ROBINA

 

 

Robina is a hub of unrivalled access at the centre of Australia’s sixth largest city, the Gold Coast.

Attracting more than 270,000 visitors a week, Robina has developed a distinct and unique character with an enviable location just a 10 minute drive from famous Gold Coast beaches.

It has become a significant centre of investment in the Gold Coast economy and is the fastest growing suburb in the city with a population of 30,000 growing at a rate of 4.8% pa. Residents are attracted to the amenities, central location and liveability of Robina.

This master planned suburb offers a diverse range of living options including apartments, terrace homes, townhouses and detached houses. Wide tree-lined streets and waterside vistas integrated with landscaped pathways and bicycle paths and recreational spaces create visually appealing pockets throughout the suburb.

BUSINESS PRECINCT

Robina has an established and growing business precinct which supports more than 8,000 local businesses and is a key employment area for the Gold Coast. A diverse range of commercial spaces are available for uses including corporate, public service, medical, education, food and retail.

RETAIL DESTINATION

The Robina Town Centre offers an unrivalled retail destination with premier shopping, dining and entertainment including a range of high end boutique stores. All residential conveniences are close by including golf courses, library, banks, post office, doctors, Gold Class and Vmax cinemas, and gymnasiums.

MEDICAL PRECINCT

The rapidly emerging Robina Medical Hub includes the expanded Robina Hospital, the Robina Private Hospital and the recently completed Robina Health Precinct together with a range of specialist suites.

EDUCATION CHOICES

Education facilities from childcare and public primary and high schools, trade colleges and top private schools to Australia’s leading private university, Bond University are catered for.

SPORTING FACILITIES

Cbus Stadium has a capacity of 27,000 and is home to the Gold Coast Titans NRL team and the Queensland Country NRC team. The Stadium will host the Rugby Sevens Tournament at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

The Stadium is adjacent to Robina railway station providing access around the Gold Coast and to Brisbane.

Robina is also home to the Robina Roos and the Bond University Bullsharks, amateur Australian Rules Football clubs.