beautiful national parks, the Gold Coast has plenty of outdoor activities which perfectly suite its tropical climate. People of all ages can enjoy golf courses, theme parks, beaches with great surfing waves, plus loads of great shopping from this one amazing city. Visitors who plan to travel during the winter months should expect warm temperatures, while those traveling during the summer can expect a much hotter and humid climate. Another great thing about the Gold Coast is the variety of different cultures tourists can experience, all from just one location. Tourists can really feel the culture in this city by listening to music, seeing precious art, watching a football or rugby sports event, or even going to one of its infamous local festivals. The Gold Coast has it’s own national rugby team called the Gold Coast Titans, while it also features a number of yearly music events including Big Day Out, Good Vibrations Festival, and Summafieldayze. It’s the perfect place to bring your family for holiday, and below we’ve listed some of the hottest attractions to see while you’re visiting Gold Coast, Australia!

Gold Coast Natural Attractions
Lamington National Park
Springbrook National Park
Tallebudgera Creek
Tamborine National Park
Snapper Rocks
Burleigh National Park

Gold Coast Man-Made Attractions
Sea World Gold Coast
Warner Bro. Movie World
Broadbeach, Queensland
Burleigh Heads
West’n’Wild Gold Coast
SkyPoint Observation Deck
WhiteWater World
David Fleay Wildlife Park

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