Connecting Southern Gold Coast
Connecting Southern Gold Coast is a Controlled Entity of the City of Gold Coast, established in 2008 as a tourism and economic development body covering the area from Currumbin and the Currumbin Valley down to Rainbow Bay.
CSGC’s role is to foster economic development through regional promotion and marketing, business support and managing events that stimulate tourism and community participation on the Southern Gold Coast.
The organisation is independently governed by a Board of Directors, representing a diverse range of business and professional backgrounds, including retail, property, tourism and academia.
An executive team also runs the day to day operation of Connecting Southern Gold Coast from the CSGC office – promoting business, lifestyle, tourism, and events within the eight villages of Currumbin, Currumbin Valley, Currumbin Waters, Tugun, Bilinga, Kirra, Coolangatta and Rainbow Bay.