On the sandy coast of Queensland -- known as Australia’s Gold Coast -- you’ll find a suburb appropriately named Surfers Paradise. In a country where surfing is somewhat of a religion, the beaches of Gold Coast offer some of the best breaks and ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
July 2013

I thoroughly enjoyed this tour. The onboard commentary was very interesting - he knew much about the buildings on the harbour and added interesting tid bits about any significant buildings. The boat was quite nice and spacious. I'd even say somewhat luxurious.
The food was good value. The bread was surprisingly the hit of our group, not to say that the rest was subpar as the prawns kept us happy! Note that it was a cold buffet lunch so don't expect any hot dishes.
I'd recommend to go upstairs to the sundeck if the weather permits. The view is breathtaking, especially on the way to stradbroke Island and on the way back to Surfers paradise.

Doing what: Gold Coast Lunch Cruise

Philip R
Australia

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
August 2008

If you want a drive to see the buildings and how the rich people live in surfers paradise without the hassle of walking everywhere the drive and cruise was great. The scenery of Mt Tamborine was awesome, as was the shopping at gallery walk if you didn't want to go to the waterfall.

Doing what: Gold Coast, Canal Cruise and Springbrook National Park Day Trip

3 star rating: Worth doing
June 2012

Thoroughly enjoyed the boat trip out to sea and whale watching. The crew were informative and the boat was very comfortable. I was quite disappointed that we only had 1 hour at Surfers Paradise, the itinerary clearly stated '2 hours free time'. I felt very rushed.

Doing what: Whale Watching and Surfers Paradise Day Trip from Brisbane

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