Spring is here and the September/October school holiday is just around the corner!
If you’re looking for the perfect destination in Queensland to relax, explore and spoil the whole family, look no further than the vibrant and sunny Gold Coast, which is alive and kicking with plenty to do, visit and experience.
This spring, here are 5 exciting things you shouldn’t miss doing on the Gold Coast!
Yes – Australia’s biggest theme park is open to the public and as thrilling as ever! For the first time since March, Dreamworld Theme Park has reopened daily (September 16) and won’t disappoint if you’re looking for the ultimate family day out on the Gold Coast.
ABC World, Tiger Island, WhiteWater World, huge roller coasters, themed family rides, fun onsite eateries, live entertainment, gift shops and more, Dreamworld has it all for a day out that you can guarantee the kids won’t stop talking about for the rest of the year.
Dreamworld is COVID Safe with visitor tickets to be booked in advance.
Dine on the Beachfront
The Gold Coast’s restaurants, cafes and surf clubs are open and not to be missed for foodies and anyone who likes to dine with a view of the ocean!
Be spoilt for choice no matter your mood or craving – grab brunch at a laid-back Broadbeach cafe, dine in style at an award-winning Surfers Paradise restaurant on the Esplanade or tuck in on the beachfront at one of the popular Gold Coast surf clubs, offering mouthwatering bistro cuisine that even your fussiest little one won’t turn down.
Spend a Day in Surfers Paradise
Surfers Paradise near Broadbeach has lots to offer for a family day out with plenty to do. Known for its vibrant holiday atmosphere, Surfers Paradise boasts various family-friendly tourist attractions to visit with the kids, in addition to its popular outdoor shopping centres, beachfront markets and Esplanade restaurants.
Just a few of the attractions not to miss this school holiday include SkyPoint Observation Deck, Timezone, Ripley’s Believe It or Not, Wax Museum, INFINITY, Sling Shot Fun Park, King Tutts Putt Putt and more!
Explore the Region’s Natural Attractions
After a day out at the attractions or theme parks, enjoy a change of pace by discovering the Gold Coast’s natural side. Near Surfers Paradise, pack a picnic and visit Macintosh Island Park – also known as Peacock Park – head to the stunning Broadwater Parklands or put on some comfortable shoes and explore Burleigh Head National Park.
The Gold Coast creeks – Tallebudgera Creek and Currumbin Creek – are also worth visiting for swimming, kayaking and sunbathing on the waterfront!
Relax on the Beach
Of course, no trip to the Gold Coast is complete without relaxing on the beach, with some of the region’s best beaches including Kurrawa Beach, Surfers Paradise Beach, Main Beach and Burleigh Heads Beach.
Here at Viscount on the Beach, we offer absolute beachfront accommodation Gold Coast holiday apartments next to Kurrawa Beach – fully self-contained, ideal for families and situated in the heart of the Gold Coast and its best things to do!
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