The Gold Coast is Australia’s premier destination for both local and international tourists. This is not just because of its 287 days of warm, bright sunshine. It is also due to the unlimited activities, attractions and tours this gorgeous place offers.
Once you start exploring this wonderful place, it would be hard to stop. If you are visiting for the first time, here are some activities that can give you the best combination of both enjoyment and value for your money.
Visit a Theme Park
Gold Coast is the theme park capital of Australia and draws millions of visitors each year. Each variety presents a different form of entertainment, from meeting your favourite celebrities and superheroes in Warner Bros. Movie World to getting under the sea in Sea World.
You may also want to experience the highest, fastest and most impressive rides in the awe-inspiring Dreamworld.
There’s always something new to try in theme parks and the food that greets you in different locations is also worth trying. Even just hanging out in Gold Coast coffee shops offers a unique experience.
Tour the Gold Coast Hinterland
Gold Coast Hinterland offers an amazing display of nature. You can start with the Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk which showcases the beauty of the lush rainforest in a safe and exciting way. Get underground—visit a spectacular man-made cave filled with thousands of glow worms.
Take the 100 plus TreeTop challenges and have the ultimate adventure experience. Lastly, relax, taste and enjoy some of Queensland’s finest wines in Cedar Creek Estate Vineyard and Winery.
Surf the Waves
Gold Coast takes pride in having some of Australia’s best, most consistent waves so it’s easy to see why it is home to a city called Surfers Paradise. If you’ve just started to surf, this is the ideal place to master your skills. There are a number of surf schools you can sign up with.
After just a few brief guidelines, your instructor will take you to the water to catch your first wave. If this is not your first time surfing, paddle across the Gold Coast Seaway to South Stradbroke Island to discover some of the most consistent breaks in Queensland.
With a million things to do and discover on the Gold Coast, surely one trip is not enough. So long as you keep seeking fun and adventure, it’s a safe bet that you’ll keep on coming back for more.