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THE STAR GOLD COAST BROADBEACH

The Conference is to be held at The Star Gold Coast, Broadbeach. The Star Gold Coast welcomes you with luxury accommodation and award-winning service. The Star Gold Coast is your premier entertainment destination set in the stunning heart of Australia’s Gold Coast.

The Star Gold Coast is set amongst 7 acres of landscaped gardens and parklands. Combining luxury and sophistication of a world class hotel with the excitement of award-winning restaurants, 8 lively bars, spectacular stage shows and concerts, plus the non-stop action of a 24-hour casino.

Located moments from the bustling Broadbeach precinct, The Star Gold Coast (formerly known as Jupiters Gold Coast) has been part of the local Gold Coast community for 30 years.

The Star Entertainment Group is currently spending $345 million to refurbish and expand The Star Gold Coast. The refurbishment of the existing hotel and casino complex is one of the biggest hotel refurbishments ever undertaken in Australia.

DIETARY DISCLAIMER

Guests with food allergies are required to identify themselves to the event floor supervisor upon arrival at the event.

Important Notice: If you have advised us that certain guests attending your event have food allergies, we will take all reasonable care to prepare food for these guests in light of these allergies. The guests should appreciate however that our kitchens do produce a wide variety of food and we unfortunately cannot guarantee that foods prepared for the guests will be completely free of the offending ingredients. To the extent permitted by law, we disclaim all responsibility for any loss or damage of any nature whatsoever (including personal injury) which may be suffered by any person as a result of any of the above ingredients being found in food at the Resort, even if that loss or damage is caused by any fault or negligence by us.

ABOUT THE GOLD COAST, QUEENSLAND

Gold Coast, city, extreme southeastern Queensland, Australia, about 20 miles (30 km) south-southeast of Brisbane. It extends for some 25 miles (40 km) along the state’s southeastern coastline, from Paradise Point along the Pacific Highway to Coolangatta at the New South Wales border.

Tweed Heads, across the border in New South Wales, is also part of the Gold Coast urban complex. The city, primarily a chain of seaside resorts, is home to a number of beaches that attract surfers, including Northcliffe, Broadbeach, Mermaid Beach, Surfers Paradise, Nobby’s, Miami, Burleigh Heads, Palm Beach, Currumbin, Tallebudgera, Tugun-Bilinga, and Kirra. Southport is the Administrative Centre. There was an extensive building boom after restrictions were lifted in 1952; the area was created a city in 1959.

Among the area’s attractions are a bird sanctuary and a fauna reserve. Some light manufacturing, largely related to the tourist trade, is carried on there. Its population increases greatly during Christmas holidays.

The Pacific Motorway, a major transportation link that connects Gold Coast to Brisbane, opened in 2000.

Pop. (2006) local government area, 472,280; urban agglom., 541,675.