Located 30 minutes from the Gold Coast Airport and just minutes away from the beautiful Gold Coast beaches, Surfers Paradise, Currumbin Sanctuary, Robina Town Centre, Cbus Stadium, and Metricon Stadium, Mercure Gold Coast Resort is perfectly positioned for your business or pleasure trip. Enjoy a wide array of exceptional amenities at the Mercure Gold Coast Resort, including spacious rooms, swimming pools, conference facilities and five championship golf courses.

some of the many facilities include two floodlit tennis courts, day spa, fully equipped fitness centre, spa and sauna, restaurant and bar, laundry facilities, WiFi access, 24hr reception and in-room dining.



The Gold Coast airport, also known as Coolangatta Airport, although fairly small, is well connected to all the cities in Australia and to some of the major cities in the world, especially in Asia and New Zealand. You can board a direct flight to Gold Coast (if available) or you can take a flight to Sydney or Melbourne or some other city in Australia and from there board a connecting flight to Gold Coast. You can also take a flight to Brisbane (about 46 kilometres from Gold Coast) and then take a connecting flight/train to Gold Coast.

Monorail and the regular railway are great options for commuting to Gold Coast from other cities. If you land at Brisbane airport, you can reach Gold Coast by taking the Airtrain. These trains run every half an hour and are operational seven days a week. Whether you are travelling in a big group or alone, Airtrain ensures a hassle-free and comfortable journey.


Logan Motorway at Brisbane is well linked to the Pacific Highway. The Gold Coast Highway is the link between the suburbs on the coast. Surfside Buslines, the public transport provider for Gold Coast, is a reliable, convenient and budget-friendly way to commute to the city.