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Gold Coast Chinatown

Chinese lanterns

Gold Coast Chinatown is an integral part of the revitalisation of Southport as an international CBD for the Gold Coast. It's a place for the Gold Coast to celebrate its diversity through culture, design, people and food, right in the heart of the CBD. Building on the success of Lunar New Year, the Gold Coast CBD will host five exciting new large-scale events in Southport over the next 12 months.

Keep an eye out for updates on the following family-friendly events that will be held in Chinatown and Nerang Street in Southport:

Events like Lunar New Year, festivals and street parties attract ongoing interest to the Chinatown area from Asian restaurants and retailers who want to establish themselves permanently in Southport.

Should you have any questions please contact the Gold Coast CBD Team.

Location

Getting there

Ride your bike and receive a free bicycle maintenance check and park in one of the many bike racks.

Ride the G: Disembark at the Southport station, Nerang Street.

Public parking is available at the Athol Paterson, Mal Burke and Carey Park car parks.

Visit our City parking map for details.

Use our Eat Safe Gold Coast search tool to find nearby restaurants.

Young boy enjoying Chinatown street markets

Thai Food

Japanese Food

Taste your way through Asia with a selection of cuisine from Malaysia, China, Japan, Korea and more.

Food at the Chinatown street markets

China town music

China town dragon

Experience Asian culture with live music and entertainment.


Sister Cities

City of Gold Coast currently has thirteen Sister City and Partnership City Agreements.

The City, through the Mayor's Office, is working closely with our sister cities and partnership cities to inspire the cultural embellishments of Gold Coast Chinatown. A number of Chinese delegations have visited the City to assist with cultural design ideas for the gateways, street furniture, decorative lighting and public art.

The City has been working with Jining City, which donated a carved statue of the great Chinese philosopher Confucius. The Mayor officially accepted the statue on his recent visit to Jining City, which is the birth place of Confucius.

City of Gold Coast is working closely with other cities to design and donate the Paifang and other public art for the precinct.


Precinct Plan

The Gold Coast Chinatown Precinct Plan includes the streetscape design, retail and events strategies plus investment attraction activities and management.

Download and view the Gold Coast Chinatown Precinct Plan from the Chinatown precinct plans page.

Contact

For more information contact the Gold Coast CBD Team:

Phone: 1300 CBD TEAM (1300 223 832)
Email: cbd@goldcoast.qld.gov.au.

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