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Flights to Gold Coast with one or more stops

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Starter fares are non-refundable. Limited changes are permitted, charges apply. Availability is limited (not available on all flights or days). Limited availability on bookings made close to travel date, public holiday weekends and school holidays. All travel on Jetstar is subject to the Jetstar Conditions of Carriage.

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Gold Coast

Be prepared to show plenty of skin and wear your finest ‘bling’: the Gold Coast is southeast Queensland’s glitzy beach-holiday hotspot. The 70km stretch of coastline from South Stradbroke Island to Rainbow Bay on the NSW border attracts a staggering four million sun-seeking visitors every year. The coast is studded with high-rise apartment blocks, has a Las Vegas-style flashy feel and is famous for million-dollar theme parks where tourists get their thrills on roller coasters and water slides.

Gaudy Surfers Paradise has a reputation for enormous shopping malls and tacky tourist traps, but the Gold Coast’s original attraction is by far the best of them all – the beach. Up to 15,000 people per year are moving here just to be close to it; throw in around 290 days of sunshine annually and you’ve got one very enticing tropical destination. Outside of Surfers Paradise are laid-back neighbourhoods such as Burleigh Heads and Coolangatta, which offer breezy oceanfront cafes, lively pubs and, of course, great surfing breaks.

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