Defined by its spectacular beaches, hinterland ranges, forests, waterways and vibrant communities, the Gold Coast is an outstanding global city which is proudly looking towards the future. Join our online community and use this website to access information about the services offered by the City of Gold Coast for residents, visitors and businesses.
Spend a free morning out with all the family, as well as your dog, and join a healthy walk and morning tea in the park.
Glamolicious Pink High Tea is a fundraiser in support of the McGrath Foundation.
Main Beach Tedder Avenue presents this fabulous community event filled with music, entertainment, food, wine and Christmas spirit.
Enjoy your favourite carols under the stars with activities for the whole family. Bring your chair or rug and settle in for a wonderful evening celebrating the Spirit of Christmas.
fRETfEST provides live performance opportunities for singer songwriters at every level of development, from emerging amateur to professional artist as well as bands.
The Mummy Tree Markets provide quality, unique products and services which are notmass produced or easily found in shops.
10:30 AM - Friday, 29 November 2013
City of Gold Coast has reopened Saltwater Creek to all recreational water use following good water quality test results that came through this morning.
5:10 PM - Wednesday, 27 November 2013
City of Gold Coast is in the final stages of restoration works following a sewage spill at Hope Island earlier this week.
9:35 AM - Wednesday, 27 November 2013
City of Gold Coast has repaired a leaking sewer main at Hope Island that had collapsed on the corner of Hope Island Road and Riverleigh Drive.
1:00 PM - Tuesday, 26 November 2013
City of Gold Coast wishes to advise residents in the Hope Island area that Gold Coast Water crews are currently responding to a collapsed sewer main on the corner of Hope Island Road and Riverleigh Drive.
2:00 PM - Monday, 25 November 2013
Runaway Bay youth now have a vibrant community space where they can meet, connect and interact, with the opening of the $2.5 million Runaway Bay Youth Centre.
8:00 AM - Monday, 25 November 2013
City of Gold Coast has re-opened Currumbin Creek to all recreational water use following good water quality test results that came through on Saturday morning.
Mayor and Councillors
Our city highlights
Restoring our city's 'have a go' spirit
Over the next 12 months our focus will turn to creating new opportunities for Gold Coasters, and leaving a great legacy for future generations. With a sound economy and unrivalled lifestyle, our city is one of the best places in Australia to live, learn and have the pick of fulfilling careers.