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Visit Gold Coast: Your Travel Guide

Sun, surf and sand reign supreme on the Gold Coast. On its myriad beaches, honey-coloured sands melt into clear waters, board fanatics catch killer waves, and beach bums bask in sun-drenched splendour. Slow down, kick back and go with the flow in this Aussie utopia.

Things to Do in Gold Coast

SkyPoint Observation Deck
See the Gold Coast in all its glory. This lofty observation deck has astounding views that stretch across the city and into the horizon. Limber up the stairs for the Skypoint Stair Climb, or better yet, zoom up in the lift. Wrapped around the top of the building, this gulp-inducing ascent is not for the fainthearted. The payoff is an uninterrupted panorama.
9 Hamilton Ave, Surfers Paradise Queensland 4217
Open Sunday-Thursday 07:30-21:00, Friday-Saturday 07:30-24:00.
Surfers Paradise Beach
Here’s a typical daytime scene in “paradise”. Surfers rise with the waves to cut a striking silhouette against the morning sun. As the day lingers on, bronzed figures jog along the shoreline, people come out to sunbathe, and their children build trenches and sandcastles in the sand. Partake in the activities, or visit in the early evening as the night markets kick off.
3/3003 Surfers Paradise Bulevard, QLD 4217, Australia
Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre
At first sight, this may seem like any other convention centre. Yet what makes this place special its support for local sports and arts. Basketball games are a regular occurrence, as are concerts by Brisbanian bands like Powderfinger, The Veronicas and Savage Garden. International acts like Stevie Nicks and 50 Cent have also swung by. Check online to see who’s coming next.
2684-2690 Gold Coast Highway, Broadbeach Queensland 4218
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Jupiters Casino
Some people love to gamble – just ask the punters who flock to Jupiter’s Casino. Everyone who visits is ready to part with his or her cash in the hope of securing a win. As the day goes on, the stakes get higher – the trick is to know when to fold. When you’re done, try Osteria Vivo’s authentic Italian cuisine. From here, there’s a view of the poker tables and slot machines.
Jupiters Casino Broadbeach Queensland 4218
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Pacific Fair Shoping Centre
Chain stores galore. This mall has endless stores, a multiplex and oodles of chic salons. For proof, pamper yourself in “Lush”, try on comfy “Crocs”, buy some bling at “Swarovski”, or order a luscious wheatgrass smoothie from the plethora of juice bars. This shopping centre is entrenched in the local community, and offer regular group events and sustainable initiatives.
Hooker Boulevard, Broadbeach Queensland 4218
Open Monday-Wednesday 09:00-17:30, Thursday 09:00-21:00, Friday-Saturday 09:00-17:30, Sunday 10:00-16:00
Wet n Wild Water World
Don your “Billabong” thongs and hotfoot it over to this water park. This lazy river is the perfect place to seek solace from the scorching sun. Wannabe surfers can get in some practice on the “FlowRider”, where you can practice your surf without wiping out. Risk-takers should tackle the Black Hole, or experience zero gravity on the Kamikaze for one seriously rad ride.
Pacific Highway Oxenford, Gold Coast Queensland 4210
Open Monday-Sunday 10:00-20:00. Changes seasonally. Check website for details.
Movie World Gold Coast
Do you see your name in lights? The secrets of the silver screen are revealed at Movie World. Regular shows reveal how stunt drivers create action-packed car chases, which give a behind-the-scenes glimpse into how movie magic is made. One of the major highlights is the “Batwing Spaceshot”, where riders are rocketed 60-metres into the air, then returned safely to Earth.
Pacific Motorway, Oxenford Queensland 4210
Open Monday-Sunday 09:30-17:00
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
For an iconic Aussie experience, this place is a real “didgeri-do”. It offers a peek into the country’s unique birds, mammals and amphibians. Lorikeets flit through the trees, kangaroos hop about and koalas lazily cling to gum trees. Meanwhile, crocodiles keep a beady eye on the action as they bask in the sunshine. Keep your camera handy and see who takes the first snap!
28 Tomewin Street, Currumbin Queensland 4223
Open Monday-Sunday 08:00-17:00
Dream World is Australia’s largest theme park and offers plenty of white-knuckle thrills. For proof, take the “Giant Drop” – the highest free-fall ride in the world. If that’s not terrifying enough, the “big nine” rollercoasters offer serious screams. The “Tower of Terror” rockets backwards into complete darkness and breaks the 100 mph barrier in seven-seconds flat.
Dreamworld Parkway, Coomera Queensland 4209
Open Monday-Sunday 10:00-17:00
Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk
“Above the jungle, the mighty jungle”. This canopy climb through untamed rainforest showcases the Gold Coast’s natural splendour. Cross a 30-metre high walkway above unspoiled creeks and pristine rock pools. The buzz and squawk of the rainforest’s resident critters gives the sense of being immersed in wild nature. At night, it’s also a stellar place to stargaze.
333 Geissmann Drive, North Tamborine Queensland 4272
Open Monday-Sunday 09:30-16:00
Golden sands, palm trees and that glorious Queensland sunshine – Broadbeach has everything you’d expect from the Gold Coast and a whole lot more. When you’re not taking a dip or catching some rays, the markets, parks and shops that line the shore are a great place to grab a bite, score a bargain, or just chill out and enjoy the vibe.
Burleigh Heads
Attracting adrenaline-seeking surfers and leisure-loving families alike, Burleigh Heads might be small but it packs a whole lot of charm into one great package. Though we wouldn’t blame you if you wanted to spend all your time on the sun-kissed beach, the headlands of the nearby National Park offer some stunning views across the Gold Coast. Don’t forget to take a picnic!
