Why choose Gold Coast


Australia’s Gold Coast is a very unique city, and one of the world’s best holiday and study destinations. Experience the Gold Coast’s spectacular beaches, World Heritage listed rainforest, exciting night life, theme parks, shopping, restaurants, festivals and events, and internationally renown educational programs and courses.

Visiting students have a great time on the Gold Coast, with attractions including some of the world’s tallest and fastest thrill rides, encounters with koalas, kangaroos and wildlife, tours to the rainforest or reef and exciting events. There is plenty to keep you occupied while you further your knowledge and study on Australia’s, Gold Coast.

The Gold Coast is one of the most interesting, multicultural and friendly places in the world. At night the countless city lights make for a spectacular setting and entice holiday makers onto the streets in search of fun after dark. Hundreds of restaurants, cafes and bars are open late into the night when everyone enjoys a mix of local and international food, fun and music.

The multicultural nature of Gold Coast means all flavours of the world are served in the restaurants, cafes and stores around the city. Some of Australia’s best restaurants and international chefs are on the Gold Coast. Famous for fresh seafood, tropical fruits and the best locally grown vegetables; the region has been blessed with great ingredients for world class cuisine.

Natural attractions are central with legendary beaches and waterways a major feature, providing an idyllic backdrop for boating excursions, scenic flights and surf-based activities. Less than 30 minutes from the beach is Australia’s largest expanse of sub-tropical rainforest, bordered by rural farmland and bush where travellers can encounter Australia’s unique native wildlife and experience a taste of country life.

Above all, the Gold Coast presents a safe and secure destination where travellers can freely explore and experience the very best that Australia has to offer.

Living in Gold Coast

The Gold Coast has roughly 500,000 residents and hosts millions of visitors each year, making it one of the most exciting and thriving communities in Australia.

It is part of the fastest growing area in the country and tens of thousands of people move to the Coast each year from interstate and overseas - the Gold Coast is the 6th largest city in Australia, and Australia's largest non-capital city.

Gold Coast Transport

BROWNS Gold Coast Campus

Gold Coast campus
The Gold Coast is renowned for its famous surf beaches, expansive waterways, subtropical rainforest, large shopping centres and exciting nightlife. With an average of 300 days of sunshine per year, it’s no wonder visitors don’t want to leave! BROWNS Gold Coast campus is conveniently located in the city centre, close to cafés, shops and the beach. The school building has direct frontage to the beautiful Southport Broadwater Parklands, a green retreat for sports activities and BBQ’s.