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



The Link Coomera – our Newest Business Park (Bringing jobs to the Gold Coast)
THE LINK COOMERA is proposed to be a world-class, master-planned business park, located at the northern end of the Gold Coast, adjacent to the M1 Motorway and Exit 54.
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Experiencing a new economic boom, the Gold Coast is expecting an injection of billions of dollars’ worth of infrastructure across the city over the coming years including:

  • $200 million in sporting, transport and community infrastructure for the 2018 Commonwealth Games
  • M1 motorway upgrades
  • the Jupiter Star Casino expansion
  • luxurious high-rise resorts, e.g. the billion-dollar Jewel project in Surfers Paradise
  • a sport and community centre in the neighbouring suburb of Pimpama
  • many other development applications with council, including an adventure theme park along the Nerang river.


The Gold Coast economy is valued at $25 billion. While traditionally focusing on tourism and construction, council is now committed to diversifying the city, investing in manufacturing, health, education and professional services with employment expected to reach approximately 300,000 in the next decade.


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


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

TRAVEL DISTANCES (approximately)

  • 800m – Coomera Town Centre
    (future access).
  • 800m – Coomera Railway Station
    (future access).
  • Adjacent to M1 Motorway & Exit 54.
  • 4km – Gold Coast Coomera Marine
    Precinct (Rivera).
  • 15km – Yatala Enterprise Area.
  • 24km – Surfers Paradise.
  • 30km – Robina Town Centre.
  • 50km – Gold Coast Domestic &
    International Airport.
  • 55km – Brisbane CBD.
  • 65km – Port of Brisbane.
  • 62km – Brisbane Domestic &
    International Airport.


Millions of dollars are being injected into the Gold Coast economy, making it one of the fastest growing in Australia. This, along with its natural beauty and perfect climate, makes it one of the most liveable cities in the world. Be part of it and see your business thrive.


The Gold Coast will host the XXI Commonwealth Games in 2018, Australia’s largest event this decade.

Launching the Gold Coast onto the world stage, the Games will showcase the city to a global audience of more than one billion4.


Westfield’s new proposed Coomera shopping centre, expected to open in 2018, will deliver a major economic boost to the region.

The development is expected to ultimately comprise approximately 77,000 sqm and will create thousands of job opportunities, within a short walk to The Link Coomera.


The Link Coomera is located approximately 1km from Exit 54, which has received a $74.7 million upgrade to manage the increase in traffic created by the new Westfield shopping centre and residential boom, making access to The Link Coomera even easier6.


The Gold Coast light rail system, with the capacity to move more than 3000 passengers per hour, links all the Gold Coast’s hotspots – including Broadbeach, Surfers Paradise and the Gold Coast University Hospital.

The $420 million stage two project will see the line continued through to neighbouring suburb Helensvale, with seven new stations, terminating at Helensvale railway station – just one stop away from the Coomera railway station7.


The Link Coomera is a 54-hectare property (Phase 1 is 36 hectares and Phase 2 is 18 hectares) that is zoned for both industrial (low impact industry) and mixed use (fringe business) allowing for multiple commercial uses and large format retail.

(Note that prospective owners will be required to obtain development approvals under the Planning Act (QLD) 2016 for their proposed uses for each of the individual lots. More detail regarding the zoning, intended uses within zones and assessment are contained in the City Plan adopted by the City of Gold Coast (Council). A link to a City Plan Property Report compiled by the Council is provided hereunder.)

The mixed-use zoning at The Link Coomera will be the newest and most significant industrial and mixeduse development on the Gold Coast.


Your business will benefit from the many features of The Link Coomera including:

  • An elevated position, with excellent exposure to motorists on the M1 Motorway.
  • A large variety of lots, ranging in size from 0.23Ha to larger than 1.6Ha, all serviced to Council regulations.
  • A beautifully landscaped estate including large ecological open spaces and a creek.
  • Easy connection and access to Coomera Town Centre and major transport nodes including the Coomera train station.


Getting to The Link Coomera is easy, no matter where your workers, customers and suppliers are travelling from, due to its convenient and central location.

