Paradise Centre Apartments
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- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Kids pool
- Babysitting service
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParadise Centre Apartments Surfers Paradise
The apartment was expensive but was well equipped with a beautiful view directly on to the beach and ocean. The apartment was very well appointed and serviced. Its central location made it an ideal spot for a short holiday during which one didn't want to waste time travelling.
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... were jumping out of the water.
Headed down the tower and back out in the heat, had to walk back to the hostel to drop off the camera bag and get our towels as we were going to head to the beach!
It wasn’t that far to get there either, everything just seemed a lot further away. We got there and there were a fair few people, but not horrendous. Put our stuff down then headed into the sea, the waves were really strong. ...
... the people who run Tree Top Challenge have not studied the principles of operations research. So, the process of equipment procurement, safety training ("please watch this video"), hands-on practice (more useful) and then actually doing it,, took longer than necessary -- but by about 1045am we were onto our first course. There are five courses -- a course being a collection of 'challenges' (the proprietors claim 87 challenges ...
... the stuff to go see are lorikeet feeding kangaroo feeding Australian sheep shearing show and there is a high ropes course seaway safaris
the food at the currumbin wildlife sanctuary is very expensive so i would recommend takeing your own food if your going to be there for the whole day
i enjoyed the day buts its probably not the best just for teenagers i would recommend it to young families
... only met other American's for the majority of our time at the Gold Coast.
It was very nice to explore city life and see other Americans, however, I am missing my own uni. I feel that in order to truly get the Australian experience you need to spend time in a less populated country town like Wagga. Although it is huge, it seems small and homey.
I arrived at Surfers Paradise, stored my luggage whilst I waited for my host to finish work, and headed to the esplanade for a walk along the beach. The national sandcastle competitions had just recently been held here and were still on display - they were all unbelievably detailed but I believe they'd chosen the right winner! After my walk I headed to the main shopping area to grab myself a coffee and perused the tourist info to decide what I should fit into my time here on the Gold ...