Famous for its sun, surf and sand, the City of Gold Coast stretches along 52 kilometres of coastline. The Gold Coast is the sixth largest city in Australia, the nation’s biggest non-capital city and is located in one of the fastest growing regions in Australia.
The Gold Coast enjoys a subtropical climate with an average of 300 days of sunshine annually.
The city’s natural beauty, relaxed lifestyle and ideal location make the Gold Coast one of the most unique cities in which to live and work. Beyond the stunning coastline and beaches is a vast rainforest hinterland with breathtaking scenery - all a short drive from the city’s regional centres
The city's 12 million annual tourists are attracted by the beaches, 273km of navigable waterway, over 21,500 hectares of parkland and 32,224 hectares of natural environment.
Additionally, the climate invites open-air activities including al fresco dining with more than 500 restaurants; more than 40 resort, public and private golf courses; world-class sporting facilities; a large selection of wildlife and theme parks and an exciting event calendar of culture, sport, racing, music and fine food.
Visitors can also enjoy outstanding evening entertainment from nightclubs, restaurants, clubs, hotels and Jupiters Casino to art galleries, Broadway musicals and theatre.
City of Gold Coast is fast becoming the sporting and events capital of Australia and looks forward to welcoming the fourth round of the UIM XCAT World Series- the greatest motorsport on water
This is a FREE to attend event and patrons will also have access to XCAT Central, featuring an Entertainment Quarter, Food Bazaar, Kids Zone and Pit Alley.