Centrally located on the Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise is easily accessible and provides a multitude of transport options to get you in and around town.
The Gold Coast International Airport is located just 20 kilometres south of Surfers Paradise. A range of carriers fly directly into GCIA: Jetstar, Virgin Australia, Tiger Airways and Air New Zealand. There is a conveniently located information desk at the airport to assist in getting you to your destination.
The route 761 and 777 bus departs from the Gold Coast Airport daily and takes about 45 minutes to arrive at Ferny Avenue in Surfers Paradise.
Gold Coast Tourist Shuttle operates from the airport and will provide door-to-door service, making the journey just that bit easier. Bookings can be made on their website: www.gcshuttle.com.au
Taxis are available directly outside the terminal and will drop you directly to your hotel.
All of the reputable car hire companies operate from the airport. Pre-book to save time or shop around once on the ground to secure the best deal.
Brisbane Airport is 89.7kms distance to The Star, Gold Coast and Sofitel Gold Coast.
INTERSTATE COACH SERVICES
Greyhound and Murray’s coaches both operate from the Surfers Paradise Transit Centre (10 Beach Road, Surfers Paradise) and travel to an extensive network of destinations throughout Australia. For further information, you can contact Greyhound on 1300 473946 and Murray’s through their website here.
TransLink’s bus, train and tram network can connect you to places all over the Gold Coast. Our integrated network on the Gold Coast includes the G :link trams, Surfside buslines and Queensland Rail. Visit translink.com.au or call 13 12 30 for information or to plan your journey.
TransLink’s integrated tickets are a great way to get around. Travel on bus, train or tram with go card or grab a Gold Coast go explore for bus and tram travel.
Translink bus services provide the Gold Coast with a number of routes passing directly through Surfers Paradise.
Plan your journey with Translink.
The G:link Light Rail is now operating throughout the Gold Coast, connecting Broadbeach to the Gold Coast University Hospital with 16 station stops.
In Surfers Paradise, you can get off the G at stations; Surfers Paradise North, Cypress Avenue, Cavill Avenue, Surfers Paradise or Northcliffe and be within easy access to the precinct.
For more information about riding the G, including schedules & ticket pricing, click here.
To book Gold Coast Cabs phone 131 008.