Surfers Paradise Beach
Amongst all the world-class attractions, eateries, and venues is Surfers Paradise Beach, and it’s lively atmosphere makes it one of the must-visit beaches on the Gold Coast. As well as being a fantastic beach for surfing and lazing around, Surfers Paradise Beach hosts weekly markets as well as regular events and festivals that always attract a good crowd. Make sure to stroll the adjacent esplanade that offers a selection of laid-back cafes, surf shops, and must-try food stalls.

See all of the Gold Coast in one at the SkyPoint Observation Deck, the highest reachable point on the Gold Coast, offering spectacular views along the coastline and out into the sparkling ocean. Out of all the Surfers Paradise attractions, SkyPoint is a must. Grab a bite to eat the Seventy7 Cafe and enjoy the incredible 360 degree views at the same time.

“Challenge Your Senses and Ignite Your Imagination” – INFINITY is another Surfers Paradise attraction that must be experienced. Walk through several futuristic environments that offer dazzling lights, vivid colours, incredible special effects, mind-blowing illusions, exhilarating sounds, and much more. You can be sure to have never experienced anything like it before!

Kids will love a day at Timezone Surfers Paradise, one of the largest family entertainment complexes in the country. As well as hundreds of exciting arcade games you can enjoy dodgems, laser quest, bowling, 3D and 4D rides, mini-golf, and lots more that the whole family can enjoy.

Sea World
Found on Main Beach just outside Surfers Paradise, Sea World offers a fantastic time for the whole family. There’s several incredible zones to explore, including Penguin Point, Polar Bear Shores, Seal Harbour, and Shark Bay. Sea World also has a few exciting rides to try including the Storm Coast, Jet Rescue, and more. It’s the perfect family day out.

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