Contact details

2883 Gold Coast Highway, Surfers Paradise (just South of Fern Street).

Centrally located between Surfers Paradise & Broadbeach.

Tel: (07) 5538 2905.

Email: gcbridgeclub@gmail.com

P.O. Box 7009 Gold Coast Mail Centre Qld 9726

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Driving South along the Gold Coast Highway (a divided road), turn left immediately after the former site of Caltex Starmart service station (now undergoing redevelopment) down a laneway. Look for the red sign saying "Bridge Club Entrance".

Contact the Gold Coast Bridge Club

Use this form to email us. Alternatively, you can call us on 5538 2905.

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Car drivers.

Ample free car parking is available at the club.

(a) The club is on the Gold Coast highway where it is a divided road.  The club can only be approached from the North. 

Coming from the Isle of Capri, Surfers Paradise or more northern suburbs of the Gold Coast, travel southwards down the Gold Coast Highway.  After Fern St, immediately after the site of the former Caltex Service Station (now undergoing redevelopment), turn left at the red sign that says "Bridge Club Entrance"   down a driveway to the club (tucked in behind the Service Station).   

Coming from Broadbeach or more southern suburbs of the Gold Coast, when travelling northwards up the Gold Coast Highway, turn right off the highway at Wharf Road, left in Old Burleigh Road, left into Fern St, and then left back (South) down the highway.  Immediately after the site of the former Caltex Service Station (now undergoing redevelopment), turn left at the red sign that says "Bridge Club Entrance" down a driveway to the club (tucked in behind the Service Station).

(b) The Old Burleigh Road entrance/exit to the Telstra car park must not be used under any circumstances.


Public transport.

(a) The light rail station (Florida Gardens) is a close 400 meters stroll away.   Between 7 am and 7 pm, the light rail trams pass the club every 7.5 minutes on weekdays and every 10 minutes on the weekend. For further details, see here

(b) For general information about Gold Coast public transport, including the buses that run down the highway past the club, see here.

 

 



 

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