Gold Coast Airport Visitor Information Centre

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Gold Coast Visitor Information Centre
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The Gold Coast Airport Visitor Information And Booking Centre is located within the open area of the airport in Bilinga, the bottom end of the Gold Coast.

The location is great for people arriving to the Gold Coast via the airport but is less convenient for those who live more locally or drive there.

Address: Site 20, Gold Coast Airport, Domestic Arrival Terminal, 1 Terminal Drive, Bilinga, Queensland.


Phone: 1300 309 440, 07 5536 4709


Nearby Brown Signs

Bilinga Beach – Bilinga Beach is one of the quietest beaches along the Gold Coast ocean beach strip with smaller surf ideal for family swimming at a patrolled beach

Coolangatta Beach – the most southern ocean beach in Queensland and is one of only two north facing beaches on the popular Gold Coast

Cougal Cascade –

Currumbin Wildlife Park –

Currumbin Rock Pools –

David Fleay Wildlife Park –

Greenmount Beach – one of the last main beaches in Queensland before the New South Wales border, near Snapper Rocks and patrolled by Rainbow Bay Surf Club

Jellurgal Aboringinal Centre –

Kirra Beach – one of the popular beaches in the Coolangatta area of the Gold Coast famous as a great surfing location, with Kirra Reef 400m off shore

North Kirra Beach – the newest in the Gold Coast to get a surf life saving club but it still has a long history, established over 70 years ago in 1949

Pacific Beach –

Palm Beach –

Rainbow Bay – the last main beach in Queensland before the New South Wales border, protected by Snapper Rocks from eastern swells

Surf World –

Superbee Honeyworld –

Tallebudgera Beach –

Tallebudgera Creek Beach –

Tugun Beach –

Nearby Big Things

Big Eagle ‘Rusty Chook’ – The Big Eagle is an iron sculpture at the top of Kirra Point since 1984, known by locals as the Rusty Chook, it was made by sculptor Craig Medson


Hours:Closed due to COVID, Mon-Sun 7am-7.30pm

Toilets:Flushing Toilets


Wheelchair accessible:Yes

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