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Crowne Plaza Surfers Paradise
2807 Gold Coast Hwy
Surfers Paradise, Queensland 4217 Australia

How to get there

The Gold Coast is approximately 80 kms south of Brisbane and 950 kms north of Sydney.

By Air: The Gold Coast Airport at Coolangatta is serviced by domestic and international flights. Most services are one-class, but many also offer business class travel. There are regular daily domestic flights from Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide and there are also connecting flights to all other Australian cities. The trip from Sydney takes around 1 hour 25 minutes, around 2 hours 15 minutes from Melbourne and around 2 hours and 10 minutes from Adelaide.

By Train: The nearest Train Station to Crowne Plaza Surfers Paradise is Nerang Train Station. The Gold Coast is connected by rail to Brisbane's Roma Street and Central stations. The closest railway stations servicing the Gold Coast include Nerang, Helensvale and Robina - there are connecting shuttle bus services available from the station to Surfers Paradise and other Gold Coast centres.

Airtrain also operate regular rail services from Brisbane Airport to the Gold Coast which take approximately 90 minutes. Due to a difference in the gauge of the railway between New South Wales and Queensland there are no Interstate direct rail links to the Gold Coast. Trains depart daily from Sydney and terminate at Murwillumbah (around 30 mins south of Coolangatta).

The new G: light rail system operates from 5am to midnight on weekdays and throughout weekends. The route links Helensvale, Gold Coast University Hospital, Southport, Main Beach, Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach with a 7.5 minute service between 7am and 7pm weekdays.

By Coach: There are bus transit centres in Coolangatta, Surfers Paradise and Southport. Travel time from Brisbane is around one and a half hours

Broadbeach street view of shops and restaurantsBurleigh beach and rocks looking through pandanus trees to Surfers Paradise