Rooftop Bars Gold Coast
Stretching along the coastline of eastern Australia, and with an average of 300 sunny days per year, it is no surprise that the Gold Coast is a highly popular destination for outdoor fun. That includes al fresco dining and drinking in the sun, and to get a more elevated experience, you should take aim for upwards, to a Gold Coast rooftop bar.
But which is the best rooftop bar Gold Coast has to offer? You will find out right here, with the ultimate guide to the best Gold Coast terraces, packed with all info you need about each venue: opening hours, dress code, pictures, maps and much more.
From vibrant rooftops in Surfers Paradise to high-end rooftop lounges Broadbeach, there is a rooftop bar Gold Coast for everyone. Just scroll down and find the Gold Coast rooftop bars best suited for you.
Rikard has spent the last 10 years exploring, enjoying, researching and working with rooftop venues. During these years he has visited more than 700 rooftops across the globe. The experience he has gained is used to create helpful, in-depth and accessible content, and to share his knowledge and rooftop expertise with fellow rooftop-lovers.
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Rooftop bar Gold Coast
Prime season: Sept-May
Residents: 680 000
Climate: humid subtropical
Located south of Bribane on the east coast of Austraila, Gold Coast is a metropolitan region, mostly famous for its pleasant climate and long sandy beaches. But this pleasant climate, with hot summer and mild winters, means that it is also a great place for rooftop bars.
Spread out over the different towns within the Goald Coast, you find rooftop bars from Coolangatta through Surfers Paradise and to Southport.
While there are a few really elevated Gold Coast rooftop bars, many of them are found at lower levels. But that does not stop the from providing sky-high vibes and plenty of long and fun hours in the Gold Coast sun, or under the starry sky.
About Gold Coast
Gold Coast is the sixth largest city in Australia, stretching along the coast of east Austraila, from Southport to Coolangatta. These towns within the city are to many more famous than the city itself, with Surfers Paradise as maybe the most notable.
The coastal location means plenty of long sandy beaches, but the Gold Coast is actually half covered by forests, and also holds man-made waterways that stretches over 260 kilometers.