WHY IS THE GOLD COAST A GREAT PLACE TO GET MARRIED.

August 12, 2016

If your wanting to get married in a city where there's great weather, amazing views and beautiful wedding receptions , well, the Gold Coast might just be the right place for you. The Gold Coast city has so much to offer, you can enjoy mountain views and travel to a beach location, within 30minute to an hour drive. 

 

Gold Coast wedding receptions offer outstanding service, amazing scenery's and fun set ups that make your wedding day feel relaxed, fun and enjoyable for everyone. Just to mention a few highly recommended receptions (from so many), Palmer Gold Coast and Palmer Colonial Golf Courses, Plazzo VersaceCedar Creek Estate Wedding Reception .

 

The gold coast is also well known for the great weather and beaches. Most of the winter the average temperature is 24C and in summer the average temperature is 30C. The Gold Coast is also renowned for its fantastic range of beaches all along the coast. The popular beaches are; Surfers Paradise, Main Beach, Coolangatta, Miami/Nobby beach. For more information head to Travel on Line website.

 

Most couples and their guest do arrive from interstate for the big day. Accommodation and transport service has immensely improved over the year. There's plenty world class Hotels, self serve apartments and caravan parks available to book. Just make sure you book well in advance during busy time. Summer and schoolies accommodation are high in demand.

 

The airport is about 30 minutes drive from Surfers Paradise. To get around the city you have available the tram, which can take you from Broadbeach all the way to Southport. The line will be extended in the coming year, which is great news for the city and it's guest. Gold Coast has a reputation to be a Holiday destination to many Australians but it has also establish itself as a excellent wedding destination.

 

 

 

 

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