Tag: gold coast

  • A Day Trip to Sepang Gold Coast with Diana Mini

    written by evon_t on 2011-11-15 #places
    A Day Trip to Sepang Gold Coast with Diana Mini

    Spending a day at Sepang Gold Coast, Selangor, Malaysia, with the Diana Mini that I have just bought recently. It was not only my first time trying out this delicate little princess but also the first time using Lomography X Tungsten Film. It was just a perfect day with perfect companions at this lovely place.

  • Dreamworld, The Gold Coast

    written by girl_anachronism on 2010-07-31 #places
    Dreamworld, The Gold Coast

    Dreamworld is one of four huge theme parks on the Gold Coast; one of Australia's favorite tourist destinations. A day at Dreamworld is: fun, rides, cuddly koalas and kangaroos, The Wiggles, acting like a kid, pigging out on fairy floss and hot dogs, thrill seeking, screams and giggles!

  • Analogue/Digital Creative Conference 2012

    written by ilkadj on 2012-08-03 #videos
    Analogue/Digital Creative Conference 2012

    Analogue/Digital Creative Conference is returning to Australia's Gold Coast this year! You will be amazed by the line up that they offer this year. The Sunshine Coast is the place to be if you want to inspire that creative mind of yours!

  • Australian East Coast Road Trip

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2012-07-23 #places
    Australian East Coast Road Trip

    Two Canadians and an Australian get in a car and drive up the east coast of the northern state of Queensland, Australia. Take the trip of a lifetime with me from the theme parks of the Gold Coast to the Great Barrier Reef.

  • Broadbeach

    written by patpotato on 2008-10-18 #places

    A little further down from the hardest hit tourist destination of the Gold Coast (surfers paradise) lies a place which offers all the entertainment of its northern sister (actually more) without that tacky tourist-built feeling. right on the beach and wrapped around the trunks of architecturally amazing buildings is a string of great restaurants and humble cafes, complete with jazz music wafting from the street corner every so often.