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Exploring Broadbeach

Well known for its golden sandy beaches, wide range of dining, drinking and clubbing venues and excellent shopping, Broadbeach is one of the main suburbs that form part of Queensland’s legendary Gold Coast. There are plenty of options when it comes to accommodation, and visitors will be pleased to know that a great many hotels and apartments are located near the beach on the pedestrian plaza that runs from the Gold Coast Highway to the promenade. With good local transport, it offers beach lovers and serious surf enthusiasts easy access to other beaches on the Gold Coast. At the same time, Broadbeach is very popular with families given its laidback nature and European village-like atmosphere.

Sights nearby

The following make up some of the sights and activities that may interest visitors to Broadbeach.

Kurrawa Beach
Easily reached from almost anywhere in Broadbeach, Kurrawa Beach has great surfing and swimming as well as playgrounds and picnic spots. Try staying at Jupiters Hotel and Casino for easy access to the beach.

Adrenaline Park
Thrill-seekers will head for Adrenaline Park amusement park just a few blocks north of Cavill Avenue. Mantra Broadbeach on the Park is a suitable base for those looking to enjoy the park.

Don’t forget to check out the QDeck, an observation deck on the 77th floor of Q1 Tower at the Phoenician Resort which offers 360° views of the Gold Coast and its interior.

Whale-watching trips
Nature-lovers will enjoy the whale-watching trips available from June to November which give participants an intimate experience with these huge mammals.

Music festivals
Broadbeach Alliance presents several events and festivals such as the Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival and the Broadbeach Jazz Festival, both of which attract large crowds each year. Peppers Broadbeach is an ideal accommodation choice for festival goers.

Eating and drinking and shopping nearby

Shopping options in Broadbeach range from major malls and designer boutiques offering top of the range fashion, jewellery and accessories down to beachside arts and crafts markets. Of the former, the best-known are Pacific Fair, one of Australia’s leading retail centres, the Oasis Shopping Centre, Aria, the Phoenician and Niecon Plaza. If you are in search of authentic Gold Coast souvenirs then head for the arts and crafts markets held on the first and third Sundays of every month at Kurrawa Park or the lantern-lit Friday night market that takes place at Broadbeach Mall from September to May.

With more than 100 restaurants and cafés offering everything from Mediterranean to Asian cuisine, coffee houses and fast food outlets, Broadbeach has no shortage of eateries to suit all tastes. Snack out or enjoy a coffee on Surf Parade overlooking the beach or dine in style at any of the fashionable eateries situated in one of Broadbeach’s malls. The suburb is also famed for its nightlife, with an extensive assortment of piano bars, lounges, comedy venues, nightclubs and discotheques, not to mention the only casino on the Gold Coast. One unique night-time adventure you won’t want to miss is the dinner/entertainment venue Dracula’s Queensland.

Public transport

The main bus stop for buses arriving from Brisbane is Surfers Paradise Transit Centre on Beach Road. Situated beside the mall, the Pacific Fair bus station serves as the regional public transport hub. There is a private monorail service to Jupiter’s Casino and the new light rail service connects Broadbeach and Surfers Paradise. The Gold Coast Oceanway provides access to local beaches for pedestrians and cyclists. Rental cars and taxis are available.