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Main Beach (or the area formerly known as Southport East) is a beachside suburb in the City of Gold Coast. The area where Main Beach is located is actually a narrow coastal dune between the Pacific Ocean, and the mouth of the Nerang River.
In the past, people living in Southport used to hangout on its eastern shores. Some even take a ferry across the Broadwater only to surf in this beach. There was so much coastal recreational activities in the area, it was considered as the main beach in Southport. That was how the name Main Beach got stuck, and the affluent beachside suburb was known as such ever since.
The surfing activity reached it's peak during the opening of the Jubilee Bridge in 1926. Not long after access was made easy, holiday houses were built around the area. The construction of the Sundale Bridge during the late 1960's really opened up a different subdivision pattern in that area in Main Beach. From houses with no permanent population, to subdivisions of people calling Main Beach home, the suburb came a long way from what it was in the past.
One of the most famous places to visit in Main Beach is the old bathing pavilion called Pavilion 34. People hang out in Pavilion 34 to enjoy good food like chikko rolls, and pineapple fritters. Throwback photos can also be seen in the casual beach cafe giving everyone a look, or a look back to the Main Beach of old. Right next to Pavilion 34 is the world-famous Southport Surf Club, a Gold Coast classic since 1936. There's a place for everyone in Main Beach, and those ideal spots are not difficult to find.
|Tedder Ave||Tree Lopping||2018|
|Rankin Pde||Tree Removal||2017|
|Rankin Pde||Tree Pruning||2016|
|Seaworld Drive,||Arborist and Arboriculture||2016|
|Peak Ave||Arborist and Arboriculture||2016|
Tree removal in Main Beach
|Metric||Rating (1 Low - 10 High)|
|Forestry index||2 - Minimal greenery|
|Water index||9 - Shoreline and beach|