Holiday Homes & Baches in Gold Coast

Holiday Homes & Baches in Gold Coast

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Highlights in Gold Coast

  • Modern holiday homes with incredible sea views
  • Paradise beaches
  • tourist attractions
  • Theme parks
  • Lush forests
  • Cosy holiday homes suitable for all tastes

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Holiday Home for 5 People in Queensland
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Holiday Home • 99 m² • 3 Bedrooms
(63 reviews)
Fully self-contained Queenslander style cottage set within a 2 acre property with elevated views (as one guest said “it’s like living in the trees!). We welcome well behaved pets (see below) at Lark Rise.Beautiful semi-rural setting and only few minute's drive from historic village of Mudgeeraba, approx 10 minutes from Robina, with its large shopping centre & approx. 20 minutes from some of the Gold Coast's best beaches and the Gold Coast theme parks.Property has 3 bedrooms - Master with Queen sized bed, 2nd room having the option of two king singles or one large king-sized bed and 3rd ...
from NZ$240 / night
Cottage for 4 People in Mount Tamborine, Queensland
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Mount Tamborine, Queensland
Cottage • 4 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
(22 reviews)
*Minimum 2 night stay*Nestled away in the idyllic and quiet mountain suburb of Olde Eagle Heights, Witherby Cottage is surrounnd take in the views that overlook the native bush and Gold by sweetly perfumed cottage gardens and boasts views of the hinterlands and Gold Coast.Just a few minutes walk from Gallery Walk, Witherby Cottage features 2 bedrooms with queen beds, 1 bathroom with claw foot bath, toilet and separate shower.This beautifully, fully equipped cottage kitchen has a dishwasher, hotplates, coffee machine, kettle, and microwave to allow your stay to be hassle free. The cupboard i...
from NZ$277 / night
Chalet for 2 People in Mount Tamborine, Queensland
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Mount Tamborine, Queensland
Chalet • 49 m² • 1 Bedroom
(30 reviews)
Romance and Indulge yourself in a glamorous open plan, split-level chalet hidden in luxuriant rainforest within just a minute's stroll of Gallery Walk - Superb ambiance with super high ceilings, ceiling windows & a very high glass wall looking out directly into the palms, ferns & tree ferns - Queen sized bed & double recliner couch - Spa bath for 2 plus roomy en-suite bathroom with shower recess - Delightful covered front verandah - Air conditioning & wood fire - Kitchenette with everything you need - Linen supplied - Very peaceful & private - 1 night bookings available....
from NZ$185 / night

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    Prices and availability

    Current Holiday letting prices in Gold Coast

    NZ$667for 1 Jun - 8 Jun
    NZ$819 annual average
    Average price per week

    Current holiday letting availability in Gold Coast

    26%for 1 Jun - 8 Jun
    45% annual average
    Percentage of available homes

    Holiday homes and baches on the Gold Coast

    Modern holiday homes with incredible sea views

    Searching for a gorgeous holiday home far away from the chaos of city life to have a good time in the relaxing Australian’s beaches? Gold Coast has an enormous range of charming and recently renewed home in Brisbane, Mount Tamborine, Burleigh Heads, Broadbeach, Upper Coomera and Surfers Paradise, within easy access to the city's crystalline beaches. Whether you like better passing time resting in heavenly and charming cottages or if you're feeling energetic, Holidu has just what you need. There are broad ranges of holiday homes in the gorgeous Gold Coast. An excellent occasion to purely reconnect with nature and enjoy the warm subtropical climate.

    Cosy holiday homes adapted for all tastes

    Ideal for families, couples or even backpackers, the Gold Coast offers an extensive amount of home to choose for, plenty of them maintain the warming coastal vibes with contemporary frontages, leafy gardens and spacious balconies with heavenly sea views. Remodelled contemporary design home that provides all comforts for everyone. From vintage installations or instead fancy modern ones, your whole demands will be satisfied; lodging for the whole group, flats with balcony, terrace and private pool, and of course is all family-friendly. Sounds attractive? Why wait any longer?

    Holidays on the Gold Coast

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    The best attractions to enjoy your holidays

    Gold Coast is a paradise for surfers and has endless water activities to do. It is a fantastic metropolitan city located on the east coast of the state of Queensland, very close to Brisbane, in eastern Australia. It is world-famous for its kilometre long beaches, the main one being Surfers Paradise, which stretches along more than 60 km of golden sand, prominent waves, and crystal clear waters, where tourists can find multiple cafés, bars and shops to enjoy at the same time to maximize this coastal experience. There are certainly plenty to do, from enjoying the sunrise in Burleigh, fishing off Main Beach, or surfing with the pros at Snapper Rocks, there are plenty of activities for you to have a great beach holiday.

