INFRASTRUCTURE

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What post-Commonwealth Games slump? Gold Coast to get $30 billion of development

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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

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Coomera Indoor Sports Centre

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Coomera Indoor Sports Centre, the venue that will host the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) Artistic and Rhythmic Gymnastics as well as the Netball competition.

This is a wonderful facility that will be a lasting legacy of the Commonwealth Games, and just one more reason to call the Gold Coast home.
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Thriving Coomera community announces another new school (set to open in 2019)

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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The Link Coomera – our Newest Business Park (Bringing jobs to the Gold Coast)

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Picnic Creek State School Ready to Open

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Welcome to Picnic Creek State School

The innovative design of our new $40 million school re-imagines the traditional classroom environment by embracing contemporary learning,
to include flexible learning options, all-weather outdoor teaching spaces and integrated technology. Read more

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The $470 million first stage of the Coomera Town Centre set to spark development boom

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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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