Gold Coast

Gold Coast
Brisbane  might  get  the  funky  nickname,  but  everybody  knows  Australias  true  glitter  strip  is  the  Gold  Coast.  Its  Queenslands  tourist  hotspot  for  a  reason:  because  it  always  promises  fun,  excitement  and  a  good  dosage  of  adventure.  From  the  golden  beaches  to  the  thrilling  rollercoasters,  its  nearly  impossible  not  to  have  a  great  time  on  the  Gold  Coast! 

For  a  city  that  hosts  ten-million  tourists  each  year,  the  Gold  Coast  is  still  home  to  nearly  friendly  600,000  locals.  Its  perhaps  not  surprising  that  the  Gold  Coasts  primary  industry  is  tourism,  but  the  area  is  now  starting  to  diversify  with  steadily  growing  industries  like  marine  biology,  information  technology  and  film  production  (recent  films  produced  in  the  area  including  the  massively  popular  Thor:  Ragnarok  and  Pirates  of  the  Caribbean:  Dead  Men  Tell  No  Tales). 

The  Gold  Coast  also  promotes  a  number  of  major  annual  events  including  the  Gold  Coast  600,  Schoolies  and  multiple  music  festivals,  but  the  biggest  is  still  yet  to  come... 

The  Gold  Coast  is  a  city  that  continues  build  year  after  year,  and  it͛s  never  been  a  more  exciting  place  to  visit  than  now.  As  the  Gold  Coast  proudly  looks  out  towards  the  future,  you  won͛t  want  to  miss  being  part  of  it.
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Growing Market

Oxenford Pimpama on the Northern Gold Coast is Queensland’s second fastest growing markets (abs census 2106) with a population now of 121 000 people

Demographic

Median age on the Gold Coast is 39 years of age and on the Northern Gold Coast it is 41 years

Drive

Love the idea of reaching commuters? Radio does it every day with over 172 000 people getting to work each week as a passenger or driver in a car

Employment

The biggest employer on the Gold Coast is the Health care industry, followed by Retail, Accommodation and food and Construction