Surfers Paradise Transit Centre

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Surfers Paradise Transit Centre
LocationCnr Gold Coast Highway & Beach Road
Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast
Coordinates 28°00′10.34″S153°25′37.66″E / 28.0028722°S 153.4271278°E / -28.0028722; 153.4271278
Bus operators Greyhound Australia
NSW TrainLink
Premier Motor Service
Construction
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Website www.the4217.com

The Surfers Paradise Transit Centre is the main coach station on the Gold Coast. It is served by long distance coach services to Brisbane, Byron Bay, Coffs Harbour, Lismore, Casino and Sydney operated by Greyhound Australia, NSW TrainLink and Premier Motor Service. [1] [2] [3]

No Surfside Buslines local bus services call at the station, with stops nearby on the Gold Coast Highway. The G:link tram also calls in nearby Surfers Paradise Boulevard.

In 2015, the booking hall was redeveloped as a retail centred named The 4217 with food outlets, a restaurant and a gymnasium. [4] [5] [6]

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References

  1. Timetables Greyhound Australia
  2. "North Coast timetable". NSW Trainlink. 7 September 2019.
  3. Timetables Premier Motor Service
  4. Surfers Paradise Projects & Initiatives Gold Coast Business
  5. Surfers Paradise Transit Market Stage 1 Platinum Projects
  6. About The 4217