Upper Coomera, QLD 4209

3.8(29 reviews)

Ranked 53rd best suburb by locals in Gold Coast Region, QLD

Great for

  • Schools
  • Shopping options
  • Clean & green
  • Parks and recreation
  • Childcare

Not great for

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Who lives here?

  • Families With Kids
  • Professionals
  • Retirees
  • Singles
  • LGBTQ+

Reviews of Upper Coomera, QLD

emiliecoots
emiliecoots
10th December 2021

"Family friendly"

Upper Coomera is a good option for families who want to live in Gold Coast. There is a Westfield in Coomera so you have most things you could need. But still you need to go into Helensvale or Southport for some things. I found the neighbourhood safe and friendly and a different vibe from Surfers which is pretty ratchet. It' ls still expensive, everywhere is in GC now and too many people have moved here from Victoria and NSW so many locals have has to move elsewhere for lack of housing and it has changed the vibe. Overall I don't recommend Gold Coast in general for families.

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robinf1
robinf1
26th May 2020

"Growing Upper Coomera"

I have worked as a real estate agent in Upper Coomera for a number of years and write this review for people not familiar with the suburb.

Upper Coomera is one of the 4 suburbs that make up the 4209 post code and is massive in its own right and it continues to grow in population size every year however it seems to be at a steadier pace these days than the explosive growth happening in Pimpama & Coomera recently.

Located on the western side of the M1 and having benefited by the recent upgrade to the exit 49 on & off ramp it is very accessible and central for getting to either Brisbane or the Gold Coast beaches or Hinterland.

It is made up of a large number of housing estates which includes popular areas such as Coomera Springs, Coomera Retreat, The Landings and Highland Reserve which consist mainly of freestanding homes. In addition there are many townhouse complexes spread throughout the area as well as a healthy mix of duplexes giving new and existing residence a wide range of property types to choose from.

The area has great choice of restaurants, take away outlets, shopping centres, all the major super market retailers and multiple private and public schools available to choose from.

Public transport is accessible and there is a Community Centre with public library and swimming pool and four of the Gold Coast's theme parks & attractions just one suburb away.

Robin Fick
Licensed Real Estate Agent
Northern Gold Coast Specialist
[email protected]
0452 533 776

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  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
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"Excellent service"

HouseShop the young man that works in this shop is excellent in service and customer service great work

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  • Families with kids
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"Good area to live"

Near to shopping. Near to shopping sports activity. Good schools around

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  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
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"Some difficulties, but a great location"

Moved here in 2015 from Parkinson in Brisbane to Highland reserve. Lots of nature, amenities such as tennis courts and parks. The area I used to live in backed onto a motorway and became noisier over time. Highland reserve is much quieter but I think it would get more traffic as time goes on. I like having basically as much bushland to walk in within twenty minutes. Having a neighbourhood facebook group is handy. Some weird crime incidents did occur but this has dropped dramatically with 2018 so far. Schools seem really well resourced and there is a lot of space for future development in the suburb overall.

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  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
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blairr
blairr

Hi we are about to move to Coomera and you make reference to lots of bushland but do you have to worry about snakes. We have a toddler of 4 years old so this is a concern for us. Be interested in your comments. Thanks

jiteshj
jiteshj

I think you have to take the usual precautions, depending on if you are close to bush or creek areas. We had rock walls in our old garden and there was a small snake seen in the first fortnight of moving there. The kids playground on Rose valley drive near the tennis court would also get green snake sightings around Summer. People seem to visit that playground from other suburbs (to see the lake etc) so I guess it is something most people would not know about.

blairr
blairr

Thanks, we are looking at a property off Foxwell Road near the new Westfield Mall with a small section and limited plants so hopefully wont be a problem. That said, I might get one of those solar snake repellent gadgets for the section just in case - really dont want to take any risks.

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Rentals in Upper Coomera

"The place where 'skinny street-roads,' were born."

I moved here in 2014, renting then time came to buy, and I drove around the area, only to find, vehicles parked, up grass-vergs, on top of the grass verges, multiple vehicles in one property and many properties with this, and the reasons are: high amounts of renting, very narrow
streets, and so vehicles parked as described above.

