Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Surfers Paradise Beach, Australia

Surfers Paradise is a suburb on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. Surfers Paradise Beach is one of the most iconic beaches in the world - as recognised by both the Discovery Channel & Lonely Planet. 3 kilometers of golden beach on the doorstep of the Pacific Ocean, it’s the perfect place to chill out & soak up some rays, go for a swim, catch a wave, stroll or jog, or just kick back & people watch. Come & enjoy the great vibe with locals & tourists embracing the very best of seaside culture.

In the 21st century, the city is now the pulsing heart of one of the biggest tourism machines in the Southern Hemisphere. Surfers Paradise is home to many attractions, with everything from bungee jumping & mini ice skating to the Armor All Gold Coast 600 and Schoolies Week. There are also countless restaurants, night clubs & bars to entertain during the night.

It is very commercial and gets very busy during peak holiday periods (Christmas and Easter), but despite the crowds Surfers Paradise is still an incredibly beautiful, safe and happy city with perfect weather and unlike many resort towns around the world, tourists are welcomed with big open arms, big Queensland smiles and big Queensland sunshine. 

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