What is Gold Coast?

  • (noun): A rich neighborhood noted for expensive homes and luxurious living; usually along a coastal area.
    Example: "Chicago's gold coast is along Lake Michigan"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on gold coast:

Gold Coast - Other
... Gold Coast ackey, currency issued for the Gold Coast by the British between 1796 and 1818 Gold Coast (album), by John Coltrane and Wilbur Harden Gold Coast Art Centre, in ...
Shire Of Albert
... in areas to the north and west of the Gold Coast ... City) in 1978, Albert lost most of its population and became more centred upon the Gold Coast, which experienced a massive period of growth from then until the Shire's amalgamation with Gold Coast City in 1995 ...
AFL Central Queensland Highlands - Defunct Competitions - Gold Coast AFL
... The Gold Coast Australian Football League was a competition that operated from at least 1961 to 1996 before being absorbed by the Queensland AFL as its Gold Coast Division ...
Shannon Walker (rugby League) - Career - Before The NRL & Queensland Cup Success
... In 2006, a year after representing Kyogle in first grade, Walker moved north to the Gold Coast to further his professional league career ... year in 2007 Walker began playing Colts rugby for the Gold Coast Titans feeder club, the Tweed Heads Seagulls, where he shone at junior level and quickly ... awarded the 'Courier Mail Queensland Cup Player-of-the-Year Award' and Gold Coast Titans 'Young Player-of-the-Year' ...
List Of Hospitals In Tasmania - Queensland - Gold Coast
... Gold Coast Hospital - Southport Palm Beach Currumbin Clinic - Currumbin, Queensland Gold Coast Hospital Robina Campus-Robina, Queensland ...

More definitions of "Gold Coast":

  • (noun): A republic in West Africa on the Gulf of Guinea.
    Example: "Ghana was colonized as the Gold Coast by the British"
    Synonyms: Ghana, Republic of Ghana

Famous quotes containing the words coast and/or gold:

    Frequently also some fair-weather finery ripped off a vessel by a storm near the coast was nailed up against an outhouse. I saw fastened to a shed near the lighthouse a long new sign with the words “ANGLO SAXON” on it in large gilt letters, as if it were a useless part which the ship could afford to lose, or which the sailors had discharged at the same time with the pilot. But it interested somewhat as if it had been a part of the Argo, clipped off in passing through the Symplegades.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    We are educated in the grossest ignorance, and no art omitted to stifle our natural reason; if some few get above their nurses’ instructions, our knowledge must rest concealed and be as useless to the world as gold in the mine.
    Mary Wortley, Lady Montagu (1689–1762)