Surfers Paradise Gold Coast,_Queensland

Highrise edge the Surf Beach
Looking South

Surfers Paradise is a suburb within the local government area of Gold Coast City in Queensland, Australia. At the 2006 census, Surfers Paradise had a population of 18,501. Colloquially known as ‘Surfers’, the suburb has many high-rise apartment buildings and a wide surf beach

Huge Residential Highrise
Surfers Highrise

The feature of the heart of the suburb is Cavill Mall, which runs through the shopping and entertainment precinct. Cavill Avenue, named after Jim Cavill, an early hotel owner, is one of the busiest shopping strips in Queensland, and the centre of activity for night life

Main Road and Light Rail
View across Surfers Paradise going north
Main shopping Centre Surfers Paradise
Cavill Street Shopping Centre with Clock Tower Hotel on the corner

Surfers Paradise is the Gold Coast‘s entertainment and tourism centre and the suburbs high-rise buildings are the best known feature of the city’s skyline.

Enjoying the sun and surf
Enjoying the sun and surf

Surfers Paradise is fronted to the east by the Surfers Paradise Foreshore, a rejuvenated public space that fronts Surfers Paradise Beach and the Pacific Ocean. The Foreshore was completed in 2011 and feature contemporary coastal streetscaping that incorporates existing trees and vegetation, including about 95 pandanus trees.

Golden sands of Surfers
Golden sands and HighRise Accommodation of Surfers
Beach is isolated in the morning
Morning Walk Surfers Paradise
The High Rise Buildings edge the surf beach for fabulous water views
Low tide and High Rise Buildings
My waterview from the Mantra where I stayed
My waterview from the Mantra where I stayed

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