Paradise Grove Holiday Apartments Gold Coast

7 West Burleigh Road, Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast, QLD 4220, Australia
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Forum Posts

Gold Coast weather in April??

by jewelz87

Hi everyone!

I'm thinking about traveling to the gold coast for the last three weeks in April..I have a friend who lives there so I will have free accomodation etc.. and don't want to pass up this chance to go! However I'm really curious about the weather...I've researched averages are 16-25 celsius but I'd love to hear from someone who's actually lived or been there in April!! I have a limited budget still so would want to spend a lot of time suntanning the beach and worry it will be too cold or raining all the time...any advice would be so soo appreciated! Thanks:D

Re: Gold Coast weather in April??

by lynnehamman

The weather will be fine. Weather everywhere is unpredictable lately, but it never gets cold in Queensland.Rain is possible-but you can still enjoy the Gold Coast.
Have a read of this

Re: Gold Coast weather in April??

by pedroswift

lyn is right..all year is good. No one can guarantee what the wx is going to be but for years we took a camping holiday on the G.Coast during the May vacation which is potentially cooler than April.

Re: Gold Coast weather in April??

by a60

The days will be warm but it will cool off after sunset and no-one can predict if it will rain.

Re: Gold Coast weather in April??

by tabron

Max temps are about 25-27. SEQ has no specific wet season, so if you're here for 3 weeks it should be fine 90% of the time. But don't quote me lol.

Re: Gold Coast weather in April??

by JohanIsWeg

April weather is great. I usually advise my family to come and visit then. Not as hot as January and February, but still warm enough to enjoy the sun and outdoors.

Re: Gold Coast weather in April??

by aussirose

I agree with Johan. April is a lovely time to visit :o) And if you get a bit of sun in the day, then a nice way to spend the evening is to take a dinner cruise. Just make sure you take a light jacket. Also, don't forget to go to Draculas for a good evening of fun :o)

Re: Gold Coast weather in April??

by 1+1

It very much depends on where you're from and what climate you're used to. For me those temperatures would be too cold. But if you're from a cold climate they would be good. It's all relative.

Re: Gold Coast weather in April??

by aussirose

Haha..yeh Zig....of course we know all about you being rugged up looking dressed for Antartica on that slightly cool morning just outside of Darwin :o)

Travel Tips for Gold Coast

Gold Coast Tip

by Krystynn

I cannot recommend a better activity to do than to sign up for the HELICOPTER JOY FLIGHT here at SEA WORLD. You'd gasp (for sure!) at the unparallel views of the entire SURFERS PARADISE from your helicopter. Nothing short of - AWESOME!

Golf Mecca

by goldcoaster

Aside from surfing, if there is one thing the Gold Coast has a ton of, it's golf courses. These range from the Merrimac hackers, which is literally a cow paddock, to the very exclusive private courses of Arundel Hills and the Grand.

For the most part you can get a round plus cart for about $50-75 at a decent course like Emerald Lakes, where they hold the Queensland PGA. For a slightly better course, say Royal Pines or Lakelands, the only Jack Nicklaus designed course in Australia, it will set you back about $100. Most courses will insist that each player has their own set of clubs. If you don't want to bring them with you, most pro shops have them to hire at varying rates depending on the clubs.

Many of the better courses offer a free hotel pick up and drop off service as well.

3 am Nightclub lock out

by goldcoaster about Shooters, Melbas, The Drink and others

In the last council elections here, in an attempt to make the old people feel safe about all the nightclubs in town, the local council tried to make clubs shut 2 hours earlier. What has basically happened is that we now have a 3am lock out.

While the clubs still close at 5am, you have to be inside by 3am or you get locked out. For many who don't even go out until midnight it is a bit of a pain. So make sure you do your rounds early and find out which club you like the best then head back to it before 3am!

Oddly, they still allowed the casino which is frequented by rich old farts to stay open 24/7. I love a democratic society.

The Haunted Restaurant

by hayley_69 about Dracula's Cabaret Restaurant

The most favourite restaurant would have to be 'Dracula's Cabaret Restaurant.' A Theatre Restaurant.

Over a million victims have been horrified, mortified, terrified, exited and entertained, Dracula's is the world's first Gothic horror themed restaurant!...
The world's only ghost train ride into a theatre auditorium!.
The longest running and most visited dinner theatre in Australia.

Prices are as followed:
Tuesday - Friday seats are $54.00 per person Group Discount - for bookings of 20 people or more, on Tuesday to Friday evenings only $49.00 per person. Saturday $59.00 per person.

The ticket price includes ghost train ride, three course dinner, all pre show entertainment and two hour live horror comedy show. Drinks and souvenirs are not included in the ticket price, but can be purchased on the night. Dracula's Cabaret Restaurant offers a quality 3 course meal, with a choice of 5 main courses ( Vegetarians are fully catered for ). Dracula's is fully licensed ( NO BYO - bring your own ) at lounge bar prices and our graveyard cocktail lounge offers an extensive range of exotic cocktails.

Cajun chicken ceaser salad
Chicken tenderloins lightly dusted with Cajun spices 'resting in peace' on cos lettuce, buried in a tortilla basket with a drizzling of ceaser dressing.

Succulent prime eye fillet topped with an Italian duxelle wrapped in puff pastry finished with a thyme jus.
A succulent large shank of lamb slowly braised in bloodcurdling Cabernet served on a kumera mash.
A Tender plump Kiev cut chicken breast stuffed with mango and macadamia nuts resting on a potato fritata.
Mouth watering fresh fillet baked in hell fires furnace soothed with a lemon and caper hollandaise.
Chickpea & pumpkin curry infused with coriander, served in a capsicum cup with rice & pappadums.

Death by Chocolate
Sinfully decadent dark chocolate coffin filled with a devilish white chocolate and passion fruit mousse.
Coffee, tea, mint chocolates & checked shortbread biscuits.

a walk through entertainment experience

by Dani_aus

Infinity is like a mazy thing that you walk through, it is made up of different rooms.
at the start you get given some white gloves, and as you go through, you have to feel your way around the rooms to the next push door that will take you to the next room.
each room is a totaly different experience...
for example, there's a wobbly room, which has a wobbly floor like jelly and wobbly walls. very strange to feel your way around there.
there;s another room which i think is called heaven, this one is all mirrors and laserlights.. veryyyyyyyyyy pretty


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