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A $30 billion pipeline of private and public development will be rolled out on the Gold Coast over the next decade, putting paid to criticisms it would suffer a post-Commonwealth Games slowdown.

Nearly $20 billion in housing and apartment projects will meet the city’s ongoing growth, while a further $10 billion in public and private infrastructure is either underway or planned for the city post Commonwealth Games. Read more

Gold Coast’s top family suburbs: how does your neighbourhood rate?

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FAMILIES are flocking to the northern Gold Coast in droves with three suburbs making the region’s top five suburbs for families, new data reveals. Read more

Thriving Coomera community announces new school

PARENTS living in Coomera Community will soon have a new Catholic school to choose from that has a connection with Australia’s first saint.

The new Catholic Prep-to-Year 12 school will be named St Joseph’s College and is expected to open on a 10ha site on Kerkin Road South in 2019.

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Our regions newest shopping centre the Coomera City Centre will open next week.

Located on the corner of Old Coach Road and Commercial St, Upper Coomera, within the established retail, commercial and residential locality of Upper Coomera, approximately 22 km north-west of Southport CBD and approximately 53 km south-east of the Brisbane CBD. Read more

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MORE than $1 billion of development in Coomera is back in the pipeline as the northern Gold Coast’s largest shopping centre takes shape.

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