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Dreamworld & Whitewater World
Dreamworld a fantastic theme park .. on the Gold Coast. Currently Australia's largest theme park. Thrill rides feature prominently at Dreamworld - View website -

Wet and Wild
Fun for all ages with water slides, leisure pools, subtropical garden .... you can laze in the shallows of the Wave Pool or plunge down a seven-story high Speed Coaster. - View Website -

Movie World
Movie World is a movie related theme park. You are sure to have fun. It has thrilling and gentle rides to suit all ages - View Website -

Sea World
Its an amazing place .. plan for a day out. Marine life wonders, amazing rides, shows and attractions - View Website -

Sea World

The Full Day Brisbane and Sightseeing Tour and Boat Cruise give a good insight of the city and its history.

A Suggestion: Its easy to reach Brisbane by train for the day ... the train stops in the central area.

Byron Bay (NSW)
The full day trip to Byron is enjoyable with coastal views. Byron Bay is famous for its relaxed alternate lifestyle.

Fraser Island
The largest sand island in the world ... well worth a visit. Its a long day but but provides an unforgettable experience.

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Broadwater at the start of the Gold Coast as you drive from Brisbane.

Southport Marina

Broadwater is a lovely area, looking over its calm waters to the spit and the ocean beyond.

An easy drive to Surfers or Main Beach.

Brisbane Airport: Broadwater is approx 87 km - 1 hour. International and Domestic Flights.

Coolangatta Airport:
Broadwater is approx 29 km - 30 minutes. Domestic Flights and Limited International.

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The main areas to stay on the Gold Coast:

These are in the order when you travel from Brisbane ... they all offer miles of golden sands.

Broadwater stretches from Southport to Biggera Waters. The first part of the Gold Coast when driving from Brisbane. A large calm bay looking over towards the spit. - Click to View Accommodation - Click to View Accommodation -

Main Beach
Along the ocean front you find Main Beach. Known for Tedder Avenue with its great restaurants and Sea World. - Click to View Accommodation -

Surfers Paradise
The heart of the Gold Coast. Always busy with the beach and river settings. Be sure to visit famous Caville Avenue. - Click to View Accommodation -

The up market part of the coast. With good restaurants and shopping. Kurrawa beach is know as one of the best family beaches. - Click to View Accommodation -

Burleigh Heads
Sits in a curve in the coastline with a great beach. The town has good facilities for a family holiday. - Click to View Accommodation -

Coolangatta - Tweed Heads
This is on the border of Queensland and NSW. A busy town and entry to the coast. You also have Coolangatta Airport for Gold Coast flights. - Click to View Accommodation -

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Just about an hour away, you have Brisbane the Capital City of Queensland. Its centre with Queen Street and Southbank is worth a visit. - View Brisbane Hotels and Sightseeing -

Sunshine Coast
Depending on the part of the coast, about three hours by car from Surfers. Or Rail is available to Nambour, you will then connect by bus to the a resort town along the coast. Well worth a visit for the day from the Gold Coast.- View Sunshine Coast -

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