Coolangatta is one of the suburbs of City of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. The suburb is located 104 kilometers from Brisbane, the state capital of Queensland and 25km from Surfers Paradise. The place was established in the year 1883.

Population and Postcode

The estimated population in Coolangatta as of the 2011 census was 5,193 people and the postcode of this region is 4225.

Suburbs around Coolangatta

Suburbs which are surrounded by Coolangatta are Bilinga, Pacific Ocean, Tweed Heads West and Tweet Heads

Climate conditions in Coolangatta

Coolangatta experiences a humid subtropical climate with hot, wet summers and moist winters. The average rainfall recorded in a year is nearly 1490mm in which the months from November to May receive the most precipitation. Hence, Coolangatta is still considered to have no dry season. However, the average temperature hovers around 25 degrees Celsius throughout the year.

Tourist attractions in Coolangatta

Coolangatta is considered as a perfect spot to enjoy a relaxing holiday with families. Coolangatta has some fabulous tourist sites such as Captain Cook Memorial, Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Pat Fagan Park, Snapper Rocks, Destination Tweed Visitor Information, Greenmount Beach Resort, Kirra Beach Tourist Park etc.