The Gold Coast has great restaurants. Click on the title to explore the restaurants in each area of the Gold Coast. The Gold Coast restaurant map shows the location of the main Gold Coast restaurant areas.
Ashmore is a suburb behind Surfers Paradise.
Broadbeach has a large number of restaurants. Close to the Gold Coast Convention Centre and the the Casino.
Broadwater is a coastal area that extends north from Seaworld to Runaway bay.
Burleigh Heads is a relaxing village atmosphere in the centre of the Gold Coast.
Coolangatta has a variety of casual dining experiences that reflect the beach culture lifestyle of this precinct.
A low key picturesque area about 15 km south of Surfers Paradise.
The villages of Mudgeerba, Nerang, Springbook, Numbinah Valley, Tamborine Mountain, Murwillumbah, Beaudesert, Canungra, Jimboomba and Rathdowney have a selection of restaurants, cafes, roadside stall and historical pubs.
Labrador is on the northern end of the Gold Coast and looks over Southport and the Broadwater.
Marina Mirage and Mariner's Cove are central restaurant areas on the Spit with views over the Marina and the waterways.
Mermaid Beach is situated in the southern end of the Gold Coast and is somewhat quieter than Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach.
Palm beach is just to the north of Currumbin creek.
Robina is 11 km inland from Surfers Paradise and close to the motorway.
Sanctuary Cove is a marine village at the northern end of the Gold Coast with a wide selection of Gold Coast restaurants, cafes and bars.
Surfers Paradise offers an exciting scene with a large selection of restaurants, cafes and food courts. There are lots of bars and places to dance.
The Gold Coast Hinterland is a boutique wine growing region just half an hour inland from the coast. Many wineries have tastings and some have restaurants.
Dining on the calm waters of the Gold Coast provides for a memorable holiday experience. A number of boats run lunch and dinner cruises.