Gold Coast

St Peters International College campus is located in the heart of Gold Coast. Easily accessible by public transport and is just a few minutes’.
Building is situated close to main shopping centre, banks, doctors & dentists, food-courts, and libraries of Gold Coast.

From the iconic Surfers Paradise beach to the dining precincts of Main Beach and Broadbeach and out to the lush, green hinterland, there’s a new experience waiting for you at every turn on the Gold Coast. Theme parks, world-renowned beaches and year-round sunshine are just a few of the reasons 10.5 million visitors flock to the Gold Coast each year.

Australia’s Gold Coast is a city coming of age. Strategically located on the edge of the Asia-Pacific rim, with access to two international airports, the Gold Coast is perfectly positioned as a destination for business, investment, study, sport, events, tourism and lifestyle.

Situated in the south east corner of the state of Queensland, the Gold Coast stretches along 57 kilometres of coastline and is home to over half a million people. Beyond the city’s beautiful beaches are vast, sub-tropical rainforests with breathtaking scenery.

Welcoming close to 12 million visitors each year, the Gold Coast is full of attractions and things to do. As Australia’s premier tourist destination, the city offers a vibrant mix of shopping, accommodation, theme parks, restaurants, entertainment and events, along with an abundance of natural attractions.

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The Gold Coast has developed into a diverse, cosmopolitan, forward-thinking city with a future full of promise.

As host city for the Commonwealth GamesTM in 2018, the Gold Coast is embracing transformative civic projects like never before, with more than $13.5 billion in major infrastructure projects planned or underway set to change the face of our city in a way that is distinctly our own.including a wide range of cuisines and over 2,300 elegant restaurants, bistros and cafes.

Gold Coast has an excellent public transport system with trams, trains and buses providing an extensive network throughout the city and suburbs.

The Gold Coast offers a work-life balance unachievable in most of the world’s major cities. The proximity of our professional environment to stunning beaches and lush rainforests enables a truly enviable lifestyle. The city remains one of the most bio-diverse in Australia with natural habitats that are home to more than 700 animals and 1800 plant species.

Our natural environment is an extraordinary asset and an integral part of our local identity and culture with 57 kilometres of coastline, 260 kilometres of navigable waterways, more than 2000 parks covering approximately 21,000 hectares and 100,000 hectares of world heritage-listed rainforests.