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Places to Go on Your Gold Coast Holiday

Glass Dining Lounge Bar

There’s nothing quite as relaxing as a long glass of sea water with your best friends. Whether you’re looking for a quiet getaway or just want to share the warmth of the sun with a dear friend, a glass of wine and a relaxing game of cards is always a great time. But if you’re on the lookout for something a little more exciting to make your next holiday extra special, why not try a Glass Dining & Lounge Bar? With its unobtrusive design, the Gold Coast can be experienced as a place where you relax, rather than work. Set in the coastal suburb of Southport, this glass-bottomed bar offers plenty of space to sit back, look around and enjoy the scenery.

 

What is it about the Gold Coast that makes it such a popular holiday destination? Perhaps, its sandy beaches, pristine ocean water or laid back lifestyle. Or perhaps it’s the abundance of restaurants and cafes that have made it a Gold Coast tourist favourite. Whatever the reason, there are many things to do and places to go in this beautiful region. Here’s a handy guide to help you discover the Gold Coast.

 

Maroochyong Beach. If you’re looking for somewhere truly exotic, Maroochyong Beach is ideal. Located in the serene Pacific Ocean about 25 kilometres from Surfers Paradise, this beach is perfect for swimming, snorkelling, surfing and beachcombing. If you’re a photographer then the Jetstar Tours Company may arrange a photo opportunity with you.

 

Burleigh Heads. Located on the northern end of the famous Surfers Paradise Highway, Burleigh Heads is another excellent option for a relaxing drink and some sun. This is a fun place where you can enjoy the stunning Pacific Ocean views while sipping on cold coffee and watching the boats load up with tourists. There are plenty of cafes, boutiques, pubs and lounge bars here so you can easily get yourself involved in the local culture.

 

Broadwater Fishing Club. If you’re looking for a place to start your Gold Coast holiday, Broadwater Fishing Club is a great choice. Set against the stunning background of the crashing surf the fishing club offers an all-you-can-eat buffet, a cocktail bar and a wonderful array of freshly caught seafood. With a range of freshly caught seafood dishes on their menu you can choose your favourite kind, whether it’s grilled squid or tuna sushi and be sure to try the famous Broadwater Chips.

 

Surfers Paradise. If you love the sand, the sun and the sea then Surfers Paradise is perfect for you. Located on the south-east of the popular Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise features some of the most stunning beaches in Australia including Paradise Creek, Palm Beach, Nobby Beach and the famous North Head Beach. This area is home to a wide variety of accommodation as well as a large number of nightclubs that will have you dancing into the night. The Surfers Paradise Hotel is a great option for staying in Gold Coast.

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