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. In the 2011 Census, Upper Coomera had a population of approximately 21,136 and an average annual capital growth of approximately 2.72%. It is 25 kilometres away from Surfers Paradise and 54 kilometres away from Brisbane. There are a number of Private and State schools in Upper Coomera including Assisi Catholic College, Coomera Anglican College, Coomera Springs State School and Upper Coomera State College.
Upper Coomera is a heavily suburbanised suburb consisting of many large residential developments and commercial centres. Despite already being heavily developed and having an extraordinarily large population, Upper Coomera is predicted by both the Queensland Government and Gold Coast City Council to grow and develop at an exponential rate well into the next decade.
There are a number of shopping centres in Upper Coomera, including Coomera Square and Coomera Grand Shopping Centre. The suburb is also located approximately 11 kilometres away from Westfield Shopping Centre in Helensvale. Upper Coomera also has a number of restaurants, hotels and cafes, catering to families. The Tilbury Residences is a new development featuring 69, 3 bedroom villas over the 3-hectare estate, located on Days Road in Upper Coomera.
Coomera has long been earmarked as a new satellite growth suburb, similar in many ways to Robina. With a population of 11,977 in 2015 and an average annual growth of approximately 6.2%, Coomera is one of the fastest growing suburbs on the Gold Coast and is close to both Private and State schools such as Coomera Anglican College, Assisi Catholic College and Upper Coomera State College. It is also 54 kilometres from Brisbane and 25 kilometres from Surfers Paradise.
There are many plans ahead for the area. The Coomera Town Centre has already begun development and will become Queensland’s biggest shopping centre. In addition, a new residential and resort precinct has been proposed by the Gordon Corp. The precinct would be built next to Dreamworld and White Water world and would feature two buildings; one being 12 storeys and the other being 27.
Coomera has seen significant residential development including Coomera Waters which is a masterplanned community encompassing a 2,500 lot harbour, canal and dry land estate over 375 hectares of land located on the northern side of the north arm of the Coomera River, directly opposite Sanctuary Cove and Hope Island.
Coomera Waters Estate is a unique master planned waterfront community that offers more than 200 hectares of environmentally-themed recreational areas, stunning water views and tranquil sea breezes.
Located in Coomera, one of the Gold Coast’s fastest growing northern suburbs, Coomera Waters is a fully sustainable master planned community that all families will enjoy.
With its protected nature habitats, eco-trails and extensive green space, Coomera Waters is a community where lifestyle and enjoyment come naturally.
The newly launched Christina precinct, one of the most prestigious land releases Coomera Waters has to offer, is nestled in natural bushland and overlooks the beautiful Billabong Ponds area of the estate. Christina is just 700m from one of Coomera Waters’ exclusive recreational clubs, which offers BBQ areas, a gym, tennis courts, and pool, spa and sauna facilities for the enjoyment of residents.
Come and experience one of Queensland’s most desirable waterfront residential neighbourhoods for yourself!
For more information on Coomera Waters: http://www.coomerawatersestate.com.au
Pimpama is a suburb in the northern part of the City of Gold Coast. It has a large area of undeveloped land. In the 2011 Census, Pimpama had a population of approximately 3,211 and has an average annual capital growth of 0.80%. It is 48 kilometres away from Brisbane and 30 kilometres away from Surfers Paradise. There are a number of new estates in Pimpama such as Gainborough Greens and Arcadia Woods, which are close to a shopping centre called Pimpama Junction.
The Heights is a new master planned environment where expansive parklands, sensitive urban planning and the area’s own natural beauty converge to create an enduring and vibrant community. In addition, developers are also proposing a $43 million dollar Aquatic Centre. Pimpama is also close to a number of schools, including Pimpama State School and Pimpama State Secondary College.
Situated along the ‘Brisbane-Gold Coast growth corridor’ and a mere 22kms from Surfers Paradise, Oxenford has transformed during the past decade with a significant increase in both residential and industrial developments.
Although once a predominantly rural area, the suburb of Oxenford has attracted residential families and commercial enterprise as a result of its ideal positioning between the Gold Coast and Brisbane, and its proximity to the Pacific Motorway.
A number of new residential subdivisions are either underway or planned for the future. These include waterfront properties along the Coomera River and lakeside homes at Regatta Waters, a Joint Venture by AVJennings and Metricon due for completion in 2007.
Acreage properties still scatter the landscape, allowing quiet ‘country’ living within close proximity to a range of local amenities, together with easy access to the Gold Coast and Brisbane City.
