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Physiotherapy services

  • Sports Physiotherapy
  • Bulk Billing Physiotherapy
  • Motor Vehicle Injuries
  • Post-Natal Physiotherapy
  • Remedial Massage
  • Women's Health Physiotherapy
  • Dry Needling
  • Paediatric Physiotherapy
  • Posture Correction
  • Soft Tissue and Muscle Injuries
  • Aged Care Physiotherapy
  • Gait and Balance
  • Post Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Pregnancy Care
  • Sports Injury Prevention

Popular suburbs in Gold Coast

Popular streets in Gold Coast

  • Imperial Parade
  • Stanhill Drive
  • Oxley Drive
  • Barrier Reef Drive
  • Coolgardie Street
  • Sundance Way
  • Melville Drive
  • Wongawallan Road
  • Wahroonga Place
  • Cotlew Street
  • Coomera Gorge Drive
  • Beacon Road
  • Vista Street
  • Dalpura Street
  • Oxley Drive
  • Teemangum Street
  • Vaggelas Crescent
  • Serenity Boulevard
  • River Meadows Drive
  • Virginia Drive
  • Clover Way
  • Cova Boulevard
  • Robert Street
  • Carina Peak Drive
  • Oyster Cove Promenade
  • Street TBA
  • Ridgevale Drive
  • Bluetail Crescent
  • Botanical Drive
  • Michigan Drive
  • Hedges Avenue
  • Government Road
  • Ocean Street
  • John Lund Drive
  • Madang Crescent
  • Alexandra Avenue
  • Olsen Avenue
  • Pendraat Parade
  • Broadwater Street
  • The Esplanade
  • Magnetic Drive
  • Broadbeach Boulevard
  • Teemangum Street
  • Witt Avenue
  • Oleander Avenue
  • North View Street
  • Sunrise Boulevard
  • Murev Way
  • Errol Avenue
  • Middle Street
  • River Links Boulevard East
  • Point Drive
  • Skyline Terrace
  • Sky Royal Terrace
  • Southport Avenue
  • Seaworld Drive
  • Discovery Drive
  • Swan Road
  • Stephens Street
  • Billinghurst Crescent
  • Pine Ridge Road
  • Laycock Street
  • Duet Drive
  • Alison Road
  • Magnolia Drive East
  • Watson Esplanade
  • Plateau Crescent
  • Cannes Avenue
  • Harbour Rise
  • Duringan Street
  • Chelsea Avenue
  • Burleigh Street
  • Catalina Way
  • Jennifer Avenue
  • Wharf Road
  • Riverleigh Drive
  • Kinabalu Drive
  • Lindfield Road
  • Fairway Boulevard
  • View Avenue
  • Paradise Parade
  • Bondi Avenue
  • Hans Street
  • Norfolk Avenue
  • Field Street
  • Ventura Road
  • Genoa Street
  • Rio Vista Boulevard
  • Reserve Road
  • Saltwater Terrace
  • Paradise Island
  • Sudbury Drive
  • Long Road
  • Grant Avenue
  • Wardoo Street
  • Monterey Keys Drive
  • Bright Avenue
  • Bruce Avenue
  • Martin Street
  • Harley Street
  • Southaven Drive
  • Hayle Street
  • Turpin Road
  • Sunset Boulevard
  • Milton Avenue
  • Village Way
  • Bridie Drive
  • Oceanic Drive
  • Leonard Avenue
  • Ashbourne Terrace
  • Eagle Heights Road
  • Monte Carlo Avenue
  • Garfield Terrace
  • Treeline Circuit
  • Purli Street
  • Nerang Street
  • Philip Avenue
  • Coombabah Road
  • Alpine Terrace
  • Magnolia Dr E

Our physiotherapists treat

  • Arthritis
  • Chronic pain
  • Headaches
  • Leg pain
  • Migraines
  • Shoulder pain
  • Upper back pain
  • Back pain
  • Elbow pain
  • Hip pain
  • Lower back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Side pain
  • Whiplash
  • Balance problems
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Knee pain
  • Middle back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Sports injuries
  • Wrist pain

Gold Coast profile

Gold Coast is a city in Queensland, world-renowned for its beaches and booming culinary scene. It is located 66 kilometres south of the state capital Brisbane and is in the local government area of the City of Gold Coast.

It is the 6th largest city in Australia with a total land area of 972 km2 and a population of 679,127 according to the 2018 population statistics.

History of Gold Coast

Explorer Lieutenant James Cook discovered the region on 16 May 1770; however, the area remained uninhabited until 1823 when explorer John Oxley landed at Mermaid Beach. In the mid-19th century, it was the land’s supply of red cedar that attracted people to establish settlements.

Land surveys began around that time. Southport, a suburb in the Gold Coast, began to be known as a secluded holiday destination for the wealthy population of Brisbane. The establishment of Surfer Paradise Hotel in the late 1920s pushed further the growth of the region.

The town was initially called as South Coast, being that the city was south of Brisbane, but the over-inflated prices of real estate and other goods in the area led to the nickname “Gold Coast”. The city’s current name was officially adopted on 23 October 1958. Also during this decade, tourism began to boom in the town of Gold Coast and eventually, the area was proclaimed a city on 16 May 1959.

Facilities Around Gold Coast

From a small coastal holiday destination, Gold Coast grew to become the country’s 6th largest city. Today, the City of Gold Coast is made of suburbs, localities, towns and rural districts. Its major tourist attractions are its beaches with the city consisting of 70 kilometres of coastline.

Several surf breaks in Australia that are located in Gold Coast include South Stradbroke Island, The Spit, Surfers Paradise, Broadbeach and Mermaid Beach. These sites draw almost 10 million visitors annually with the Gold Coast Airport opening the region to international tourists.

There are plenty of accommodations across the city ranging from hostels, self-contained apartments and five-star resorts. Besides its beaches, Gold Coast has a plethora of theme parks like Dreamworld, Sea World, Wet’n’Wild Water World and Warner Brothers.

The commercial centre of Gold coast are the suburbs of Southport, which contains the city’s CBD, and Surfers Paradise.

Two major universities have campuses in Gold Coast. These are Bond University at Robina and Griffith University at Southport. A smaller campus of Southern Cross University is found in Bilinga, while The Gold Coast Institue of Technical and Further Education has five campuses across the city. There are over 100 primary schools in the Gold Coast, and there are several libraries too.

Most residents in the City of Gold Coast rely on their private vehicles to get around; however, the city has extensive public transport from buses as well as heavy and light rail.

Famous Destinations Around Gold Coast

Surfers Paradise Beach

While there are plenty of tourist destinations in the City of Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise Beach is the top destination in the region. This beach has a three-kilometre stretch of soft white sand with skyscrapers rising behind it. There are shallow swimming areas for children, while surfers can enjoy gentle swells.

Several cafes and restaurants are nearby the beaches, while bargain hunters could check out the Surfers Paradise Beachfront Markets (held every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday nights) where all sorts of items are sold.

SkyPoint

Located in Q1 Resort and Spa, Australia’s tallest residential tower, SkyPoint offers scenic views of the whole of Gold Coast. At SkyPoint Observation Deck on level 77, visitors could see a 360-degree panorama of the city, while a more exciting way to view Gold Coast is via SkyPoint Climb.

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