Miami Beachside Apartments

15 Santa Monica Road, 4220, Australia
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Family accom, Gold Coast on a budget

by ntstoneham

Where to stay gold coast with 3 children (Young Tenage) next to beach and shopping and attractions on a budget. Dec10-Jan10 or few days either side.

Villas, cabins, resorts, near surfers can be a possibility

Re: Family accom, Gold Coast on a budget

by cafank

There are many places you could stay on the Gold Coast. First of all though, the main theme parks are not close by (half hour away) except Sea World which is at the north end of the coast.

It depends upon what you are calling budget where you will stay - your dates take in our summer school holidays so rentals will all be at premium prices. Coolangatta at the south end is nice, great beaches but not much in the way of entertainment for kids - good restaurants, cafes though. Same really goes for most of the coastal suburbs. At Christmas there will be regular markets and Coolangatta has a fun fair on the beach.

There is more happening at the northern end, Surfers, Main Beach, but thery will likely be more expensive. Southport area could be OK but there is no open beach there - river-side swimming unless you go even further north.

Main shopping areas are Harbour Town, Runaway Bay, Australia Fair (Southport) Pacific Fair, Burleigh, and there are a few other around - what sort of shopping do you mean?.

Check out the following for more info:

for info re tourist parks (cabins) e.g. Burleigh or Tallebudgera Beach, check out: I've done a quick check tho and most are booked out over Christmas.

Travel Tips for Gold Coast

Slip Slop Slap

by robertgaz

The sun down under can be fiercely hot and unrellenting causing one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world. The Slip Slop Slap campaign started way back in the 80's encouraging Aussies to protect their skin by Slipping on a shirt, Slopping on some sunscreen and Slapping on a hat.

"I love this sunburnt country,
But not a sunburnt face.
So even on a cloudy day,
Slop on sunscreen just in case."

Beach Showers

by tiabunna

When you go to an Australian beach, you expect to leave it covered in a sticky mixture of salt, sunscreen and fine white sand. It’s one of those ‘fact of life’ things, but a trail of sand will follow everywhere you go, probably leaving large deposits in your car or, if you walk, back in your room.

The thoughtful people who look after the beaches on the Gold Coast have provided outdoor showers to help you remove the worst of the gunk before you go anywhere. Don’t worry, the water isn’t cold in this part of the world and having a post-beach wash down is standard practice – as seen in this photo.

The headland

by iandsmith

The headland is a feature of Cabarita and the walk out there is so popular that they've even constructed a wooden, and at time raised, boardwalk.
From the end there's a spot where you can whale watch, always assuming the Japanese haven't harpooned more of our humpbacks in the meantime. There was one while we were there but it was only spouting and not leaping or splashing.
There are lovely views to the north and south (pic 5), as you would expect, and some nice scenery where the headland has been rent by the sea (pic 4).
There are another couple of worn tracks, one attractively lined by daisies (pic 3) that you may choose to travel on as well.

Sea World Monorail

by robertgaz

The Sea World Monorail was the first monorail system in Australia and takes you on a scenic trip through the park.

The monorail is an excellent way of getting around the park with stops at the top of Sea World and at the Water park as well as the Sea World Nara Resort.

Horizons - Sheraton Mirage

by timtrina about Horizons - Sheraton Mirage

Sitting next to fully-glassed walls, where you can watch a small family of white swans swimming around in the huge pond outside. The all you can eat Seafood Buffet - $ 60.00 (AUD) includes:

All you can eat Prawns, Oysters, Crab, Moreton Bay Bugs, 3 Roasts, Baked Avocados with Prawns, Salads, Desserts.

It has food to die for!


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