Surfers Paradise is a coastal suburb of Australia's city of Gold Coast, located in Queensland on the continent's east coast. The Gold Coast is one of Australia's major tourist destinations, especially when it comes to water sports. At the same time, Surfer's Paradise is the entertainment and tourism hub of the entire city. It has some of the best beaches and hotels, and the area's high-rise buildings form the architecture and skyline of Queensland's second-largest city. The suburbs are often called "Surfers" because of the wide beach zone for this sport. There's also the Q1 Tower skyscraper, once the tallest residential building on the planet. The height of one of the symbols of the city and the whole state is 322.5 m. It is worth taking a stroll along Cavill Avenue, which is considered the busiest shopping street in the state and a nightlife center.