The Gold Coast, Australia’s answer to Miami, has always been a touristic centre and became a real city in 1959. Today it is home to 500,000 inhabitants and growing quickly.
Surfer’s Paradise is the centre of the Gold Coast and offers nightlife and a busy commercial centre. The Gold Coast is a long, thin city: 80 kilometres of golden sandy beaches. The Gold Coast boasts a modern skyline, with spectacular skyscrapers as well as dozens of theme parks, great nightlife and lots of sport.
There’s a holiday atmosphere, and a lot of job opportunities in the hospitality (hotels, bars, restaurants, shops etc.) thanks to the many Australian and foreign tourists.
The Gold Coast climate is sub-tropical: hot summers and mild winters, and more than 300 days of sunshine a year.
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