Houses and gardens are not in a, 'well-kepted,' state, so I guess the percentage of Home-owner as residents occupant is low.
Therefore, a very high percentage of rentals, was this part of the design-Demographics? to lump as many people/families as close together and they'll be so grateful? just to have a house to buy.
The rent amounts are also a causative because it attracts multiply Tenants, so, hence the volume of vehicles, like a Hamster-and-the-wheel.
I know the stand ed reply is; Oh its urban growth, (sprawl), so I wonder, Who is Urban, and where do they live?
I lost count of the large amounts of child-care centres,
So do I like the area, yes. Do I like the squishiness of the streets by the design of the developers, no.
So Developers must you cram Lots into a street, court, circuit?
It causes neighbour stress.
A flawed system, in Development excessive numbers of Lots per, suburb.
Could you approach your profit with less, aggressive need to yield profits, and perhaps accept that the spreading monopoly of this excessive Lots almost, 'cheek-to-jowl,' is unhealthy, and stingy, and ask yourself: Would I be comfortable living like this?
Summary. These suburbs billowing over with occupants living, 'cheek-to-jowl,' is a failed system, and useless, as the properties values are; if we are honest, also excessively inflated, and all that is happening is more shops are built more, skinny-streets and more small Lots, feeding onto (2) two exit points, 1. 54 Days Rd or Pimpama, or (3) three if one counts Tamborine- Oxenford where this year the bridge collapsed for the third time?, good-grief.
Earlier this year I asked if RiverMeadow Drive U.C.,was okay? as there seems to be a lot of properties for sale? I was told:
Hoons and vehicles parked on the grass-verge and barking dogs.
Well this isn't added to the Real Estate information for sale.

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jackd6
jackd6

Very narrow streets make up a lot of areas in Coomera, robina, Arundel, but especially the new developments in Pimpama. Two way streets are a constant one way parking lot due to the small blocks, short driveway, and the occupants using the barely 2 car garage as a storage shed instead of car garage.
Developers are now getting around the street car parking problem by keeping these developments under strata which dont allow street parking.
Very frustrating way to live considering being that far out from the city and Gold Coast beaches.

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"Coomera the new Logan"

Upper Coomera is close to a few fast food chains, Woolworths and the motor way. It's about an hours drive to the Gold Coast beaches during a buisy weekend. Most of that time is trying to get out of the overdeveloped narrow streets of Coomera. There are no trees, only roof tops as far as you can see.
The only thing to do is to watch TV overlooking your small back yard behind a well locked door.
It's a great spot for investors to rent out to large renting families.
It's a depressing suburb.
You may as well live in Logan.

Great for

  • Great for families

Not great for

  • Public transport not good at all, i know we got the trains st. but no bus!
  • Needs a higher Police presence.
  • Highway traffic

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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"Extremely contrasting areas, do your research"

Upper Coomera has drastically different areas to live in, some are extremely quiet and serene such as Highland Reserve and Reserve Rise with friendly people. We walk every evening after dark and hear nothing more than quiet music and voices if anything. Shopping is a breeze with so many choices within a 10 min drive. The schools are great other than UCSC which has developed a bad reputation. If one leaves for work before 7am there is no problem with traffic, things get a little hectic around school drop off time but that happens everywhere. Basically one should do their research when moving here, every suburb has it's good and bad areas, that's city life.

Great for

  • In between Brisbane and Gold Coast (work either)
  • Lots of developments happening
  • Great for families
  • New area. Everything is looks clean.
  • Range of living options (apartments, houses, canal living, gated estates, housing commision etc)

Not great for

  • Public Transport could be better

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • LGBT+
  • Country Lovers
  • Trendy & Stylish
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jackd6
jackd6

It's not city life.
It's an outer suburb in the middle of no where.

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"Getting worse"

High breakin area, high crime, high amount of hoons, getting worse every day, the taffic is unbelievable, sometimes it takes 1 hr to get out of suburb

Great for

  • In between Brisbane and Gold Coast (work either)

Not great for

  • Hoons
  • Traffic
  • Crime
  • Public Transport could be better
  • Graffiti
  • Highway traffic
  • Public transport not good at all, i know we got the trains st. but no bus!

Who lives here?

  • Singles
  • Tourists
  • Students
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jackd6
jackd6

It's a cheep 'value' for money area.
It's cheep for a reason.
Every one is commenting on the new concrete shopping area.
Ok. Now there are generic shops within driving distance.
What a dream... can't wait to park out side of coles and brumbies...

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"Close to Schools and Library"

I am living in upper coomera and it's close to everything

Great for

  • In between Brisbane and Gold Coast (work either)
  • Lots of developments happening
  • Great for families
  • New area. Everything is looks clean.
  • Range of living options (apartments, houses, canal living, gated estates, housing commision etc)

Not great for

  • Public Transport could be better

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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jmmc
jmmc

Best part of UC to move to and worst part to avoid?

SebT
SebT

Anything on the north side or towards the west of Days Rd is great esp Coomera Retreat/Coomera Springs - good schools and really close to the Woolworthes and other shops. The 'landings' down near the motorway are a bit of a ghetto to avoid though.

ShenaeMarsh
ShenaeMarsh

We are from interstate and was looking at a house in Bluetail crescent UC, do you know if this location is any good?

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"Great for young families!"

