Map of Gold Coast Suburbs

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The Gold Coast is a city located immediately south of Brisbane on the south-eastern extremity of the state of Queensland. As of 2010, it had a population of almost 600,000 people, making the Gold Coast City Council local government area the second most populous in the nation (second only to the City of Brisbane). It also features the Q1 tower, which is the tallest building in Australia and the Southern Hemisphere, at the time of writing (2014).

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The Gold Coast has a humid subtropical climate. Its record high temperature is 41 degrees Celsius and its record lowest is 3 degrees Celsius. Its average high is 25 degrees Celsius and its average low temperature is 17 degrees Celsius. On average, it has 135 rainy days per year.

Waterfront residential canals, banned in other states (such as New South Wales), are common in the Gold Coast and much of the Gold Coast is vulnerable to flooding, should sea levels rise.

 

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