Australia’s Southern Gold Coast is located at the southeastern border of Queensland and New South Wales, offering a spectacular gateway to the Sunshine State. With an inviting subtropical climate all year round, the Southern Gold Coast boasts a perfect mix of coastal and hinterland attractions throughout the region.
The Southern Gold Coast is made up of eight iconic beach and inland communities to explore. From the southern tip of Rainbow Bay and Coolangatta up to Currumbin and out through the Currumbin Valley, each village has its own unique culture and charm.
It’s a vibrant destination where people can enjoy a relaxed way of life, amid an impressive array of beachside dining, outdoor activities, nightlife, hinterland escapes and of course, some of the world’s most iconic beaches. Plenty of sunshine and average daily temperatures of 19-29°C in Summer and 11-21°C in Winter make the Southern Gold Coast a desirable destination in any season.
Visitors are spoilt for choice with high quality, affordable accommodation options – ranging from luxurious oceanfront resorts to boutique hideaways, with stunning views of the entire region.
An ideal location for families, the Southern Gold Coast is bursting with family-friendly activities and attractions to keep the whole family entertained. With a thriving events calendar and home to some of the Gold Coast’s biggest events, there’s something for everyone including arts, surfing, culture, adventure, film, music and more.
The entire Southern Gold Coast region is easily accessible from the Gold Coast International Airport, located in the heart of the region at Bilinga. It’s just 30 minutes’ drive to Surfers Paradise and Gold Coast theme parks, 1 hour drive to Brisbane, 40 minutes south to Byron Bay and 1 hour flight to Sydney.
Discover all the region has to offer and enjoy your time on the Southern Gold Coast.