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Superb weather, stunning landscapes and a vibrant stylish lifestyle - in a city that delivers all of life's little luxuries here are a few essentials you might need to know about how to get here.

Visitor information

Gold Coast Tourism manages visitor information centres at Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Airport and Harbour Town Shopping Centre.

Trained staff are available to assist with accommodation sales, tours, event information and general enquiries.

For visitor information centre locations and contact details, see


The Gold Coast enjoys a sub-tropical climate. The region receives an average of 10 hours of sunshine a day for approximately 300 days per year; with an average summer temperature measuring 19–29 degrees Celsius and an average winter temperature measuring 9–21 degrees Celsius.

Tourist parks

Gold Coast Tourist Parks are an ideal holiday getaway. We have seven parks located near some of the best beaches on the Gold Coast. Visit the Gold Coast Tourist Parks website for locations, rates, special offers and bookings.

Getting here

Getting around

Visit our traffic and transport pages to find out about public transport and parking on the Gold Coast, along with other transport options such as cycling and pedestrian networks.

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