Greenmount Beach
The views up the coast at Greenmount Beach are some of the best in Queensland, not to mention it's got the kinds of sandy shores beach-lovers dream of, and a picturesque town with a laid-back vibe. Plus, the nearby Point Danger (which is nowhere near as scary as its name suggests!) is a great place for whale watching.
Snapper Rocks
Jutting out into the Tasman Sea on the southern tip of Queensland, you can stand on the beach at Snapper Rocks and enjoy clear blue waters as far as the eye can see. And the ocean isn’t just beautiful to look at – Snapper Rocks is famous for surfing thanks to its man-made surf break, and the waves crashing in (as well as the surfers riding them!) put on a fantastic show.
Tallebudgera Creek
With the lush peaks of Springbrook National Park in the background, Tallebudgera Creek might not be on the coast, but beach-lovers won’t be disappointed by this wonderful little inlet. Camping is super popular, and the creek’s sandy shores invite visitors to enjoy tons of water sports, plus some serious sunbathing!
Sea World Gold Coast
Sea World Gold Coast has all the adrenaline-packed fun of a theme park but with sea creatures in the mix! In addition to the Jet Rescue rollercoaster and the Viking Revenge Flume, there’s a whole host of deep-sea beasts, seals, dolphins, sharks, and penguins just waiting to meet you. The hardest part is knowing where to start.
Warner Bros. Movie World
Do you see your name in lights? The secrets of the silver screen are revealed at Movie World. Regular shows explain how stunt drivers create action-packed car chases and give a behind-the-scenes glimpse into how movie magic is made. One of the major highlights is the “Batwing Spaceshot,” where riders are rocketed 195 feet into the air then returned safely to Earth.
Wet'n'Wild Gold Coast
Slip into your flip flops and hurry over to this water park. This lazy river is the perfect place to seek solace from the scorching sun. Wannabe surfers can get in some practice on the “FlowRider” – where you can practice your surfing without wiping out. Risk takers should tackle the Black Hole or experience zero gravity on the Kamikaze for one seriously rad ride.
Australian Outback Spectacular
The Australian Outback has so many stories to tell. At this show, you can immerse yourself in the story of a young girl sold to the circus told through song, horseback riding, and stunts. You won’t go hungry either – this show is accompanied by a full 3-course Aussie barbecue for the whole family.
Springbrook National Park
All beached out? Just a short drive inland from the Gold Coast’s sea and sand, Springbrook National Park is the perfect place to spend a sunny afternoon. This rain forest is filled with tumbling waterfalls, rushing creeks, and leafy trails – stay after sunset to spy glow worms lighting up the trees.
O'Reilly's Lost World Spa
There’s relaxation, and then there’s O’Reilly’s relaxation. Nestled in the lush hills of the Lamington National Park, this spa refreshes mind, body, and spirit in the perfect natural setting. The Pouch Lounge gives you the chance to curl up by the fireplace and look out at the forest before settling in for a massage from the expert on-site massage therapists.
Lamington National Park
When it comes to purifying the spirit, a trip into nature always seems to do the trick. And what better place to get in touch with the natural world than Lamington National Park? This huge, protected forest area is filled with chirping wildlife. It’s best seen from the tree-top walkway – a series of rope bridges suspended in the jungle canopy.
Walking Trails in Tamborine Mountain National Park
Wandering through the jungle can calm even the most fried nerves. Tamborine Mountain is crisscrossed by walking routes of different lengths and difficulties. Hike past palm groves, eucalyptus, red cedars, and feel your mind rejuvenating as you go.
Currumbin Beach
This curved slice of sand and sea is treasured by locals, and not only because the Swell Sculpture art festival takes place here every September. Sheltered by the rocky coastline, the calm water of Currumbin Beach is perfect for a salty swim. Just make sure to swim between the red-and-yellow flags posted at either end to stay out of trouble!
Currumbin Valley Rock Pools
When the sun beats down hard on the open beaches of the Gold Coast, you'll need a €˜plan B€™ to cool off. The rock pools of Currumbin Valley are just the ticket. Located in a wildlife sanctuary for koalas, these refreshing waters act like a natural temperature cleanser on hot and sticky days.
Budds Beach
Relaxing in the peace and quiet at Budds Beach, you'd think it was miles away from Surfer's Paradise. But actually, this local treasure is just a 5-minute walk from the downtown area. You'll find white sand, calm waters, and laughing kids here. With a shaded playground and clean facilities, this river beach is perfect for families looking to enjoy a long day in the sun.
Tugun Beach
Tugun Beach is so clean that many first-time visitors wonder if it's private. Thankfully it's not because this long, sandy beach is perfect for a day of peaceful walking, a lazy picnic, or building sandcastles with the little ones. You can grab lunch at one of the many local takeout joints – try some fresh-caught seafood or a massive Queensland-style burger!
Kurrawa Beach
On the waterfront in the vibrant Gold Coast neighborhood of Broadbeach, Kurrawa’s stretch of soft sand is a favorite with sunbathers, swimmers and surfers alike. In warm weather, act like a local and head to the Kurrawa Surf Life Saving Club. It's not just a great place for it's waves, it also has a beachfront bistro and lively bar with entertainment every night!
Snapper Rocks Beach
Jutting out from the end of Rainbow Bay, this rugged headland marks the border between Queensland and New South Wales. More than just a beautiful local spot, Snapper Rocks Beach attracts sun lovers and swimmers whenever the weather’s warm. Off shore, expert surfers tackle some of the Gold Coast’s best waves.

