GOLD COAST CAMPUS
Serious about a career in tourism, hospitality or event management? Train in the heart of the action at Pacific Training Group, Gold Coast. Recognised as the undisputed tourist capital of Australia and host to the 2018 Commonwealth Games, the Gold Coast offers you a world of workplace training and employment opportunities.
Located in the famous beachside suburb and tourist hub of Surfers Paradise, Pacific Training Group offers you an idyllic study location and access to local industry employers including hotels and resorts, tourist, entertainment and sporting venues and more.
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Level 2, 3033 Surfers Paradise Boulevard
Surfers Paradise QLD 4216
Tel: +61 7 5538 9973
Monday to Friday, 8am – 5pm
- Large, bright training rooms equipped with digital learning technology
- Free campus-wide Wifi
- Fully equipped student lounge and kitchenette
- Sunny outdoor balcony with views to the hinterland
At your doorstep
Q1, Australia’s tallest building
Surfers Paradise beach, esplanade, shops, restaurants and nightlife
Surfers Paradise Light Rail Station
GLORIOUS GOLD COAST
The Gold Coast is recognised as the undisputed tourist capital of Australia. While over 600,000 locals enjoy the lifestyle the area offers (making it Australia’s sixth largest city), 12 million visitors a year also arrive to find a remarkable place for a holiday.
The Gold Coast boasts 300 days of sunshine per year, 70kms of clean, sandy beaches, world-class entertainment and recreation, and a buzzing nightlife. And for nature lovers, the Gold Coast hinterland has over 100,00 hectares of World Heritage rainforest and unique Australian wildlife, offering a world of adventure.
With its sub-tropical climate, lower cost of living and tourism based employment industry, you’ll love living, studying and working on the beautiful Gold Coast.
Summer (December – February)
During summer the average temperature is a pleasant 21 – 28.4°C (69.8 – 83.1°F). February is the wettest month (receiving 184mm/7.2” on average), and short, tropical storms are common in the late afternoon and early evening. During summer humidity is high, roughly 69 – 75%, but this is offset by cool sea breezes.
Autumn (March – May)
In Autumn sunny days are followed by cooler nights with average temperatures between 18 – 25.7°C (64.4 – 78.2°F). Water temperatures are still high enough to swim (25.2°C / 77.3°F) and it is generally less rainy than the summer months.
Winter (June – August)
Winter on the Gold Coast is generally sunny and dry with average temperatures between 12.5 – 21.5°C (54.5 – 70.7°F). Clear skies and dry air average cool nights.
Spring (September – November)
Sunny days are followed by mild tropical evenings and average temperatures range from 16.9 – 25.4°C (62.4 – 77.7°F). Days are dry but can be windy, especially during September.
With its flat terrain and warm climate, the Gold Coast is the perfect place to get around on bike. Utilise more than 800kms of bike paths and keep safe.
The Gold Coast has a range of public transport options including trains, buses and light rail that all operate as part of the TransLink network. You’ll need to pre-purchase a go card for travel.
For details check https://translink.com.au/gold-coast
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