Trip to Gold Coast, Australia


When you think of Gold Coast, what comes to mind first, beaches, theme parks and high rises?

Yes, these attractions are certainly appealing. But we believe, the real Gold Coast can only be discovered by meeting locals, visiting local markets and surfing along the snapper rocks. Which is why we set on our mini adventure, walking and cycling around the GC.

Please watch the travel video and let us know in comments below

Our top recommendations around the GC are:

  • Snapper Rocks, Coolangatta
  • Burleigh Heads Beach
  • Miami Market
  • Lores Bonney Lookout, Miami Beach
  • Sunset at Surfers Paradise
  • Whale watching, Sea World Cruises

Also, here’s a customised Google Map to navigate the recommended spots!

Click on the pictures below and let’s see where it takes you!

We are pretty sure, if beaches are your thing, the Gold Coast has got you covered.

Ready for an adventure down under?


Australia-India working on intricacies of signing the possible Free Trade Agreement

 I got an opportunity to write an article for the Australian-Indian Sports Educational and Cultural Society (AISECS) just before the first-ever virtual summit between the two countries.

The Sydney Opera House, Australia and The Taj Mahal, India

As strategic partners since 2009, Australia and India enjoy strong political, economic, and community ties. Scott Morrison, Prime Minister of Australia, was set to visit India in early January this year but cancelled his plans due to bushfires.

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, will hold his first-ever virtual bilateral summit with Morrison on 4th June 2020. This summit is indeed a positive development towards strengthening the strategic ties between the Indo-Pacific region and would help build trade relations which in turn stabilize the economy. Modi and Morrison are expected to discuss agreements to develop trade in key sectors, including education, technology, agricultural infrastructure, digital health, critical minerals and manufacturing. As the Australian economy is highly export-driven, the pandemic has come as a reality check to go beyond its reliance on China.


To read the entire article please click the link below.

On similar grounds, Australian-Indian Sports Educational and Cultural Society (AISECS) is working towards strengthening the Indo-Australian bonds, be it sports, education, trade, culture, or bilateral relationships. 

India and Australia share common heritage linked to cricket, curry, and culture.

Gurnam Singh, Founder of AISECS

Here’s a social media post of Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison enjoying Indian snack ‘Samosas’ posted three days before the summit.