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Overview Tugun is a beach-side coastal suburb of the City of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, and borders New South Wales. It lies at the junction of the Pacific and Gold Coast highways. According to the 2016 population census, there were 6,588 people in the suburb.
Living in Tugun Tugun is a popular holiday destination as it is home to some fantastic tourist spots. There are many holidays units, motels, and shops located on its Golden-Four Drive strip. This strip is the name for the section of the former Brisbane to Sydney Highway. Also, the area is famous for the Gold Coast Oceanway, a cyclist pathway, and a pedestrian pathway. The suburb also has some well-known sporting teams that represent the local area. These teams include the Tugun Seahawks and the local rugby league club. Moreover, several heritage-listed sites, including Ar Dee (beach house) and Tugun Hotel Moreton Bay Fig Tree.
History of Tugun The name Tugun was derived from an indigenous word of unknown dialect which means ‘breaking waves. In 1959, St Monica’s Catholic Church was established, and it was big enough to accommodate people.
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