Popular Pet friendly Hotels in Gold Coast

Gold Coast Pet friendly Hotel Guide

The Gold Coast is Australia’s most popular holiday resort, with hotels, restaurants, shopping, and theme parks all located nearby. The Gold Coast stretches out with sun, sea and sand for forty-two kilometers. There are a number of excellent beaches along the coast. Whether you’re interested in surfing and diving, or the theme parks, there’s something for everyone.

South Queensland has a sub-tropical climate. It is very warm throughout the year, with relatively heavy rainfall in the summer and occasionally heavy rain with flooding. But in general, South Queensland is suitable for travel all year round, and even in winter it is possible to swim in the sea.

Summer (December - February)

In summer, it is hot and rainy with occasional tropical cyclones, and has an average high around 30 degrees Celsius and an average low around 21 degrees Celsius.

Winter (June-August)

The winters are mild and dry with an average high around 22 degrees Celsius, and an average low around 11 degrees Celsius.

The gold coast has more than 300 days of sunshine a year. The temperature of the seawater never drops below 20 degrees Celsius even in winter making it an ideal holiday location all year round.

Hotels in the Gold Coast can be found all along the coastline. It is roughly divided into two main areas: the coastline and the inland area. Main beach, Surfers Paradise, Broadbeach, and Mermaid Beach stretch over 42 km of the coastline and are dotted with hotels. Among them, the most popular accommodation is found in Surfers Paradise. Main Beach and Broadbeach are also popular areas. Visitors looking for a more quiet or cost-effective stay can also choose hotels or other beaches that are a short distance from Surfers Paradise. In addition, there are also many golf resorts in the inland area. If you want to work on your swing, maybe choose a hotel in the inland area.

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