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Traveler's Reviews & Photos

Beautiful beaches around the Coolangatta area. Much nicer than the surfers paradise area which is very overrated and commercialised. Food shopping local sightseeing to name a few things Are all excellent
October 15, 2017
Having been a previous Gold Coast resident I am biased and always love revisiting my old ‘stamping ground’! Great beaches, restaurants, activities, shopping and access to the mountains. Wonderful holiday destination.
October 15, 2017
Very Good
Our trip to Gold Coast for the weekend is good except bad experience both RACV Resort and Grand Palace Chines Restaurant. Although we discovered great food at Axis Restaurant in Broadbeach.
October 15, 2017
Very Good
Great beaches & some good restaurants. I felt the main shopping & restaurant areas were a bit run down.
October 15, 2017
I love the Gold Coast, very relaxing, warm and plenty to do of if you want to relax, plenty of opportunities for that too.
October 15, 2017

Accommodations and Hotels in Gold Coast

Q1 Resort & Spa

8.5 Very Good

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Mantra Twin Towns

8.6 Excellent

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ULTIQA Beach Haven on Broadbeach

8.7 Excellent

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The Wave Resort

8.8 Excellent

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Ocean Pacific Resort

8.9 Excellent

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The Phoenician Resort

8.6 Excellent

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Greenmount Hotel

7.8 Good

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Chateau Beachside Resort

7.7 Good

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Ipanema Resort Surfers Paradise

7.3 Good

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Popular Neighborhoods in Gold Coast

Surfers' Paradise

229 properties

Looking for surfer chic? Head inland to Cavill Avenue to find all the surfing paraphernalia that you could ever need! Once you’ve stocked up on board wax and ankle ropes, boomerang back to the beach to put your new gear to the test. When your body can’t take any more waves, join Gold Coast’s fun-seekers in nightclubs like Vanity or SinCity.


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Broadbeach is a beach ‘n café-lovers haven. Rise with the sun, then fuel your morning with coffee from the chilled-out “No Name Lane Café”. Afterwards, stroll for hours along Broadbeach’s picture-perfect shores, and go for a dip in its sparkling waters. Later, retreat to “Grocer & Grind” Café for a leisurely lunch of locally sourced delights.

Burleigh Heads

30 properties

In a city that teems with beaches, Burleigh Heads offers a few inland treasures. The Burleigh Head National Park’s paths wind through mangrove forests and coastal heaths, perfect for an outdoor outing. Further inland, the Commune Café serves up vintage flair and vegan feasts, while the Paleo Café does a roaring trade in kale frittatas. Delicious!


