No Gold Coast beach holiday can be complete without visiting the best beaches in this region. Famous for its perfect golden sand beaches and clear waters that stretch 57 km long, the Gold Coast beaches are equally popular with swimmers and surfers. Don’t believe us? Get a grab of this:

Southport – Broadwater

Southport boasts of Sea World at The Spit, Main Beach. From dolphins to sharks to sea lions, you can make your pick and enjoy their shows. The Spit is also home to some of the most stylish boutiques and elegant waterfront restaurants as well as cafes that make dining a real pleasure. Other things to enjoy include cinemas, retail outlets, pubs, clubs etc.

It is also popular for its wide range of water sports like jet skiing, windsurfing, parasailing and game fishing. You can cruise out into the ocean from Fisherman’s Wharf and enjoy yourself fishing or swimming.

Surfers Paradise – Main Beach

As the name suggests, Surfers Paradise is a ‘paradise’ for surfers. In the heart of the Gold Coast region, this is one of the busiest beaches and offers a wide range of affordable Gold Coast accommodation options that are some of the best in the region. A lavish spread of restaurants, nightclubs, bars, along the waterfront and within a short distance from each other make it a highly fun place to be at. Visit Cavill Mall, Paradise Centre, Tedder Avenue, and the Main Beach through Narrowneck for some pleasure and entertainment!


Only a short few kilometres from Surfers Paradise towards the south lies Broadbeach. Yet another major beach destination, it is one of the safest surf beaches on the coast. The Conrad Jupiter Casino is an all-action zone with restaurants, live stage shows, bars and shopping. Also, the biggest shopping complex, Pacific Fair is located in Broadbeach and has vast range of arcades and stores to quench the hunger of even the most avid shopper.

Other beaches on the Gold Coast include Burleigh Heads, Palm Beach, Coolangatta, Miami Beach and more!.