Im thinking about visiting Robina and maybe move from Melbourne any suggestions where in Robina?

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Orren Topolansky Sep 30, 2018
Hi,

There’s good reason that Robina is sought after as a place to live for people moving to the Gold Coast. It has so much to offer in the way of infrastructure and lifestyle.

The reality is that there really isn’t any part of Robina that you could favour over another, it just depends on your personal preferences as to where would suit you best.

The most common comment I hear when talking to people who have moved inter-state, is that they only made one mistake, and that is that they didn’t move sooner!

If you would like to discuss your personal requirements and get more detailed advice on the suburb, please feel free to contact me.

Regards,

Orren Topolansky
Ray White Robina
0414 775 977
www.orrentopolansky.com.au
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IainF 2yrs+
Hi Hal619,

Robina is scattered with beautiful areas that will suit every lifestyle. It is close to the stunning Gold Coast beaches and only a stones throw to the serentity of the hinterland.

Personally my kids attend Kings Christian College, and I am over the moon about everything the school offers. There is also a number of excellant schools scattered around Robina and surrounding suburbs.

Shopping is made easy with places like, Robina Town Centre. Comments like "I love wandering around the shops and Robina has a great atmosphere." are very common.

If you want to find out more about why Robina is my choice of locations on the Gold Coast, feel free to contact me directly.

Iain Ferguson
Remax Regency
www.iainferguson.com.au
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Tina Nenadic 2yrs+
It depends what part of Robina you would like to live in. You can be close to schools, walking distance if you need it, also on the Gold Course or on the waters, there a lots of parks and play centers as well. So it just depends on your personal situation to which part of Robina would suit you to live in.
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