Our mobility maps provide accessibility information to assist residents and visitors to plan their stay and move around the city safely.
Map information includes the location of accessible toilets, change facilities, accessible car parking spaces, pathway gradients, location of kerb ramps and key buildings and services. Transport information for light rail stations, bus stops and bus routes is also featured.
Supporting information includes images and descriptions of places of interest within the area. Alternative formats of this content are available upon request.
The maps are available for free in printed and electronic versions.
To request a printed copy, contact the Safe and Liveable Communities Branch by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07 5581 6642.
Broadbeach mobility map
The Broadbeach mobility map covers an area bordered by Peerless Avenue to the south and Federation Park on Queensland Avenue to the north. Kurrawa Park and Pratten Park are included.
View the Broadbeach mobility map on Google maps.
Download Broadbeach mobility map(PDF, 5MB)
Burleigh Heads mobility map
Burleigh Heads mobility map covers an area bordered by Ewart Street to the south and Justins Park to the north. James Street and John Laws Park are also included.
View the Burleigh mobility map on Google maps.
Download Burleigh Heads mobility map(PDF, 2MB)
Southport CBD & Broadwater Parklands mobility map
The Southport Central Business District (CBD) and Broadwater Parklands mobility map covers an area bordered by Queen Street to the south and High Street/Stevens Street to the north.
View the Southport CBD and Broadwater Parklands mobility map on Google maps
Download Southport CBD and Broadwater Parklands mobility map(PDF, 4MB)
Surfers Paradise mobility map
The Surfers Paradise mobility map covers an area bordered by Hamilton Avenue to the south, Pandanus Avenue to the north and the Nerang River to the west.
View the Surfers Paradise mobility map on Google maps
Download Surfers Paradise mobility map(PDF, 3MB)
Important map information
The PDF versions of the mobility maps are an exact replica of the printed mobility maps in PDF format.
Google My Maps
The web-based Google My Maps versions of the mobility maps include most of the accessibility information as found on the printed version, presented on an interactive Google map.
You can pinpoint your exact location, as well as access Google Street View and Google data (e.g. local restaurants) within the map area. All mobility map information is also visible if you switch to the Google 'satellite' view (accessed by clicking the square at the bottom left hand corner of the Google map page).
Google My Maps format includes images and descriptions of key places of interest within the map area. Web links to additional information are also available.
Note: pathway gradient information is not listed on the Google My Maps version of the mobility maps.
Internet connectivity is required to view Google maps.
Accessibility is important to us. For assistance with accessing the online versions of the maps and for other formats of the mobility map supporting content, contact Safe and Liveable Communities Branch.
Phone: 07 5581 6642
While every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of this data, the Council of the City of Gold Coast (Council) does not guarantee the accuracy of the information contained in the maps.
Any person using or relying on this information does so on the basis that Council does not bear any responsibility or liability for any errors, faults, defects or omissions on the maps. The details on the maps were accurate at time of publication. However, pathway conditions can change quickly or unexpectedly. Council cannot guarantee the ongoing accuracy of all information.
Indicators on the maps that relate to access for people with disabilities are based on Australian Standards, which may not reflect the requirements of all individual abilities.