Due to COVID19 we are unable to share the wonderful Gold Coast with you all. See below a snippet of what the GC has to offer and hopefully we will see you here one day in the future.
The Gold Coast is one of Australia’s premier tourist destinations. It is a city that is constantly remaking itself through its residents, visitors, and natural environment. Famed for decades as a centre for tourists with world-class beaches and surfing, the city offers conference delegates the chance to experience much more.
The city's hinterland is comprised of multiple national parks that together constitute the Gondwana World Heritage Area, full of unique biodiversity, wildlife, and walks. With a new cultural centre opening in 2020, film festivals, public art, and a relaxed cafe culture to match the beautiful ocean views, the Gold Coast offers a visitors a glimpse of one of Australia's most dynamic and fastest growing cities. The city is also well-connected to Brisbane, with its State Library, Queensland Art Gallery - Gallery of Modern Art, museums, and vibrant university campuses.
Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus is the university’s largest campus, and was extensively renovated to coincide with the Commonwealth Games in 2018. It contains multiple eateries, cafes, bars, libraries, stores, and open spaces in which to relax.