The southernmost suburb of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia is the Coolangatta Beach having a
population of 5,193. It shares its economy with its neighboring twin town Tweed Heads situated in New
South Wales. The Gold Coast Airport has some of the runway crossing the border into New South Wales
The delicious food served by the clubs and the restaurants of the holiday region at the Coolangatta
Beach includes local seafood that tastes amazing. The Tweed River supports the fishing fleet of the
region and the Greenmount Hill offers a perfect spot for swimming. It is connected to Rainbow Bay from
where a point named the Point Danger can easily be reached. Coolangatta has worldclass oceanfront
hotels, clubs, restaurants, and much more for the entertainment of visitors. The famous Twin Towns
Services Club serves as the home to various international as well as local acts.
Highlights: Tweed Heads
New Year’s Festival.