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Surf’s up in Coolangatta. Kirra Beach is famous for having some of the best breaks in the world, and you’ll see everyone from amateurs to pros practicing here. Just after sundown, swarms of locals flock to the Secret Deck Café. This slightly off-the-grid café is where you’ll hear surfers regale a captive audience with stories about their latest wave-riding exploits.

Main Beach

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Apart from its namesake, this old-school ‘hood has a heap of hot restaurants. “Pavilion 34” is a renovated bathing tower that serves fish-and-chips with a ‘60’s twist. Around Teddy Avenue, a vibrant café culture has sprung up and attracts everyone from surfers to socialites. The Marina Yacht Club is where big spenders come out to play.

Local Tips for Gold Coast

Harbour Town Gold Coast
Koichi by Koichi

Japanese Koichi spent his university years in Queensland and loves a classic Aussie BBQ with mates.

If you like to bag a bargain, then you’ll love Harbour Town Shopping Centre! Australia’s largest brand outlet is home to over 220 stores including Hugo Boss, Nike and Ralph Lauren. If shopping’s not your thing, you can catch the latest releases at the adjacent Reading Cinemas.

  • 147 Brisbane Road, Biggera Waters Queensland 4216
  • Open Monday-Wednesday 09:00-17:30, Thursday 09:00-19:00, Friday-Saturday 09:00-17:30, Sunday 10:00-17:00.
Burleigh Headland Walk
Sarah by Sarah

Sarah learned to surf at Burleigh Heads Beach and has visited the Gold Coast over 50 times.

Burleigh Headland is the prime spot to watch surfers take on the waves of this famous point break. If you’re feeling active hit the walking trails for a rainforest hike that connects you to hidden beaches, snorkelling spots and lookouts with panoramic ocean views.

Carrara Markets
Cayla by Cayla

After a recent move to Australia from New Zealand, Cayla enjoys family holidays on the ‘Goldie’.

Escape the jostle of the shopping malls, and head out to Carrara Markets for some weekend fun. There are over 400 stalls to browse as well as heaps of fun for the family including a reptile show, mini golf course, pony rides and bungy trampolines.

  • Gooding Drive & Manchester Road, Carrara Queensland 4211
  • Open Saturday-Sunday 07:00-15:00
Natural Bridge
Juliet by Juliet

Juliet enjoys exercising, playing beach volleyball, reading books and traveling.

Nestled within the lush rainforest of the Springbook National Park, the Natural Bridge is a beautiful sight. A waterfall runs through the rock arch, forming part of a larger cave. It’s just a short hike to reach the spot, and you can even see glow worms once the sun goes down.

  • Springbrook Rd, Springbrook Queensland 4213
O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat
Ellena by Ellena

When Ellena’s not relaxing on the beach, she loves watching movies or reading a good book.

If you’re bird watching passion extends beyond the cheesy lorikeets at Currumbin, then O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat is chirping your name! Located in the Lamington National Park, the retreat is home to over 160 bird species. There’s also a treetop walk, bird feeding and a flying fox.

  • Lamington National Park Road, Gold Coast Hinterland Queensland 4275
  • Check website for details.
Cristina by Cristina

New mum Cristina’s favourite travel moment was a cruise down the Nile River.

Prepare to be mind-blown as you enter a realm of fantasy at Infinity. Fun for all ages, this futuristic maze-like attraction is filled with mirrored rooms, haunted-house walks, bouncy castles and laser lights. It’s something unique and truly out of this world.

  • Ground Level, Shop 31 Chevron Renaissance Centre, Cnr Surfers Paradise Blvd & Elkhorn Ave, Surfers Paradise Queensland 4217
  • Open Monday-Sunday 10:00-22:00
Aqua Splash
Elif by Elif

Elif bakes up a storm in the kitchen, and her cute puppy always tries to steal her treats!

For the most fun you can have on water head to Aquasplash. This inflatable park will entertain the kids, or having you laughing like one in no time! Bounce on the water trampoline, clamber up the climbing walls, race down slides or send your friends flying on the giant launch pillow.

  • Marine Parade, Southport Queensland 4215
  • Open Monday-Sunday 07:00-18:00
Club LIV
Martine by Martine

Sun lounging by day and club-hopping by night, the ‘Goldie’ is a favourite destination for Martine.

Renowned for its party atmosphere, Surfers Paradise comes alive at night. Club LIV is a go-to spot, featuring pumping music and an interior covered in thousands of flashing lights. For a classier nightlife experience head to Broadbeach, where Platinum Nightclub attracts well-known DJs.

