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Keep your pool sparkling clean and ready to use with our comprehensive, affordable local Gold Coast pool cleaning service near me. Our Gold Coast pool cleaning service area encompasses all suburbs of the Gold Coast City Council Municipality. So, go ahead and give WaveBreak Pool Cleaning Service a call today.

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At WaveBreaks Gold Coast Pool Cleaning Service, we tackle all types of pools and spas in all settings. Whether commercial or residential, we have the expertise to carry out any action required to resolve any issues found. With our service area covering all Gold Coast suburbs, you can be certain that we have a pool and spa technician to service your location.

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City Of gold coast, queensland, Australia

City of Gold Coast Pool Cleaning Service Area

The City of Gold Coast has grown from a small beachside holiday destination into Australia’s sixth-largest city. Situated in Southeast Queensland’s growth corridor, the Gold Coast is one of Australia’s fastest-growing cities, especially since the advent of lockdowns in Australia’s southeast coastal cities, with thousands of residents selling up, packing up and moving north to the warmer weather.

Tourism remains fundamental to the Gold Coasts’ economy, with almost 10 million visitors annually to the area. Some diversification has taken place, with the city now having an industrial base made up of communication and technology, marine, education, fine food and dining, tourism, wineries, environment and sports industries. 

The City of Gold Coast Council has identified these industries as the key to delivering the city’s economic prosperity. The introduction of Southport as the Gold Coast central business district and a Priority Development Area has allowed for new investment into the CBD. It is driving change and creating new business opportunities.

Waterfront living, boating and fishing are a feature of the Gold Coast, with most water frontage homes having pontoons. The Gold Coast Seaway, between The Spit and South Stradbroke Island, allows boats of all sizes direct access to the Pacific Ocean from the Broadwater.

Over 890 kilometres of constructed residential waterfront land within the city is home to over 85,000 residents.
The city consists of 72 kilometres of coastline, with some of the most famous surf breaks in Australia and the world, including South Stradbroke Island, The Spit, Main Beach, Surfers Paradise, Broadbeach, Mermaid Beach, Nobby’s Beach, Miami, North Burleigh Beach, Burleigh Beach, Burleigh Heads, Tallebudgera Beach, Palm Beach, South Palm Beach, Currumbin Beach, Tugun, Bilinga, North Kirra Beach Kirra, Coolangatta, Greenmount, Rainbow Bay, Snapper Rocks and Froggies Beach.

There are also beaches along many of the Gold Coast’s inland tidal waterways. Popular inland beaches include Southport, Budds Beach, Marine Stadium, Currumbin Alley, Tallebudgera Estuary, Jacobs Well, Jabiru Island, Paradise Point, Harley Park Labrador, Santa Barbara, and Evandale Lake.

gold coast, Climate, Tourist attractions & Theme Parks

The Gold Coast experiences a humid semitropical climate with mild to warm winters and hot, humid summers. The city experiences substantial summer precipitation, mostly in thunderstorms and heavy showers, with rain events occasionally lasting up to a few weeks. Winter is pleasantly mild to warm with little rain. It is for this pleasant winter weather that the city is internationally renowned. The average sea temperature at Surfers Paradise ranges from 21.5 °C (in July and August to 27.1 °C in February.

Tourist attractions include surf beaches and theme parks, including Dreamworld, Sea World, Wet’n’Wild Water World, Warner Bros Movie World, WhiteWater World, Topgolf, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, David Fleay Wildlife Park, Australian Outback Spectacular, and Paradise Country.

Since the opening of what was then the world’s highest residential tower in 2005, the Q1 building has been a destination for tourists and locals alike. The observation deck at level seventy-seven is the highest in Queensland and offers views in all directions, from Brisbane to Byron Bay.

It is the second-highest public vantage point in the southern hemisphere after the Eureka Tower in Melbourne. Another famous tourist attraction is the Surfers Paradise Meter Maids, instituted in 1965 to put a positive spin on new parking regulations. To avoid fines for expired parking, the Meter Maids dispense coins into the meter and leave a calling card under the vehicle’s windscreen wiper. The Maids are still a part of the Surfers Paradise culture, but a private enterprise now runs the scheme.

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