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Coomera

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. The growing needs of this area have prompted calls for a Coomera Town Centre which will be built around the existing train station. Central to both Brisbane and the Gold Coast, Coomera is increasingly popular among dual city employed couples and families.

Residential

Waterfront living along the Coomera River is readily available as are homes suited to families. The area remains largely undeveloped and as a result is an attractive option for home and land buyers.

Shopping

While there are a number of small shopping centres in the area, there are also major shopping centres nearby. Upper Coomera Shopping Centre has a Coles and Oxenford Central nearby has a Woolworths. Westfield Helensvale is a 10 minute drive and has Kmart, Target, Woolworths, Aldi as well as a number of specialty stores.

Schools

Primary: Oxenford, Helensvale, Coomera, Pimpama, Coomera Special. Secondary: Helensvale, Coombabah. Private: Saint Stephens (Anglican, Catholic, preparatory-year 12), Coomera Anglican (preparatory-year 12), Assisi Catholic College (preparatory-year 12), Upper Coomera State College (preparatory-year 12).

Queensland education phone directory.

Retirement

Riverside Residential Resort on Riverbrooke Dr is a new riverfront over 50s resort with full facilities. Sequana Retirement Community, located on Tamborine-Oxenford Rd offers personal care services and a 24-hour emergency call service. The Homesteads Nursing Centre has 90 high and low care beds for ACAT assessed residents. The Lodge accommodates 49 residents in purpose-built heritage-style cottages (co-located with The Homesteads Nursing Centre)

Medical

Upper Coomera Medical Centre, River Meadows Shopping Centre, Upper Coomera. Doctors at Coomera, Coomera Shopping Village, Cnr Dreamworld Parkway and Yaun Street, Coomera. Gold Coast after-hours bulk bill “House Call” doctors

Transport

Coomera train station is located on Foxwell Rd. Buses run through Coomera to Dreamworld and Helensvale station where it is possible to transfer and continue to other parts of the Gold Coast. Check timetables for more information. Gold Coast bus, train and transport planners

Recreation

Coomera is where three of the Gold Coast’s major theme parks, Wet ‘n’ Wild, Dreamworld and Movieworld, are located as well as the Australian Outback Spectacular. For those looking for more adult fun, the Lost City in Upper Coomera is a popular pub/club/restaurant and is the only venue of its kind on the northern end of the Gold Coast. Gold Coast City Marina is located in Coomera with 200 water berths and everything needed for boating available. The Waterlife Restaurant & Café is available for a coffee, meal or functions.

Golf

Hope Island Resort is a ten minute drive from Coomera and has an 18-hole championship golf course designed by five time British Open champion Peter Thomson and his architect firm, Thomson Perrett. Visitors are welcome.