  • Broadbeach, Surfers Paradise
  • Open Monday-Sunday 21:00-05:00.
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Recommended in Gold Coast

Hire a car - the buses get filled up fast and will not stop for you if they are full. If you miss one bus due to it being full, expect to miss the next 3-4 for the same reason THIS IS NOT AN EXAGGERATION - you will be waiting for transport for at least 1-2 hours if this happens. Arrive early at the park and go on the popular rides first thing in the morning when the crowds are minimal. The real crowds start flocking in at approximately 11am. Also recommend bringing sunblock, snacks (muesli bars, lollies & fruit) to keep you going throughout the day, $10 for all-day locker hire (worth it!) and a plan to see all the scheduled shows (if there are any) and the rides you've been eagerly waiting to try.

In awe of the ocean, the waves, tides, sandy beaches lovely to walk or laze on, shells and the sounds of water, birds and happy people. Soaking up the sun with my 50+ sunscreen on, and the warmth. Swimming in 25 degree water, even I can just dive into that every day... asked travelers...

Why do you recommend Gold Coast for food?

Lots of variety and competition make the cafes and restaurants try harder to build a good reputation to draw and keep customers.

Safe with patrolling life guards especially with kids and beautiful white sand and great for the surfers

Just sitting at Burleigh Hill watching sunrises/sunsets

More variety and plenty of shopping centres

Harbour Town is cheap outlet shopping


Gold Coast Transportation

Air – Gold Coast Airport

The fastest way to travel from the Gold Coast Airport is by taxi. It is a 20-minute drive to Broadbeach for a flat fare of $49 and a 30-minute drive to Surfers Paradise for $59. A cheaper option is the Gold Coast Tourist Shuttle, which offers door-to-door transfers for $21 one-way. Tickets can be pre-booked or purchased at the airport. There are 6 rental car desks located at the airport. A public bus service is available however is slow and tricky to navigate.


Surfside Buslines are a cheap and convenient way to explore the city, with over 60 routes running from Tweed Heads up to the Gold Coast Marina. There are connections to major attractions including theme parks, shopping centres and Jupiters Casino. Services run between 01:00 and 00:00, every 15 minutes. Buses are yellow in colour and stops are easily sign posted on the street. Tickets are best to be pre-purchased from convenience stores, with fares starting at $3.


Hiring a car is an effective way to explore the coast’s many attractions, as well as outlying areas like the National Parks. Car hire can be arranged at many hotels or rental desks in major shopping centres and tourist areas. Prices start at $24 a day, with additional costs for insurance and petrol. Parking is abundant on the coast, including some free parking, hourly street parking or car parks for about $3 per hour.


Taxis are a quite expensive way to travel around the Gold Coast, however are an efficient way of connecting to the airport. White in colour, taxis can either be hailed from the street or found at ranks across the city. Fares usually start at $2.20 per kilometre, and can increase in price on weekends, in the evening or with large groups.


There is no train system servicing the Gold Coast, however the Brisbane Airtrain does depart from the outer suburb of Varsity Lakes. Trains run from 05:00 to 22:00, every 15-30 minutes. The trip time from Varsity Lakes to Brisbane Airport is just over 1 hour and 45 minutes. A one-way fare is $17.50, tickets can be purchased online, from a station or you can use a ‘go card’.

Food in Gold Coast

Top Restaurants in Gold Coast

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Black Coffee Lyrics
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Salt Grill by Luke Mangan
  • 6 Orchid Avenue
  • Open every day 18:00-21:00, Monday-Friday 06:30-10:00, Saturday-Sunday 06:30-11:00, Friday 12:00-15:00
  • 0061 7 5680 8000
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Hard Rock cafe
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Surfers Paradise Surf Club
Mid-Range Fare
  • 4-14 The Esplanade, Surfers Paradise
  • Open every day 12:00-22:30
  • 0061 7 5503 5500
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The Surfers Paradise Beach cafe
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Pancakes In Paradise
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Longboards Laidback Eatery & Bar
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Absynthe Restaurant
  • Surfers Paradise Boulevard
  • Open every day Tuesday-Saturday 18:00-0:00
  • 0061 7 5504 6466
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Slyders on Tedder
  • Shop 9/14 Tedder Avenue
  • Open Sunday-Thursday 10:00-20:00, Friday-Saturday 10:00-22:00
  • 0061 7 5679 8403
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Domani’s cafe Restaurant & Bar
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Beaches Off Tedder
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Alegria Tapas & Seafood Bar
  • 4/17 Tedder Avenue
  • Open Monday-Friday 11:00-23:00, Saturday-Sunday 08:00-23:00
  • 0061 7 5679 3561
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Thyme cafe
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Jolly Chinaman
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Bar Chico
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Chill on Tedder
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The Cardamom Pod
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Aura Tapas & Lounge Bar
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