Gold Coast, Australia

Gold Coast, Australia

The Gold Coast is a large urban area with a population of half million, administered by the Gold Coast City Council. A lot of tourists believe the high buildings and crowds of Surfers Paradise make the Gold Cost an overdeveloped ‘tourist trap’. Truth is, most of these buildings are local residential. The city also has many services and industries not directly related to tourism. The Gold Coast, that visitors are more familiar with, stretches along the coastal suburbs from Paradise Point to Tweed Heads (about 35km). Surfers Paradise, towards the northern end, is ideal for active vacation.
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