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Profile of Gold Coast

City of Gold Coast is the local government area spanning the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia and surrounding areas. Based on resident population in the 2011 census, it is the second largest local government area in Australia (City of Brisbane being the largest). The average price for a House is AUD 530,825, and the average rental for a House is AUD 2,057. Out of 494501 residents, 241600 (49%) are male, 252901 (51%) are female, and the average age is 37. There is a range of facilities in the area, including 101 schools, 10 hospitals, 142 childcare centres, and 23 shopping centres.
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Property Price Information in Gold Coast

    Suburb Price
    AUD 595,000
    AUD 500,000
    AUD 799,000
    Biggera Waters
    AUD 459,000
    AUD 692,500
    AUD 797,000
    AUD 565,000
    Broadbeach Waters
    AUD 875,000
    AUD 375,000
    Burleigh Heads
    AUD 574,000
    Burleigh Waters
    AUD 679,000
    AUD 549,000
    Chevron Island
    AUD 297,000
    AUD 799,500
    Clear Island Waters
    AUD 795,000
    AUD 799,000
    AUD 395,000
    AUD 467,500
    AUD 699,000
    Currumbin Valley
    AUD 839,000
    Currumbin Waters
    AUD 599,000
    AUD 599,000
    AUD 654,000
    AUD 600,000
    AUD 849,000
    AUD 595,000
    Highland Park
    AUD 579,000
    AUD 765,000
    Hope Island
    AUD 650,000
    Isle of Capri
    AUD 934,000
    AUD 379,000
    AUD 434,475
    Lower Beechmont
    AUD 494,000
    Main Beach
    AUD 697,500
    AUD 589,000
    Mermaid Beach
    AUD 495,000
    Mermaid Waters
    AUD 464,500
    AUD 429,000
    AUD 600,000
    AUD 589,500
    Mount Nathan
    AUD 410,000
    AUD 549,000
    Natural Bridge
    AUD 650,000
    AUD 449,000
    AUD 469,000
    Ormeau Hills
    AUD 549,000
    AUD 497,000
    Pacific Pines
    AUD 569,000
    Palm Beach
    AUD 649,000
    Paradise Point
    AUD 729,000
    AUD 575,000
    AUD 450,000
    Reedy Creek
    AUD 732,500
    AUD 599,000
    Runaway Bay
    AUD 565,000
    Sanctuary Cove
    AUD 1,180,000
    AUD 455,000
    AUD 429,000
    AUD 492,500
    Surfers Paradise
    AUD 399,000
    AUD 845,000
    AUD 860,000
    Tallebudgera Valley
    AUD 874,000
    AUD 460,000
    Upper Coomera
    AUD 490,000
    Varsity Lakes
    AUD 493,500
    Willow Vale
    AUD 675,000
    AUD 749,000
    AUD 547,000
    AUD 639,000

Property Price information is provided SOLELY FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES. It is calculated in the way we deem appropriate in our discretion using property information listed on this site. We make no representations or warranties whatsoever as to the rent trend information.

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Gold Coast

Gold Coast is a beachy city on the South Eastern coast of Queensland, not far from the Queensland/New South Wales border. It is about 70 km south of Queensland capital, Brisbane. It has strengthened itself over the years of a few beach towns speckled along the coast to the 2nd biggest city in the state. There is almost 650,000 people that call the Gold Coast home, which actually makes it Australia's 6th biggest city and Australia's biggest tourist zone.

The amazing climate, beautiful beaches (which are used by and heavily marketed towards have consistantly attracted millions of international tourists (and domestic traffic via High School leavers parties aka Schoolies and Aus-based travellers), it has subsequently caused a large surf/beach industry to emerge to support the growth. In certain areas - especially Surfers Paradise - the narrow coastal strip, that is choc-ful of nightclubs, restruants, hotels, apartments and tourist shops that Gold Coast was always seen as a simple and easy-going beach image. However due to heavy state funding into infrastructure in Airports and rail, and the new connections to Brisbane by the Pacific Motorway, Gold Coast is now served by two major airports (around 100 km from Brisbane International Airport and Gold Coast airport in Coolangatta). Additionally, Coolangatta is the terminus of the Coolongatta-based Casino which is also a very popular tourist attraction. A Light Rail Train system was confirmed in 2014, which will connect the beaches and CBDs in the South of Queensland. Also, the tallest skyscraper in the Southern Hemisphere, the Q1 Tower, is in Surfer’s Paradise as well as Australia’s first private university, Bond University. The city is getting ready for a huge event in 2018, the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, which is held only every four years.

In 1823, the area that the Gold Coast stands on today, was colonized for the first time, which is when the fertile territory first began being utilised. Originally, loggers, fishermen, ranchers and sugar cane farmers settled in the region. Once the city of Southport was established in 1875, tourism began a slow and steady emergence. A veritable tourism boom was first experienced on the Gold Coast in 1925, after several good hotels and solid infrastructure were developed. During the Second World War US soldiers based in Australia used the Gold Coast as a R&R location to ‘getaway’ from the risks and stresses of war. Another essential stage in the Gold Coast’s tourism projectory was the opening of the Coolongatta Airport in 1981. Which were subsequently followed by attractions such as theme parks (Wet and Wild, Dreamworld, Seaworld etc), green spaces, shopping centers and nightclubs. In addition to the tourist industry today playing Education, Technology, Marine and Sports a crucial role in the economy of the entire region.

The Gold Coast is such a beautiful and memorable location. Unlike many beachside locations throughout the world (i.e. Bali, Phuket, Cebu etc etc), the Gold Coast is not only remarkably clean and gorgeous it is safe and secure, the business environment is world-class and the education opportunities are exceptional. What better place to visit as a tourist or to relocate your business than this beautiful part of the world.