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GC Broadwater Walk

Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

GC Broadwater Walk

Length5.6 mi
Elev. Gain124.6 ft
Est. Steps13000
Created by Patrick 🚶‍♂️🏃‍♂️🥋🇦🇺
GC Broadwater Walk is a 5.7 mile (13,000-step) route located near Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. This route has an elevation gain of about 124.6 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.
Good ocean side walk with plenty of parklands & BBQ areas along the way, not a lot of shade though on the walking path.

Loders Creek

The Loders Creek is a stream and tidal creek which flows through the suburbs of the Gold Coast of South East Queensland, Australia. The creek is 8.3 kilometres (5.2 mi) long, and forms part of The Broadwater estuary catchment area.

Nerang River

The Nerang River is a perennial river located in South East Queensland, Australia. Its catchment lies within the Gold Coast local government area and covers an area of 490 square kilometres (190 sq mi). The river is approximately 62 kilometres (39 mi) in length.

Gold Coast Broadwater

The Gold Coast Broadwater, also known as Southport Broadwater, Gold Coast Harbour and The Broadwater, is a large shallow estuary of water located in the Gold Coast district of South East Queensland, Australia. The estuary reaches from the locality of Southport in the south, to the southern section of the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Moreton Bay in the north.

Chinatown, Gold Coast

Gold Coast Chinatown is focused on Davenport and Young Streets, and includes the connecting laneways (Regent and Davison Lanes) and parts of Nerang, Garden and Scarborough Streets, Southport. Gold Coast Chinatown is part of the revitalisation of Southport as a central business district for the Gold Coast.

Main Beach Pavilion and Southport Surf Lifesaving Club

Main Beach Pavilion and Southport Surf Lifesaving Club are heritage-listed beach buildings off Macarthur Parade, Main Beach, Queensland, Australia. The Main Beach Pavilion was designed by Thomas Ramsay Hall and Lionel Blythewood Phillips of the architectural firm Hall and Phillips and built in 1934 for the Southport Town Council.

Sundale Bridge

The Sundale Bridge is a bridge located in the Gold Coast region of South East, Queensland, Australia. Officially known as the Gold Coast Bridge, but locally referred to as the Sundale Bridge due to its proximity to the site of the former Sundale Shopping Centre, the bridge spans the Nerang River linking the suburbs of Southport and Main Beach.

1954 Australian Grand Prix

The 1954 Australian Grand Prix was a motor race held at the Southport Road Circuit near Southport in Queensland, Australia on 7 November 1954. The race was held over 27 laps of the nine mile (9.7 kilometre) circuit, a total distance of 153.9 miles (247.6 km). It was the nineteenth Australian Grand Prix and the second to be held in Queensland.

Broadwater Parklands light rail station

Broadwater Parklands light rail station is located on Queen Street in the Gold Coast suburb of Southport. The station is part of the Gold Coast G:link light rail system and provides direct access to Southport Broadwater Parklands, a large community park situated on the Gold Coast Broadwater.

1988 Lifesaving World Championships

The 1988 Lifesaving World Championships were held between 22–27 March 1988 at the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.These were the first Lifesaving World Championships to include both pool and ocean events with the pool events being conducted at the Southport Olympic Pool in Southport and the ocean events being conducted at Main Beach and Greenmount Beach.

Humphreys Boat Shed

Humphreys Boat Shed is a heritage-listed workshop and slipway at Seaworld Drive, Main Beach, Queensland, Australia. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 31 August 2001, but was removed in June 2015 having been destroyed.
Route Details


5.6 mi

Elev. Gain

124.6 ft

Est. Steps

Created by
Patrick 🚶‍♂️🏃‍♂️🥋🇦🇺
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