Destination


Gold Coast

Inspiring, energetic and exciting, the Gold Coast is the perfect destination for any business event with an enticing blend of venues, experiences, pristine beaches and a superb sub-tropical climate. This compelling combination regularly draws record delegate numbers to the Gold Coast.

Anna Case, director of Gold Coast Business Events, said the Gold Coast was looking forward to hosting this prestigious event.

‘We delighted to hear that the PCO Association is convening on the Gold Coast this year and we’re looking forward to the opportunity to showcase the broad appeal of the Gold Coast to these key meeting industry professionals,” she said.

“The Gold Coast is a destination in high demand for business events and we’re confident our winning combination of meeting infrastructure, delegate experiences and superb climate will leave a lasting impression.”

Getting to the Gold Coast

The Gold Coast is serviced by two major airports.

Gold Coast Airport

Gold Coast Airport is conveniently located 30 minutes from the city centre and offers extensive domestic and international services. Direct flights to and from all Australian capital cities and regional areas, plus the majority of metropolitan centres across the globe are readily available.

Airport Transfers

Brisbane Airport

Brisbane Domestic and International Airport is less than one hour’s drive north from the city centre via the M1.

Airport Transfers

Getting around the Gold Coast

Light Rail

The Gold Coast light rail connects the Gold Coast University Hospital to the commercial, retail and recreational centres of Southport, Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach. Trams run every 7.5 minutes from 7am to 7pm on weekdays between the 16 stations. For further information, visit ridetheg.com.au

Trains

The Gold Coast train line runs down the city’s western side. Each of the six main stations are less than 20 minutes to the heart of the city. The line is linked up to the much larger Queensland Rail network and is part of the South East rail line.

South East Queensland Train Network Map.

Buses

The Gold Coast has a comprehensive 24 hour public bus service operated by Translink. Translink operates between Coomera in Queensland to Pottsville in northern New South Wales.

For more information visit surfside.com.au or translink.com.au