Travellers and holidaymakers on the Gold Coast will enjoy a more exciting and fun adventure. They can now get around the city more quickly and conveniently as they can now enjoy the new and first ever light rail system in Queensland.
The G:link light rail will let you reach your desired destination in the city with more easy and speed. Take a trip via the G:link and explore some of the Gold Coast’s most popular destinations such as the Pacific Fair, Gold Coast Aquatic Centre, Griffith University, Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Southport CBD, and Broadwater Parklands, among others. There are available options for ticket and fare including the use of a prepaid Go Card.
The G:link services 16 tram stations starting from Gold Coast University Hospital to Broadbeach South. It features a 13-km line which connects the major activity centres of Southport and Surfers Paradise.
The city’s light rail stations are also exceptionally designed compared to any other Australian tram station. The stations feature Go Card touch points and vending machines and are also well-secured, equipped with CCTV security. You can also find emergency help points, weather canopies, as well as seating, water fountains, bike storage, waste bins and commercial kiosks.
The light rail stations are at the Gold Coast University Hospital, Griffith University, Queen Street, Gold Coast Hospital, Southport, Southport South, Broadwater Parklands, Main Beach, Surfers Paradise North, Cypress Avenue, Cavill Avenue, Surfers Paradise, Northcliffe, Florida Gardens, Broadbeach North, and Broadbeach South.
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