The Gold Coast is positioned to operate across three time zones Asia, Europe and America allowing companies the opportunity to efficiently connect with their global counterparts and trading partners.

The city is serviced by two International Airports Gold Coast and Brisbane with direct routes to all major Australian cities and key locations across Asia, the Middle East, US and the Pacific.

“The Gold Coast is well connected. From our manufacturing facility at the northern end of the Gold Coast we are able to ship our product s in large containers out of the Port of Brisbane”

John Hogan, Chief Executive Officer, Superior Jetties

Passenger movements at Gold Coast International Airport continue to increase, making it the fastest growing airport in Australia, with almost 5.8 million arrivals and departures in 2013.

The Port of Brisbane, located less than an hour from the Gold Coast, provides a strong transportation network. The ports close proximity to Asia, compared with Sydney and Melbourne, provides the opportunity for companies to save on shipping times and costs.

Yatala Enterprise Area (YEA) is a pivotal point, along the four-lane M1 highway, between Brisbane Queenslands capital in the north and the New South Wales border in the south. The YEAs location provides a high level of connectivity to local and regional markets, the Port of Brisbane and interstate trade destinations.

serviced by two International Airports

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