- Clean & green
- Eating out
- Gym and fitness
- Internet access
Not great for
- Cost of living
Who lives here?
- Families With Kids
Reviews of Sir Bruce Small Boulevard, Benowa
"Longest Street in Benowa Waters"
Sir Bruce Small Boulevard
The longest street and the newest street in Benowa Waters. Comprising of 160 homes. On the right-hand side you will find luxury homes situated on the Main River. On the left-hand side is a mixture of dry blocks and properties situated on the lake.
Entry level to the street would be in the $900s the highest price a staggering $4,2 million
The Street was named after the influential and flamboyant former Gold Coast mayor Sir Bruce Small
Who lives here?
- Families with kids
Looking for a home in Sir Bruce Small Boulevard?
"Sir Bruce Small Blvd"
Is central to an area of some 20,000 residents covering Benowa, Benowa Waters, Sorrento, Isle of Capri, Bundall, Southern Southport, Parkwood, Ashmore, Molendinar, Crestwood Heights, Carrara and Broadbeach Waters. The shopping centre where our office is located sees over 100,000 visitors monthly.
The variety of property throughout this area is extensive ranging from dry blocks, duplexes and townhouses to waterfront properties on either lake, canal or Nerang (main) River frontages. The extensive waterways throughout the region ensure a pleasant lifestyle particularly for boating and or fishing enthusiasts.
The golden beaches from Surfers Paradise to Broadbeach are easy travelling being around 10 minutes by car.
The extensive number of parks including the Gold Coast City Botanical Gardens gives the area a definite green feel and any day can experience people out and about enjoying the facilities.
Schools are also numerous in the area including The Southport School (TSS), St Hildas, Trinity Lutheran College, Emmanuel College, Surfers Paradise State Primary, St Kevin's Catholic Primary, Benowa Primary and High Schools, Ashmore State and numerous child care facilities.
Shopping is well catered for being minutes to Pacific Fair, Harbourtown, Australia Fair, Southport Park, Ashmore Plaza, Ashmore City, Isle of Capri and of course the Benowa Gardens Shopping Centre.
Transport is functional through the area with an extensive network of buses and easy access to the rail. The M1 highway is easily accessible allowing easy commuting either North to Brisbane or South to Coolangatta where airports are located.
The area also has easy access to hospitals housing Pindara Private, Allamanda Private and the Gold Coast Hospital.
Throughout the area there are many restaurants, cafes, hotels and eateries again contributing to a wonderful lifestyle on offer.
Other well known landmarks are the Royal Pines Resort; the home of the Gold Coast Bulletin, Carrara Stadium, the Gold Coast Turf Club and The Gold Coast City Council chambers.