Luxury Resorts on Australia’s Gold Coast are one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. This region of Queensland also has a large population of over 500,000 and rising. It has become one of the fastest developing parts of the country in the past several decades.
With its average 287 days of bright, sunny weather per year, a subtropical climate with annual average water temperatures of 22°C, temperate and mild winters with warm summers, the Gold Coast is a piece of Australia that you can literally enjoy all year round.
Different Folks and the Locals
The Gold Coast is an ideal destination for tourists, investors, migrants and business travellers, who have all found this part of Australia to be perfect for their needs. If you are organising a business conference or a meeting with partners, the resorts along the Great Barrier Reef are some of the most ideal.
Most people instantly notice the cheery, happy-go-lucky attitude of the locals. Australians are known internationally for their outdoor lifestyle, their focus on conservation and the unbeatable sunshine that seems to make everyone just so happy!
The Cuisine and Activities
When you treat yourself to a luxurious Gold Coast getaway, then you will be able to choose from a huge range of international food in addition to local specialities. The main attraction is often the mountains of seafood available. You will be able to create your own personalized menus from a range of ocean fish, freshwater fish, molluscs, shrimp, crabs, squid and much more. Local Australian delicacies such as kangaroo, crocodile and emu are also a favourite with many visitors.
When it comes to activities, the possibilities along the Gold Coast seem almost endless. You will be able to take part in a wide range of water based sports such as sailing, water skiing, paragliding, surfing, boating, scuba diving, snorkelling and swimming. A glass-bottom boat night tour of the Great Barrier Reef for instance is one magical experience that not many people ever forget their entire lives.
5000 square kilometres of urban, rural and remote areas exist for you to explore in the entire 70km coastline region of the Gold Coast.
Getting There and Accommodation
The Gold Coast region is served by two international airports – the Gold Coast Airport and Brisbane Airport. Flights to every major city in Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Region and the rest of the world depart and arrive on a daily basis all year round.
There are several resorts to choose from, such as the Sofitel Gold Coast Broadbeach hotel, Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort & Spa and the Peppers Broadbeach hotel.
Anzcro is one of the most trusted providers of package tours in the region and will be able to help you find the holiday you are looking for.