The Gold Coast is a city coming of age. It is a place of opportunity that, over the next decade, will transform into a globally-recognised city while retaining its enviable lifestyle and stunning natural environment.
Strategically located on the edge of the Asia-Pacific rim, with access to two international airports, the Gold Coast is perfectly positioned as a destination for business, investment, study, sport, events, tourism and lifestyle. It is also proudly home to the XXI Commonwealth Games.
During the Games, the city will surpass expectation as it comes to life to celebrate and delight in the 13 days of Games competitions.
The Gold Coast is also home to the pinnacle Trade 2018 Games Time Trade and Investment Program venue − Commonwealth House.
Centrally located on Kurrawa Park in Broadbeach, Commonwealth House will serve as an exclusive business hub during the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games where business leaders and key decision makers will gather to explore trade and investment opportunities as part of the Trade 2018 Games Time Trade and Investment Program.
Guests attending events at Commonwealth House will be delighted by its breathtaking beach side location – allowing for a uniquely Gold Coast ‘toes in the sand’ experience.
The venue is also in close proximity to key media and competition venues, as well as the Gold Coast International Airport, light rail and bus connections. Guests to the region will be spoilt for choice, with a myriad of outstanding accommodation, dining and entertainment options available across the Gold Coast.
For more information about where to stay or things to do, please visit www.destinationgoldcoast.com
To learn more about the trade and investment capabilities of the region, visit Australia’s Gold Coast.
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If you are interested in attending events from the Games Time Trade & Investment Program, please register your interest via the link below.
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