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Surfers Paradise LIVE
Plan your return flights to Gold Coast between late April and early May to attend this annual music festival. Surfers Paradise LIVE takes place over four days and is held along the iconic Surfers Paradise Beach. Surfers Paradise LIVE is free to attend. If you book flights to Gold Coast during the event, you’ll have the chance to see some of the most famous musical talents from the Gold Coast and around Australia.
SeaFire is a unique and exciting event to experience when you have return flights to Gold Coast - it is Australia’s only international fireworks competition! Over the course of two days, visitors with flights to Gold Coast can watch as different countries put on firework displays in the hopes of being crowned champion. If you book an airfare to Gold Coast for travel while SeaFire is happening, head to Surfers Paradise Beach in the evening to see dramatic firework displays that are even choreographed to music.
SWELL Sculpture Festival
During the SWELL Sculpture Festival, about 50 pieces of artwork are put on display along Currumbin Beach. The festival takes place over 10 days, and those interested in seeing the pieces should book their return flights to Gold Coast for September travel. The sculptures are the works of both Australian and international artists. Plus, as well as checking out these incredible pieces, visitors with flights to Gold Coast can also watch live music and participate in art and sculpture masterclasses.
What is the best way to get around the Gold Coast?
Once you arrive into Gold Coast Airport (OOL), you can make your way into the centre on the city’s SkyBus. The bus operates seven days a week and travels to about 400 hotels throughout the Gold Coast. Adult tickets on Gold Coast SkyBus cost $15 AUD (about $16.05 NZD) one-way.
Once you reach the city after your cheap flights to Gold Coast, public transport is a great way to get around and explore. The tram is the most commonly used option. The Gold Coast tram has one line with 16 stations, and it stops in most of the city’s major suburbs. When you’re in Queensland on an have airfare to Gold Coast, you can use the tram to visit areas such as Southport, Main Beach, Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach. The Gold Coast also has an extensive bus network made up of more than 60 lines. The buses also link to some of the top landmarks around the Gold Coast, such as Warner Bros. Movie World, the Burleigh Headlands and Coolangatta Beach.
If you’re planning to visit any of the national parks located around the Gold Coast and its hinterland, you may want to consider booking a rental car at the same time you organise tickets to Gold Coast. Rental cars can be booked through Webjet and picked up when you arrive to Gold Coast Airport (OOL).
What are the Gold Coast’s most famous landmarks and monuments?
Skypoint Observation Deck
If you’re looking to view the city from above after your cheap flights to Gold Coast, plan a visit to the Skypoint Observation Deck. This landmark is located at the top of the Q1 tower. It’s 230 metres (755 feet) above sea level, making it the Gold Coast’s highest attraction. From the observation deck, you’ll be rewarded with a 360-degree view over the suburbs and beaches of the Gold Coast. If you’re looking to amp up excitement levels after your flights to Gold Coast, you might opt to do the Skypoint Climb. The climb stretches from the 77th floor to the top of the building and is the tallest of its kind in Australia.
Plan a visit to the Burleigh Headlands to get your fix of nature without having to venture too far away from the city. Burleigh Heads is one of the major suburbs of the Gold Coast and is situated a short distance south of Surfers Paradise. The Headlands walk stretches for about 1.5 kilometres (4,920 feet) along the Burleigh Heads coastline. While exploring the Burleigh Headlands after your flights to Gold Coast, you can learn about the local Minjungbal Aboriginal group and see koalas, mangrove forests, and the Surfers Paradise skyline.
Springbrook National Park
Springbrook National Park is located in the Gold Coast Hinterland and offers a contrasting landscapes to the sand and sea found in the city. The national park spans atop an ancient volcano, and its territory was formed by an eruption about 23 million years ago. When you plan a visit to Springbrook National Park after cheap flights to Gold Coast, you’ll see ancient forests, waterfalls, and native plants and animals. The most famous landmark to see within Springbrook National Park is Natural Bridge. A waterfall flows through this natural rock arch, providing gorgeous views.