    From mind-blowing paradisiacal beaches to lush forest for hikers

    At the southern tip of the Gold Coast, is the town of Coolangatta and its neighbouring Greenmount Beach, where you can surf from high level as this area has a particular swell, especially around Greenmount, Snapper Rocks and in Duranbah. From Coolangatta, approximately 40 km of tourist businesses, restaurants, cafés and bars begin; and paradisiacal beaches that extend north to Southport and Surfers Paradise, one of the most spectacular and famous beaches that the Gold Coast offers, and it is often said that its waves are the best on the planet. To the west of the city, 75 km south of Brisbane, is the astonishing Lamington Park national park, declared a World Heritage Site, for its impressive geological characteristics, since inside it houses 500 waterfalls and, Gondwana rainforests, volcanic craters And countless Australian wildlife species in danger of extinction, this is certainly an idyllic destination for hikers.

    Travellers and activities

    Gold Coast for beach lovers

    Gold Coast is one of the most impressive places in Australia to enjoy beautiful beaches; Whether you prefer to surf, paddleboard, swim, or relax on the sand; Gold Coast, has everything that any tourist could wish for. From Snapper Rocks, home to annual surfing competitions, it is part of an artificial surf break that offers one of the longest and hollowest waves in the world; to Rainbow Bay, ideal for families to enjoy, with waves suitable for both beginners and experienced surfers; and from Currumbin Beach, a great place to learn to surf, protected from the southern land winds; to Burleigh Heads, perfect for swimming, surfing or ocean front dining and visiting native markets in the area. Of course, you should not miss visiting other extraordinary beaches such as Tallebudgera Creek, Surfers Paradise or Kirra Beach.

    Gold Coast for adventurers

    The Gold Coast not only has lovely beaches, it is also famous for its amazing Scenic Rim Forest, which is home to lush mountain ranges, rainforests, a volcanic caldera, and luxury cabins inside. It is undoubtedly an excellent place to experience an adventure, hike trails, plunge into natural rock pools, and relax under the stars. Once there, you can explore the ancient rainforest of Lamington National Park, enjoy an eco-retreat at Spicers Canopy, or have a luxurious glamping experience at Nightfall.

    Did you know that Gold Coast is the most biologically diverse city in the world, home to more than 1,300 species of animals and 1,700 species of plants?

    Top 5 travel tips on the Gold Coast

    1. Get to the top of "Q1",

    One of Australia's most spectacular buildings is "Q1", located on the Gold Coast. It is the tallest building in Australia and the eighth tallest in the world, at 322.5 meters high, it has the peculiarity that it allows visitors access to its top floor, the 78th floor, where there is a sky point or a viewpoint that will leave you speechless.

    2. Meet the amazing fauna in the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

    In the natural park Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary you can be in contact with the Australian fauna up close and meet kangaroos, crocodiles, dingoes, emus, and even some quokka, Australian animals in danger of extinction. It is one of the most charming places to visit in the Gold Coast, where you can also learn about the history of the aborigines, their traditions, their gastronomy or their dances. It has no waste! "

    3. Live the adventure in the theme parks

    One of the wonders of this city are the various activities that can be done in it. On the Gold Coast, there are 4 amusement parks to visit. The Sea World is a park where you can meet marine life; the Warner Bros Movie World, is an ideal film park for film lovers; the famous Dream World, popular for its fast-paced and fun attractions; as well as the Wet ‘n’ Wild, a water park with a pool with giant waves, unmissable!

    4. Admire the works of art in the City Art Gallery

    One of the most interesting museums in the Gold Coast is the City Gallery, in which local, national and international works are exhibited, as well as collections of contemporary and historical works illustrating the history of the city of Gold Coast. In addition, inside the museum there is a cafeteria to enjoy a delicious snack.

    5. Tour the Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk.

    One of the incredible places to see in the Gold Coast to enjoy nature at its best is the Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk. Here you can walk for 45 minutes along a walkway erected on top of tropical trees, 15 meters above the ground! In addition to all this, you can visit the luminous caves of Glow Worm Caves, it is quite an experience!

    FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Gold Coast

    How much did it cost for a holiday rental in Gold Coast in 2020, the first year impacted by the corona crisis?

    With an average price of NZ$439.04 per night, Gold Coast lies at the lower end of the price range for holiday homes in Australia.

    Which month allows you to save the most on holiday homes and baches?

    According to our most recent historical data, the months that allow you to save the most in Gold Coast are November, October, and December, with average prices of NZ$351.97, NZ$379.35 and NZ$380.02, respectively.

    In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday home in Gold Coast?

    When you look at renting a holiday home in Gold Coast, the highest prices are found in the month of January (with an average of NZ$552.93 per night), followed by April (NZ$525.01), and May (NZ$496.37).

    Is Gold Coast a good location for a last-minute getaway?

    It is better to book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Gold Coast, as only 35% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.

    Which months offer the highest availability?

    The months when it's easiest to find free accommodation in Gold Coast are May (the average amount of properties that are available reached 57% of the total in 2020), April (52.75%), and June (44%).

    When are fewer holiday homes and baches available?

    The months with the lowest properties available in Gold Coast are, in order, December, January and November, with respective average availability figures of 13%, 20%, and 22.5%, based on data collected in 2020.

    How many holiday homes are there in Gold Coast?

    We have 2200 properties for you in Gold Coast, provided by our 4 local and international partners.

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