Surfers Paradise Beach
Within walking distance from our Surfers Paradise family accommodation, Surfers Paradise Beach is yours for the taking, and offers one of the most exciting atmospheres to be enjoyed on the Gold Coast. Booming with nearby attractions, live enaatertainment, and world-famous shopping centres, Surfers Paradise Beach is a holidaymaker’s paradise, and is one Gold Coast beach that must be experienced at least once.

Main Beach
For a quieter beach experience near Surfers Paradise, head to Main Beach, the northernmost beach on the Gold Coast. Offering sweeping views, a long beachfront, and a close distance to several shopping and dining spots, Main Beach is a superb choice for all. Enjoy the view at The Spit, dine at Tedder Avenue, shop at Marina Mirage, and don’t miss a visit to Sea World – all on Main Beach.

Miami Beach
Just a short way south from Broadbeach is Miami Beach, a beach that offers a whole atmosphere altogether. As well as a great place to cool off, Miami Beach offers a thriving choice of cafes to pick and choose from. The beach’s main highlight, however, is the Marketta Street Food Markets every Friday and Saturday night, where you can enjoy sumptuous food from all over the world alongside live beachfront entertainment.

Broadbeach – or Kurrawa Beach as it’s also known – offers a similar ambience to Surfers Paradise Beach. Lined with tall buildings and just a stone’s throw away from landmarks such as Oasis Shopping Centre, Pacific Fair Shopping Centre, and The Star Gold Coast, Broadbeach is a fantastic beach to savour before shopping, dining, or catching a live show.

Burleigh Beach
A favourite amongst locals, Burleigh Beach is a must-visit beach for those that just want to unwind and soak up the atmosphere. Picture golden-white sand, ideal surfing conditions, and a beautiful tropical rainforest headland – and you have Burleigh Beach. Make sure to pack a picnic for your visit to Burleigh Beach, which you can enjoy at the nearby Burleigh Head National Park.

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