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Surfers Paradise Markets

Surfers Paradise Markets

The Gold Coast is a renowned beach destination with pristine water and golden sandy beaches. With the sparkling blue water of the Pacific Ocean, Surfers Paradise is a one-of-a-kind destination for tourists.

Aside from the surrounding beaches, visitors also love the theme parks, the pulsating night life and shopping at the local Surfers Paradise Markets. With an array of elegant shopping malls, factory outlets and local Surfers Paradise night markets, visitors enjoy a wonderful shopping experience.

Surfers Paradise Beachfront Night Markets

The Pacific Fair Shopping Center in Broadbeach boasts over 130 fashion boutiques and accessory stores, along with a Myer department store. You will find different kind of stores here; including home and specialty stores, electronics, apparel and small fashion boutiques.

Another shopping location of the area is undoubtedly the Night-time Beachfront markets in Surfers Paradise. This local market is setup in a country style and sells beautiful collectibles, gift items and souvenirs. The Surfers Paradise markets are open every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday evenings and showcase arts and crafts, jewellery, clothing and accessory stalls.

Whilst walking along the busy streets of the local markets, discover the honey and fruit stalls offering free samples for tasting. Whether you plan to pick up some clothes, items to take home or some locally produced foods, the markets has you covered.

Address
The Foreshore
Cnr of the Esplanade & Cavill Mall
Surfers Paradise, QLD

Operating Hours
Every Wednesday, Friday & Sunday night
From 4pm - 9pm

Phone
(07) 5584 3700

Email
[email protected]

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  • I am planing to visit Australia in Oct 2013, Melbourne , Sydney, and Brisbane with my family.

    I need to know about the weather in Oct and can we swim on that time? What are places we can enjoy in those cities as a family?

    • Hi Manar,

      As i live in Melbourne, i can tell you that the average Melbourne temperature for October is 20 degrees, the average Gold Coast temperature for October is 25 degrees, and Sydney sits about half way between those.

      I don’t have websites for Melbourne or Sydney yet, but for Gold Coast / Brisbane attractions, you can find the entire list of Gold Coast attractions here. If you only have a limited time, you can’t look past the range of Gold Coast Theme Parks (Movie World & Dreamworld at the very least).

      As for your question for swimming, you can really do this any time of the year on the Gold Coast (both at the beach and also the water parks). In fact, visitors from Melbourne and Sydney come here in Winter to escape the cold weather.

      Hope this helps!