Broadbeach is a central suburb of the Gold Coast in Queensland. Located only kilometres from Surfers Paradise and situated directly on the new GLink Light Rail system Broadbeach has become a tourism mecca due to its proximity to major attractions on the Gold Coast.
Predominately residential with low-rise structures, and some high-rise accommodation along the beach, the suburb consists of canal waterways including Lake Inteprid that is linked to the Nerang River.
Pacific Fair, one of Queensland’s largest shopping centres is based in Broadbeach. Currently undergoing a 670 million dollar upgrade, and soon to become one of the most prestigious and most impressive shopping centres in the nation, it will offer over 400 specialty stores and 4 major anchor retail outlets including Myer and David Jones.
The area is also home to Jupiters Hotel and Casino, Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Oasis Shopping Centre and Oracle Mall, all within a 2-kilometre radius. Broadbeach State Primary School, the Broadbeach Lawn Bowls Club, Broadbeach Surf School, and a brand new state of the art Catholic Church all reside on beachside.
There is an abundance of top restaurants, trendy café’s and eateries particularly along Victoria Ave, together with a great bar and nightclub scene after dark.
Situated on stunning white sandy beaches, with the popular Kurrawa Surf Life Saving Club at the centre, and surrounded by contemporary children’s parks, barbeque facilities and the Gold Coast Ocean-way for walkers and cyclists, Broadbeach has become a buzzing family friendly haven packed with atmosphere year round for tourists and locals.
Broadbeach Jazz and Blues Festival and Opera in the Park are held annually attracting enthusiasts worldwide.