Surfers Paradise Beach
Surfers Paradise Beach lives up to its name with a world-famous reputation for its beach, surfing, nightlife and attractions. Undoubtedly one of the most heavily developed and busiest beaches in Australia, it is a popular resort with bars, casinos and clubs that buzz after dark.
This modern waterfront city focuses around one of Queensland’s most iconic beaches, with good left and right breaks that are always dotted with keen surfers from all over the globe. Conditions for surfing are generally best in the mornings, before the wind gets up. But in truth, if it’s top surfing you’re looking for, you’ll find better surf further south at Burleigh Heads.
The busy but beautiful golden sands and rip-channeled surf are patrolled by teams of bronzed lifeguards manning 3 towers every day from 8am to 5pm.
Stretching for around 2 km, the expansive beach has a fenced dune, cut through with numerous access paths. Beach fishing is popular, especially around Nerang Jetty.
Coupled with its world-renowned beach, Surfers Paradise is a stunning mecca for tourism. Modern high-rises, glamorous hotels and luxury villas line the golden sand and accommodate a steady stream of hundreds of thousands of visitors year-round.
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