Location – GOLD COAST
Stretching along 57 kilometres of stunning coastline, the City of Gold Coast is best known for its surf, sand and sunshine, bordered by its lush hinterland.
Our natural beauty, relaxed lifestyle and ideal location make the Gold Coast one of the most unique cities in which to live and work.
Gold Coast Beach
The city consists of 57 kilometres of coastline with some of the most popular surf breaks in Australia and the world including, South Stradbroke Island, The Spit, Main Beach, Surfers Paradise, Broadbeach, Mermaid Beach, Nobby Beach, Miami, Burleigh Beach, Burleigh Heads, Tallebudgera Beach, Palm Beach, Currumbin Beach, Tugun, Bilinga, Kirra, Coolangatta, Greenmount, Rainbow Bay, Snapper Rocks and Froggies Beach.
Duranbah Beach is one of the world’s best known surfing beaches and is often thought of as being part of Gold Coast City, but is actually just across the New South Wales state border in Tweed Shire. The official name for the beach is Flagstaff Beach. Duranbah is a small town located about 12 kilometres southwest of the beach, but the name Duranbah Beach has become its accepted (if not official) identity.
There are also beaches along many of the Gold Coast’s 860 km of navigable tidal waterways. Popular inland beaches include Southport, Budds Beach, Marine Stadium, Currumbin Alley, Tallebudgera Estuary, Jacobs Well, Jabiru Island, Paradise Point, Harley Park Labrador, Santa Barbara, Boykambil and Evandale Lake.
Miami on the Gold Coast
Miami is a southern beachside suburb of the Gold Coast.
It is popular for its laid back lifestyle and beautiful beach. The Gold Coast Highway runs through the middle of the suburb and the Hollywood-style Miami High sign lets everyone know where they are. The suburb is well serviced with motels and holiday apartments for visitors.