Gold Coast Australia
Gold Coast City is Queensland's southernmost city. The Gold Coast region spans over 1,400 square kilometres and is one of the most biologically diverse regions in Australia. The Gold Coast stretches along the southernmost coast of Queensland down to the New South Wales border. The Gold Coast region is spread along 70 kilometres of Australia's eastern coastline from South Stradbroke Island in the north, to beautiful Rainbow Bay in the south.
The Gold Coast is situated at 27° 57'S latitude & 153° 25'E longtitude, 100kms south of Brisbane and 900kms north of Sydney.
The Gold Coast's climate is sub-tropical with plenty of year round sunshine, in fact the Gold Coast averages of 300 days of sunshine a year.
The average Summer temperature ranges from 19° to 29° Celsius or between 66° and 83° Fahrenheit. Average Winter temperature on the Gold Coast ranges from 9° to 21° Celsius or 48° to 69° Fahrenheit.
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