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Why South East Queensland?

South East Queensland (SEQ) is a rapidly growing region of the state of Queensland, which contains approximately two-thirds of the state population. Read More…

Gold Coast was once little more than a weekend surfing and fishing retreat for Brisbanites, the Gold Coast has come quite a way since a couple of entrepreneurs sat down in the 1960s and planned a canal resort on one of the finest stretches of golden beaches in the land. Read More…

Surfers Paradise is by far the Gold Coast’s most recognizable suburb, Surfers Paradise is the tourism capital of the city. Home to the famous Indy carnival, the area attracts millions of visitors each year. Surfers is a hub on the Gold Coast with a dynamic mix of attractions. The town’s famous skyline is even more exciting up close, particularly with the addition of new developments Q1, Circle on Cavill and Soul. The Q1 is an amazing sight and a visit to the observation deck will impress anyone with its amazing views. The town has something to offer everyone, from nightclubs, bars and restaurants to Aquaduck tours and other family-friendly activities. Read More…

Broadbeach is 3 km away from Surfers Paradise, is home to Conrad Jupiters Casino, the Gold Coast Convention Centre many restaurants, clubs and shops. A monorail links Broadbeach to Jupiters Casino, which, in turn is across the road from Pacific Fair, one of Australia’s largest yet most relaxed shopping centres. Broadbeach borders the sand and surf of Kurrawa which has virtually become the home of the Australian Surf Life-Saving Championships.

Coomera is a fast growing community at the northern end of the Gold Coast and is one of the city’s strongest growth areas. It is separated by the M1 with Coomera to the east and Upper Coomera to the west. Coomera’s location to the east of the Coomera River has allowed for substantial waterfront living and has made it a popular spot for boaties and fisherman with a marina already in place. Coomera has been earmarked by local and state government as a new satellite growth region of the city. Read More...

Hope Island is little more than half an hours drive from Brisbane’s south and thirty five minutes from the CBD. You’re just twenty minutes from the beaches and excitement of Surfers Paradise, one of the most cosmopolitan and fastest growing cities in Australia, or you can enjoy the quiet, green tranquility of the hinterland, with its markets, restaurants and subtropical rainforests.

Oxenford is a suburb of the Gold Coast. The suburb is bordered to the north by the Coomera River; the Pacific Motorway forms the eastern boundary. Theme parks Warner Bros. Movie World and Wet ‘n’ Wild are located within Oxenford’s boundaries. Oxenford is the site of new housing developments. Read More…

Pacific Pines is a fast growing residential estate located about 21km north of Surfers Paradise. The suburb now offers a community centre and well manicured parkland and recreational areas including Central Park by Central Lake with multi purpose sports fields. Neighbouring suburbs are Gaven, Oxenford and Helensvale. Read More…

Reedy Creek is a southern Gold Coast suburb located on the western side of the M1 Motorway. Close to Mudgeeraba and Burleigh, the developing suburb is one of the closest acreage suburbs to the beach. The suburbs location close to shopping centres, beaches and other Gold Coast attractions has seen it grow steadily in popularity. The rural feel of the suburb is a welcome change of pace from the rest of the city. Read More…

Southport is situated at the northern end of the internationally renowned tourist strip; Southport was the original administrative centre of the Gold Coast. Although it has been caught up in the tourist-driven development and extraordinary growth that has seen the city’s population close rapidly on the 400,000 mark, Southport retains much of its early 20th century architectural character and is considered by many to be the Toorak of the Gold Coast. Bordered by the Nerang River and the Broadwater, Southport beats to the rhythm of the sea and millions of dollars worth of craft tie up at the Southport Yacht Club and neighboring marinas. Southport boasts Australia Fair Shopping Centre, a large shopping mall with over 230 stores, smaller malls and an outlet centre for discount fashion items. One of the Gold Coast’s acclaimed theme parks, Sea World, is just across the Broadwater on the Southport Spit. Fine accommodation, boutique shops and waterfront restaurants, swimming, fishing, windsurfing, sailing, boating and jet skiing in the sheltered Broadwater, beautiful parkland, with shady picnic areas and pathways, complete the Southport Spit’s reputation for indulgence and fun. Read More...