Queensland police have launched a zero-tolerance crackdown on bikie gangs on the Gold Coast.

Police Minister Jack Dempsey directed police on Saturday to immediately respond after two overnight bikie brawls in two hours.

Mr Dempsey says Gold Coast police will be given whatever additional resources, including extra officers and vehicles, they need..

"They have no more chances," Mr Dempsey told reporters.

"Enough is enough."

Police Commissioner Ian Stewart said that extra officers specifically targeting bikie gangs would be on Gold Coast streets within hours.

They would have a zero-tolerance approach to bikies, he added.

"There are those still who think they are above the law in this state and that is unacceptable," Mr Stewart told reporters.

"We will go after these people hard."

Attorney General Jarrod Bleijie supported further legal action against bikie gangs, saying the government was already working to have the Finks bikie gang declared a criminal organisation.

"I would support any move to have that declaration extended to other outlaw motorcycle gangs as well," he said.

"This government will do whatever is necessary to respond to this engaging in criminal activities in this state."

Two bikie gang brawls on the Gold Coast on Friday night - one outside a restaurant and the other hours later outside a police station - led to eight people being arrested and four officers being injured.

A total of 18 people were charged in relation to the fights, with offences including causing a public nuisance, assault, obstructing police, assaulting police, acting disorderly on licensed premises and an unrelated stealing matter.