Australia’s Gold Coast epitomises the lifestyle of fun-seekers that are living the dream. It boasts 52 km of golden beaches and an average 300 sunny days per year. It is home to Surfer’s Paradise, theme parks, buzzing nightlife and rainforest hinterland. It is the second most populous city in the state and its metropolitan area converges with that of Greater Brisbane.

This work features the long sweep of the coastline as it heads southwards in a gentle curve that culminates at Danger Point in the suburb of Coolangatta. Coolangatta is named after a schooner which was wrecked there in 1846, which suggests that Danger Point is aptly named.

The frame for this piece is limed white and the mount uses a nautical blue and white combination.


  • Location: Gold Coast, Seaway to Danger Point, Queensland, Australia
  • Chart: Admiralty, UKHO, colour
  • Surround lighting: No
  • Frame: White, 600*500mm