The site is located adjacent to the M1 Motorway and approximately 1km north of the interchange at Exit 54, creating easy access from the south (Gold Coast CBD and beyond), the north (including Beenleigh and Brisbane) and from the northern suburbs of the Gold Coast located to the west of the M1 motorway.

The Link Coomera is conveniently located on an existing service road (Old Pacific Highway).

The Coomera train station is approximately 800m south with the possibility of a public transport link planned to travel through The Link Coomera.

The future Coomera North M1 Motorway interchange will be partially located on the northern side of the The Link Coomera as part of Phase 2 developments.

A four-lane trunk road connection is planned to extend from the Coomera North interchange, travelling across the rail corridor to provide access to the existing East Coomera residential community and the future high-density residential development on the east of the rail corridor. This will also include an overpass across the M1 Motorway , providing access to communities located to the west of the motorway.

A new trunk road connection is planned to cross through The Link Coomera between the existing M1 Exit 54 to the south, and the future Coomera North interchange.

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


1.Service road

2.Future Coomera North

3.Westfield Town Centre

4.Oakey Creek Corridor

5.Mixed Use Fringe Business

6.Low Impact Industry

7.Future road connection to east

8.Future road connection to west

9.Road connection to town
centre and railway station

10.Approved off ramp

11.Medium Density Residential

12.High Density Residential

13.Government Precinct

14.Mixed Use Commercial Centre

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Bassar Group Wins Approval for Gold Coast Skyscraper



Bassar Group Wins Approval for Gold Coast Skyscraper

The proposed site, on the corner of Surf Parade and George Avenue, is the amalgamation of two sites purchased in mid-2017 for $7 million.

When realised, the tower will comprise 194 bedrooms across 61 apartments with 105 on-site car parks, 82 bicycle parks and ground floor retail space.

The development application, which was submitted to the Gold Coast City Council mid-2018 has now been approved with no changes.

The tower will now replace two existing two-storey unit buildings which date back to the 1960s.

Approval for Gold Coast Skyscraper

The project, designed by Malaysian-Australian architecture firm BDA, will sit within close proximity to the Casino precinct, Pacific Fair and the Broadbeach light rail station.

Construction for the 123-metre-tower is scheduled to commence in August.

The Gold Coast has experienced a wave of new development applications over the recent months.

In December, Sunland Group lodged plans for a 16-level boutique apartment project in Labrador while ASX-listed ASF Group submitted plans for 50 luxury residential units across 31-storeys at Surfers Paradise.

A number of projects have also launched including Marquee Development Partners $35 million boutique residential development at Chevron Island as well as Sunland Group’s $250 million high-rise development on Hedges Avenue in Mermaid Beach.

Melbourne-based developer Optimus Developments has also kicked off construction on its $65 million luxury residential development at Broadbeach while Western Australian developer Pindan has launched its first Gold Coast project to market at Mermaid Beach.



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Star Unveils Plans for Broadbeach Concert Venue



Star Unveils Plans for Broadbeach Concert Venue

Star Entertainment Group has unveiled plans for an open-air concert venue across the road from its hotel at Broadbeach.

The Gold Coast, experiencing a tourism resurgence after hosting the Commonwealth Games, is the new home of the TV Week Logie Awards, which moved from Melbourne last year, and will now become home to Star’s new outdoor arena.

The proposal outlines plans to develop an area that is currently vacant canal-front land on the corner of the Gold Coast Highway and T E Peters Drive.

The one hectare Gold Coast Bulletin Centenary Park, which recently received a $1 million makeover in the lead up to the Commonwealth Games, will now be further activated to accommodate a stage and up to 1,500 people.

If approved, the venue would be able to host events from full-scale concerts and family-friendly picnic events such as Carols at Christmas, to smaller offerings like string quartets.

Broadbeach Concert Venue

“We have spoken to a lot of people well-connected to the music industry,” Star Entertainment Group chief executive Matt Bekier said.

“An outdoor venue that can stage concerts of small and large scale would drive great cut-through and further enhance the Gold Coast as a music destination.”

Star have said they will now approach a range of stakeholders including the City of Gold Coast Council, Broadbeach Alliance and entertainment specialists to consider the best way forward for the open-air concert venue.

