It may not be a typically Australian destination but the Gold Coast justifies its overwhelming popularity as a tourist destination in many ways. Boasting a 35 kilometre stretch of sand, famously sunny weather, some great surf spots and a buzzing nightlife, the Gold Coast makes an alluring holiday destination for families, couples and singles alike. Read more...
Gold Coast Flights
You can book your flights to the Gold Coast online today using the above search box, or enquire about one of the following Gold Coast airfares using the enquiry form below.
Gold Coast Airport (OOL)
The Gold Coast is serviced by its own international airport and is also only an hour's drive from Brisbane Airport. For helpful information about getting to and from these airports as well as check-in information and more, refer to our Gold Coast Airport Guide and Brisbane Airport Guide.
Airport Accommodation: All hotels in the Coolangatta area are in close proximity to the Gold Coast Airport. Book your Coolangatta Accommodation.
Airlines that fly to the Gold Coast
As a rapidly growing holiday destination, the Gold Coast is now serviced by several different domestic airlines. These are listed below:
For more information on airlines that offer flights to the Gold Coast, see our domestic airline page.
You might also be interested in our international airline guide.
For more on Gold Coast holidays check out our Gold Coast travel guide or view our range of Gold Coast holiday packages that include flights, accommodation and often other extras like tours or car hire.
The Gold Coast isn't all about the neon lights of Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach. Try venturing further south to discover the beautiful scenery and laid-back vibe of Tweed Heads, Coolangatta, Tugun and Currumbin. You'll also find plenty of great surf spots in these parts and plenty of nice, relaxed places to eat and drink. Alternatively, travel inland to Mount Tamborine for some incredible walking trails, lush mountain scenery and a plethora of fine wineries, breweries, cafés and art galleries.
If you're travelling as a family, of course no Gold Coast holiday is complete without a trip to one or more of the theme parks. All of the 'big four' parks – Dreamworld, Movie World, Sea World and Wet'n'Wild – are world-class theme parks in their own right and each requires a whole day to experience properly. For something a little more light hearted, visit the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary or enjoy a night out at the Australian Outback Spectacular.
Fancy learning to surf while down the coast? There are numerous surf schools on the Gold Coast, spread out all the way along the coast from Main Beach right down to Coolangatta. You can also try your hand at wakeboarding or kitesurfing at several places around the region if you're feeling a little more adventurous.