Residents at Oxenford have a selection of nearby shopping complexes to choose from, including Westfield Helensvale Town Centre which was opened in October 2005.
Education is well catered for with a number of existing private and state schools servicing the suburb. New schools are planned for development within the immediate area to cater for increasing demand.
Home to Warner Bros. Movie World and Wet’n’Wild, and only minutes from other major Australian theme parks, Oxenford has benefited from significant industry investment. In particular, a significant number of Film and Interactive Media firms have established an industry ‘hub’ in the vicinity of Movie World.
Oxenford’s steady growth looks set to continue with acreage, residential and riverfront estates providing a variety of property options, ideal for the family market. The area has become a focal point for local business, providing amenities, services and jobs that will provide excellent growth in future years.
Highland Reserve is close to retail centres, schools and day-care centres. It’s a short drive to the beach and has a magnificent community feel. Complete with its own café, it also plays host the popular weekly 5km park run event. Highland Reserve is close to Highland Reserve State School, St Stephens College and Upper Coomera State College, amongst many other primary and secondary schools. There are tennis and basketball courts, barbeque facilities and hectares of neighbourhood parks at Highland Reserve. Plus, there’s walking and cycling paths, a playground and an off-leash dog area. The community is close to the Train Station – a station that offers rail access to the Gold Coast and Brisbane services. It’s also 22km’s from Southport, the Gold Coast business hub.
Gainsborough Greens is a master planned community providing living solutions within a natural bush environment where over 65% of the development site is dedicated to extensive green open spaces. The estate’s dense bushland adds to the luxury of living in this estate, giving it a fresh and natural look. Taking cues from its Pimpama home, Gainsborough Greens focuses on preserving its inherited lush green backdrop and forging strong community ties. The expected growth of Pimpama is well recognised and Mirvac has designed a vibrant landscaped village which values harmony, security and the environment. The new development features include:
The residents of Gainsborough Greens will enjoy the best of both Brisbane and the Gold Coast living within a reasonable distance of the two. In addition, residents will also benefit from the recreational facilities present at Gainsborough Greens. The masterplan of the Gainsborough Greens estate will feature parks, sporting fields, a golf course and more. It is also within close proximity to Pimpama Junction, which provides locals with a Woolworths, a bakery, a vet, a dentist, a medical centre and more! If you would like more information on this estate and all that is has to offer, please contact Ray White Upper Coomera on 07 5573 1077.
Willow Vale is a rural locality in City of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. It was formally known as Pimpama and had a population of 1,015 in the 2011 census. The annual average capital growth of Willow Vale is 2.42%. Willow Vale is also close to many public and private schools including Upper Coomera State College, Assisi Catholic College, Upper Coomera State College and Pimpama Primary School.
Due to the improved infrastructure around Willow Vale, residents of the suburb can easily access Upper Coomera which has many shops, medical centres, schools, cafes, restaurants and more. In addition, residents will be able to access the Coomera Town Centre once it is fully completed. This will provide them with great shops and means of entertainment such as a movie cinema.
Genesis is a premier residential subdivision located in the foothills of the Coomera Range, north of the Coomera River on the Gold Coast. The development currently totals 7 Stages which includes a mixture of detached dwelling lots and management lots, and recent expansion to include an additional stage on adjacent land. The development has also included an approval for a child care centre and a Residents Club. The community has been constructed around an extensive area of community parkland that service the development. Genesis demonstrates how modern living can be environmentally focused while showcasing award winning landscape and water sensitive urban design features.
For more information on Genesis Coomera: http://placedesigngroup.com/blog/projects/genesis-master-planned-community
Vision, design and an emphasis on quality converge here in a master-planned community where the focus is on lifestyle freedom, convenience and enjoyment.
More than 30 percent of Coomera Springs is dedicated to environmental space and nature corridors, creating a special community for just 600 spectacular residential lots.
Large builder-friendly home sites are complemented by a feature lake, extensive parkland and recreation areas, waterscapes and wetlands, boardwalks and nature trails, barbeques and picnic facilities. Excellent education facilities are right on your doorstep, including the Coomera Clubhouse for Early Childhood Learning, a family owned and operated child care facility right in the heart of the estate.
All of this is located on the glorious Gold Coast, in the heart of south-east Queensland’s most dynamic and sought-after growth region.
Coomera Springs – artfully designed for true lifestyle enjoyment.