About Gold Coast
The Gold Coast is much more than the beach, famed for its ‘glitter strip’ of Surfers Paradise and the vast beaches that make up its coastline, this region has a far more diverse array of things to see and do.
Away from the glitz and glamour of the surf strip, the greenery of the lush Hinterland area is an underrated part of the region with amazing cascading waterfalls, glow worm caves, bush walks and much more, with vineyards and villages which populate this verdant landscape.
Marine and aquatic activities are aplenty throughout the 57km worth of coastline on the Gold Coast; whether it’s fishing, jet boating, scuba diving, or a cruise on one of its many waterways, water-lovers will be in their element here. The Gold Coast boasts two universities Bond University and Griffith University, where you can select an academic program and campus setting to suit your needs.
Points of Interest
- City Centre
- Bond University
- Southern Cross University
- Griffith University
The Gold Coast has 70 Km of coastline
The Gold Coast is home to more than 1800 recorded species of native plants and more than 700 recorded species of native animals
The Gold Coast is home to the largest subtropical rainforest remnant in the world