Travelling to the Gold Coast

Getting to the Gold Coast

The ideal airport arrival port is the Gold Coast, however you can choose to fly into the Brisbane International Airport and either drive or travel via train (approximately one hour).

Transportation when here

There are many car rental services available, as well as public transport options.

The G:link light rail, which opened in 2014, stretches from Southport to Surfers Paradise to Broadbeach, with trams running every seven to 15 minutes. There are more than 60 bus routes through the Gold Coast that connect almost every suburb, and trains run through major centres such as Helensvale, Nerang, Robina and Varsity Lakes.

The closest G:link stop to the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre is the Southport stop and it is a six minute walk to the pool.

Find out more about public transport options here.

Learn more about the Gold Coast

Known worldwide, the Gold Coast is home to beautiful surf beaches, great shopping and delicious food. It’s safe to say, you are spoiled for choice at the Gold Coast.

Gold Coast climate in July is winter time with average daily temperatures around 20 degrees C and night time temperatures around 10 degrees C. The day-times are usually dry and sunny.

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