It might be known for excess and skyscrapers, but the Gold Coast can do classy, too.
A stay in the tallest building on the Gold Coast offers views that can't be beaten.
It’s a five-minute walk to Cavill Mall. And while the glitter strip might leave some locals cringing with embarrassment, there’s little doubt that the night lights are a spectacular sight from high in the Q1 tower.
A stay at Sea World can make for a cost-effective family holiday, if you do your homework.
Trees, gardens and water parks disguise the main road frontage, with units set so far back there is no traffic noise at all. And there's comfort knowing you can just step out of your unit with the kids, into a fully-enclosed resort complex.
The time has come to just say it - the travel industry is failing large families.
There's a fear for all travellers when you come home from an amazing experience.
It was a simple spot of whale watching but it almost ended in a diplomatic incident.
Australia's own Vegas is centred around a beautiful golden stretch of sand that hugs a strip of urban skyscrapers. The beach is famed for attracting a disproportionate amount of the country's most beautiful; the surf lifesavers and meter maids of the aptly-named Surfers Paradise. Its nightlife, glitzy malls and million-dollar theme parks attract an excessive amount of visitors, too, and with good reason.