Suburb Profile

Coomera

COOMERA, QLD, Australia
Located next to the Pacific Motorway, Coomera is close to Pimpama, Hope Island, Willow Vale, Wongawallan, Oxenford, and east of Upper Coomera. The southern boundary of Coomera is aligned with the Coomera River. Coomera has long been earmarked as a new satellite growth suburb, similar in many ways to Robina. With Australia's biggest and most popular theme park, Dreamworld and location of the Big Brother Australia house, and plans for a TAFE, a university campus and Queensland's biggest shopping centre…

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Helensvale

HELENSVALE, QLD, Australia
Helensvale was the first integrated suburb built on the hinterland fringe of the Gold Coast, and welcomed its first residents in the 1980s with a shopping centre, primary and secondary state schools, golf course, parks and a bowls club. In the next five years, Helensvale is expected to develop further as a transport hub, with the current linking of the Gold Coast Highway and Pacific Motorway, the two most important road routes on the Gold Coast with Helensvale Railway Station at Westfield Helensvale.…

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Maudsland

MAUDSLAND, QLD, Australia
Maudsland is located in the Gold Coast Hinterland and is bounded on the west by the Nerang River and by the Gaven Arterial Road to the North and adjoins Pacific Pines. It is a unique suburb which has a mixture of acreage properties, housing estates with acre plus lot sizes and urban development. There are numerous facilities in Maudsland, including a large park and playground in the estate of Parklake, with a field, barbecue and picnic facilities and play areas. The suburb is also close to many…

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Oxenford

OXENFORD, QLD, Australia
Oxenford is bordered to the north by the Coomera River; the Pacific Motorway forms the eastern boundary. The western edge of the suburb is also bordered by the Coomera River, which can only be crossed via the Coomera River causeway. Theme parks Warner Bros. Movie World and Wet'n'Wild Water World are located within Oxenford's boundaries. Oxenford has expanded in recent years with the subdivision Studio Village being built in the southern end of the suburb, adjacent to the two major theme parks;…

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Pacific Pines

PACIFIC PINES, QLD, Australia
Pacific Pines is located between the Pacific Motorway and the North East side of the Nerang State Forest. Pacific Pines was originally part of Gaven, Queensland; but became a separate suburb in 2003. Stockland bought the 800ha land in 1990 and designed it as a residential area with the capacity for 5,800 house lots and various community areas. The population of Pacific Pines in 2011 was 14,788 people. Half the area’s occupants are families with 60.3% of people employed. For more information visit…

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Upper Coomera

UPPER COOMERA, QLD, Australia
Upper Coomera is located on the northern side of the Gold Coast on the western side of the M1 Pacific Motorway. It borders Willow Vale in the north, the Coomera River on the south which separates it from Oxenford and the Pacific Highway on the east which separates it from Coomera. Upper Coomera and Coomera have long been the main centre of urban development on the Gold Coast and are considered to be, along with Southport and Robina, one of the Gold Coast's three urban centres. Upper Coomera is a…

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Willow Vale

WILLOW VALE, QLD, Australia
Willow Vale is tucked in behind Pimpama and its eastern boundary adjoins Upper Coomera. It is largely a rural area and is also home to Laurel Hill Farmhouse which is a heritage-listed pioneer farmhouse, located on Ruffles Road. The population of Willow Vale in 2011 was 1,015 people. The median sale price for the area is $720,000 and the median mortgage repayment is $2,084. For more information visit www.myrp.com.au

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Wongawallan

WONGAWALLAN, QLD, Australia
Wongawallan is 10 km inland from Helensvale. Its western boundary is shared with Tamborine Mountain and Scenic Rim Regional Council. Mount Wongawallan, part of the Darlington Range, is in the extreme north of Wongawallan, and is a conservation area. It includes mature forest and habitat for rare flora and fauna. Wongawallan Creek drains south from the conservation park to the Coomera River. The population of Wongawallan in 2011 was 1,103 people. The suburb is primarily owner occupied with families…

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