“We want this to be an asset the local community will embrace as part of the fabric of the city,” Bekier said.

“What a wonderful example of the Gold Coast lifestyle to be able to listen to concerts across the water, whether it’s rock, jazz, classical, or an event that appeals to all ages.”

No stranger to the Australian music landscape, Star has supported the Blues on Broadbeach festival and hosted the Country Music Awards

The venue concept comes two months after the entertainment group was granted approval for its $2 billion plus masterplanwhich includes a $850m redevelopment of The Star Gold Coastand development of the new Dorsett hotel tower.

The joint venture between Star Entertainment Group and Hong Kong-based partners Far East Consortium and Chow Tai Fook Enterprises will take 10 years to complete.

“The masterplan in its entirety would see The Star Gold Coast boast more tourism accommodation than any other resort in Australia,” Bekier said.



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Local Artist Submits Application for 20-Storey Surfers Paradise Tower



20-Storey Surfers Paradise Tower

Gold Coast sculptor and film-set designer Liam Hardy has submitted an application to develop a 57-apartment tower in Surfers Paradise.

Hardy will be developing the project — with wife Yvette — on a 1013sq m amalgamated site on the corner of Oak and Birt Avenue.

The site is currently occupied by a three-storey multi-unit dwelling and a single-storey house that will make way for the new proposal.

The Hardy’s have owned the lot with the single dwelling for over eight years and recently pounced on the opportunity to purchase the neighbouring lot when it went up for sale.

Application for 20-Storey Surfers Paradise Tower

Located within 400 metres of the beach and light rail, the development sits in an ageing part of Surfers earmarked for regeneration.

The proposal has received praise from city council planning boss councillor Cameron Caldwell, who says the “unique” design will go a long way to regenerating a part of Surfers Paradise that’s been “crying out for renewal for many years”.

“This development is a unique statement piece on the surfers paradise skyline,” Caldwell told The Urban Developer.

“The site is well located near the lifestyle of Budds Beach village as well as the light rail network.

“The high-quality design in a boutique apartment development is aimed at meeting a growing demand in Gold Coast living.”

Local Artist Submits Application for 20-Storey Surfers Paradise Tower

The project, which comprises 57 units across 17-storeys will consist primarily of three-bedroom apartments and features four penthouses.

According to developer Liam Hardy, the decision to stack the development mix with three-bedroom apartments was driven by a market opportunity to service owner-occupier families and down-sizers wanting bigger units with plenty of storage.

“People are wanting larger, more liveable apartments that they can trade their traditional free-standing house in on,” Hardy told The Urban Developer.

The largest of the four penthouse apartments will comprise four bedrooms within a 509sq m layout, which includes a 143sq m roof terrace with its own private pool.

Public amenity offered on level nine of the proposal includes a gym, formal dining space, cinema room that opens as an outdoor cinema and “skygarden” with bbq and dining facilities.

Paradise Tower

Designed by Gold Coast-based BDA Architecture, the boutique residential project seeks to incorporate aspects of Hardy’s work as a sculptor and film-set designer.

According to Hardy, he worked close with the architect to achieve the buildings unique form.

“I gave Darren from BDA the brief of creating asymmetrical forms that have a purpose, no complicated curves and apartments angled to capture the spectacular views and he has done precisely that,” he said.

Hardy’s work extends from creating sets on major motion pictures through to bronze sculptures of Queensland’s sporting icons.

Having worked on Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit, attractions at Tokyo Disney and most recently a futuristic private residence at Point Danger, Hardy intends to fold his artistic background into the project.

20- Storey Paradise Tower

The most notable inclusion of public art will be a pair of giant hands made of concrete built into the buildings entrance.

“In this instance, every time a resident or guest enters the building through the foyer, they will feel welcomed and embraced.

“The residents may feel that their building is more than just concrete forms and glass,” Hardy said.

Hardy says the art in the public foyer is a personal work for him and something he sees as both original and valuable to the coast.

“Spreading monumental works throughout the city will connect us and start to tell our unique story of the Gold Coast.”

The developer hopes to commence construction mid next year pending development approval.



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