Newest World Surfing Reserve – Southern Gold CoastDate: 8 March 2016
Sixteen kilometres of stunning coastline were officially dedicated as the eighth World Surfing Reserve by the Save the Waves Coalition on 8 March 2016, cementing the Gold Coast’s position as the home of Australian surfing.
The dedication will not only elevate the global profile of the Southern Gold Coast’s breaks; it will also provide the foundations to preserve the area by bringing their environmental, cultural, economic and community attributes of surfing areas to the forefront.
The Gold Coast joins a prestigious network of seven other World Surfing Reserves across the world, including Manly NSW and others in South and North America and Europe.
1 August 2016
The new Rainforest Way drive tourism route website was officially launched today. Originally launched in 2004 by the then Northern Rivers Tourism, the Rainforest Way is now managed by the Australia’s Green Cauldron National Landscape Steering Committee. The recent work has been to update the website and the scenic drive routes to include new […]