We went to Caville Avenue in Surfers Paradise for lunch. We walked up to the arcade and the shopping Centre and back to the beach. It was a beautiful day and as it was low tide, the water was way out past the sand. It was not very busy and the tourists who were there chose to stand and stare at the water.
Australia’s famous Surfers Paradise Beach lies at the heart of Queensland’s Gold Coast. Swim and surf along the expansive beaches with this two kilometre stretch of golden sand and rolling surf patrolled by three lifeguard towers, all keeping watch over designated swimming and surfing areas
The beach itself is backed by a fenced fore-dune with plenty of signed access tracks from the esplanade to the sand and lined in seating areas and barbecues with ocean views for those wanting to just take it all in. The adjacent foreshore precinct is a hive of energy and home to towering beachside accommodation, alfresco dining and night markets. The track beside the beach is also available for bike riders and skateboards and is a popular walking path for fitness joggers in the morning.
The iconic skyline and golden beaches of Surfers Paradise is the Gold Coast’s postcard image to Australia and the world. Each year, millions of visitors discover an energetic foreshore precinct boasting an incredible diversity of restaurant, cafe, shopping and fashion and nightlife experiences. Restaurants offering everything from fresh seafood to international cuisine