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Sydney’s Kingsford Smith International Airport (SYD) is located just 8km south of the city. Bus Route 400 runs between Burwood and Bondi Junction via Sydney Airport every 30 minutes; while the Sydney Airport Link railway provides services to the Domestic terminal around every 15 minutes from Central Station. Sydney Airport also caters for long and short term parking stays.
Gold Coast Airport (OOL) is located 21km south and just over the NSW border at Coolangatta. The best way to get to the Gold Coast strip from the airport is to grab a taxi or hop on a bus. The TransLink public bus routes 777 and 760 stop at Broadbeach South tram station where you can transfer to Surfers Paradise, Southport and other local destinations. Arrivals heading further north to Brisbane should take the Surfside Bus 761 to Varsity Lakes Station and embark to Brisbane from there. Parking, taxis, transfers and car hire are also available at Coolangatta Airport.
Gold Coast is the ultimate destination for fun in the sun where the surf, sand, and the biggest theme parks in Australia await. Gold Coast City is home to Warner Brothers and Village Roadshow Studios and a popular filming site for Bollywood movies, big budget films and even a few international TV series. Visit the theme parks of Movie World, Dreamworld, Wet’n’Wild and Seaworld for more rollercoaster and wild ride madness than you can poke a stick at.
At Surfers Paradise, you can catch the waves in the morning, then head to the markets at night before having a bite to eat at the Hard Rock Café. For a more peaceful day, go for a swim in the protected waters of Burleigh Heads, walk amongst the towering pines, and enjoy incredibly fresh seafood at a funky local café.
When the sun goes down, have a fearsome dinner at Dracula’s Cabaret in Broadbeach, sip a cocktail at a piano lounge before dancing the night away at the many clubs on Cavill Avenue.
Sydney is a city of contrasts. High art, turbulent history and elegant dining seamlessly coexist with bohemian neighborhoods, ethnic eateries, and boisterous sporting events. Host to the spectacular New Years Eve fireworks over the Sydney Harbour, the joyful Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, or the incredibly imaginative Vivid light festival, Sydney is one city that knows how to put on a show.
Whether you’re into theatre, sport or rock concerts, come join the fun in the city with shows at the Capitol Theatre in Chinatown, the Sydney Cricket Ground or Football Stadium, or the impressive Sydney Entertainment Centre in Darling Harbour. If shopping is your preferred entertainment, then head to the posh shops of The Strand Arcade or Galleries Victoria or pick up some vintage bargains in Paddington, Newtown or Glebe.
Before you leave, treat yourself to a sumptuous dinner at the sophisticated Chefs Hat rated Aria or Rockpool and sip a cocktail with a view at Customs House or the Opera Bar.
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