Gold Coast Tourism
Goldcoast is discovered by john oxley in 1823 and become a popular holiday destination by 1875 and officially became a city in 1959. Goldcoast is a fun filled destination which has something for the tourists of all ages. Developing in a 414 km of land, the city is inhabited by 591,473 people resulting as the second most populous city in Queensland and 6th most populous city in Australia. Gold coast is one of the fastest growing cities in Australia
Gold Coast is a coastal city in Queensland and located 66 kms south-southeast of the state capital of Brisbane and north of the border with New South wales. Half of the city is covered by forests of various types which includes small patches of near-pristine rainforest, mangrove covered islands and patches of coastal heathlands and farmlands.
Considered as the major holiday destination, goldcoast can be called as las vegas of Australia because of its beautiful beaches, pleasing weather, parks. Long beaches are perfect for swimming and surfing.
Gold Coast is visited by approx. 10 Million people every year: 849,114 international visitors, 3,468,000 domestic overnight visitors and 5,366,000 daytrip visitors