Inforum Education Australia was started by directors, Simon and Jun Craft in 2007. Our English language school has about 250 students and our teaching staff are all fully qualified, native English...
Live a laid back lifestyle while learning English on the sunny and beautiful Gold Coast of Australia.
The Gold Coast of Australia is one of the most popular metropolitan regions in the country. Visitors come from all over the world to enjoy the beaches, theme parks, rainforests, surfing and year-round sunshine. Living and studying English in this lovely part of the world, you’ll enjoy hip restaurants and bars, excellent shopping, lovely cafes, water sports, golf, tennis, culture and more, as you experience the enviable Australian way of life!
While it’s the long sandy beaches and surfing that have made the Gold Coast most famous, inland lies a lush hinterland waiting to be explored. You can visit the World heritage rainforest ecosystems at Springbrook and Laminton, see an ancient volcano or cuddle a koala at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. You could also take a walk along the O’Reilly’s Tree Top Walkway, which features nine suspension bridges through the Lamington National Park forest canopy, home to rare birds and rainforest.
The Gold Coast stretches along the coast and has an intricate system of inland canals and waterways. Its people are friendly, laid back and welcoming and you’ll make new friends inside and outside your college.
Enjoy student life on the Gold Coast
If you want to spend the day on the beach, there are 57 kilometres of coastline along the Gold Coast! If you want to take a lesson and learn how to catch a wave you can head to iconic Surfer’s Paradise for some instruction. You can also enjoy many other water sports, including paddle boarding and jet skiing. Or you can simply relax on the beach with a good book or your homework, enjoying the Gold Coast sunshine.
The Gold Coast is well-known for its theme parks and there are several to choose from. Some of the best include Wet N Wild Waterpark, Sea World, Dreamworld and Warner Bros Movie World.
There are also some high quality, challenging and scenic golf courses on the Gold Coast. Why not try a round of golf at one of these excellent courses, such as Palmer Gold Coast, Sanctuary Cove, the RACV Royal Pines Resort or Parkwood International?
You’ll also find a lot of great shopping. The Gold Coast has many cool markets, where you can find trendy vintage clothes, like the Village Markets that takes place every Sunday at Burleigh Heads. Carrara Markets is another great place to browse. It has some 500 stalls selling a variety of items, and there’s also live entertainment on the weekends. For a range of great bargains, head to Harbour Town outlet mall, or visit Pacific Fair Shopping Centre for some stylish clothing finds.
And as you’d expect from a region with year-round sunshine that welcomes over 10 million tourists a year, the Gold Coast has a lively night scene with cafes, bars and clubs for all tastes.