About Gold Coast
The Gold Coast is a coastal city in Queensland, Australia, about 41 miles south of Brisbane and north of the border with New South Wales. The Gold Coast is the sixth-largest city in Australia with an estimated population of 679,127 (including 79,001 in the adjacent Tweed Valley of New South Wales, making it Australia’s largest non-capital city and Queensland’s second-largest city. The Gold Coast is a major tourist destination with subtropical climate and known for world-class surfing beaches, theme parks, nightlife and rainforest hinterland. The city is part of the nation’s entertainment industry with tv productions and a major film industry.