Upper coomera is a very large suburb, parts I would prefer not to live, but most areas are good and I have found it to be a great place to live. Public transport is excellent with a bus running fairly regularly all day off the main streets in my part of upper coomera, that takes you to the theme parks and helensvale Westfield and train station. My local shops (at the bottom of mt tambourine) are small, personal and the people lovely.. There is a small Coles, florist, hairdresser. Bakery, newsagent, subway, coffee shop, chemist, bottle shop, pizza/pasta shop, chicken takeaway, beauty shop, laundromat, Chinese takeaway, bank and several ATMs. There are plenty of both primary and high schools (public and private) in the area as well as quality daycare centres. There is a wonderful park and community centre nearby that operates lots of fitness classes, particularly stroller/mums and bubs classes. My area is surprisingly well kept by council also. The new library/community centre and public pool are amazing facilities!

Great for

  • In between Brisbane and Gold Coast (work either)
  • Great for families

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
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jmmc
jmmc

I am looking to move up there with my 2 young girls. What areas are the best to avoid? I want to live in a really good area

ParinazP
ParinazP

Hi,we are about to move to Coomera or Upper Coomera, what are the cons of living there,or which areas are the worst to avoid

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"Upper Coomera is like..."

Upper Coomera is like the Harlem of the Gold Coast worst thing I ever did was move here too many hoons and dogs barking non stop and the local Council don't care, and I can see why because no one else does either. What a dump.

Great for

  • Lots of developments happening

Not great for

  • Too many dogs barking non stop and too noisy
  • Public Transport could be better
  • Graffiti
  • Highway traffic
  • Needs more childrens facilities based here (dance schools, pool, library etc)
  • Public transport not good at all, i know we got the trains st. but no bus!

Who lives here?

  • Tourists
  • Students
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Wez
Wez

Mate don't exaggerate, some advice as you probably used to living on a farm; it's the Gold Coast hoons are everywhere ;) We have lived here for 4 years and dont have any issues with hoons or dogs; we have a peaceful street with great neighbours. If you want to winge move out :)

darrenmoa
darrenmoa

Don't worry mate it was nothing a sausage over the fence didn't sort out if you know what I mean;-)

darrenmoa
darrenmoa

Oh dont worry we will be moving on to Monterey Key I believe there are a better class of considerate people there and no Hories either!!!

Wez
Wez

All good :) hope it all goes well

gordon-jacksong
gordon-jacksong

coach way great place to live

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"5 stars :)"

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"Probably the best in Northern Gold Coast"

Have lived here for a few years and really like it. Despite being absolutely packed to the rafters, it retains a somewhat "small town" feel to it, particularly in the old southern parts on the river. Lots of places to eat out and many many supermarkets to choose from. Loads of schools as well and, depending on where in the suburb you live, its is usually well serviced by public transport. Being a large and diverse suburb, some parts are very expensive and snobby whilst others are quite rundown and crime ridden.

Great for

  • Range of living options (apartments, houses, canal living, gated estates, housing commision etc)
  • Lots of shopping options
  • In between Brisbane and Gold Coast (work either)
  • Lots of developments happening
  • Great for families
  • New area. Everything is looks clean.

Not great for

  • Too many roundabouts
  • Graffiti
  • Highway traffic

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • LGBT+
  • Students
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"Close to everything: The Coast without compromise!"

Upper Coomera truly is the place to live for dual city residents, being conveniently located just down the highway from Brisbane but still close enough to enjoy the Gold Coast's renowned lifestyle. Good schools (both public and private) are located conveniently within the suburb as are a large array of shopping and dining options. The exit from the pacific highway can be a bit of a nightmare, particularly on school holidays as traffic banks up to get into Dreamworld, however I'd recommend taking the Pimpama exit and using Old Coach Road to avoid the traffic. A new community centre is currently under construction which will include a council library and pool. There are many medical facilities and doctor's practices throughout the suburb, and more childcare centres than you can poke a stick at! Overall, a great Gold Coast suburb that's hard to fault. I wouldn't live anywhere else!

Great for

  • In between Brisbane and Gold Coast (work either)
  • Lots of developments happening
  • Great for families
  • New area. Everything is looks clean.

Not great for

  • Highway traffic
  • Graffiti

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Students
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"A nice place BUT..."

I have lived here for 4 years now, it used to be a very quite safe place that was ideal for my children to grow up. In the past 18 months the crime rate has sky rocketed with the local shopping centre being targeted by break and enters and some hoons destroying property and attacking children on buses. This area needs a strong police presence to stop some of the young folk running a muck and to bring back the safe place it once was. Other than the saftey aspects of this area it is a relativley nice place to live.

Great for

  • In between Brisbane and Gold Coast (work either)
  • Lots of developments happening

Not great for

  • Needs a higher Police presence.
  • Public Transport could be better

Who lives here?

  • Tourists
  • LGBT+
  • Hipsters
  • Country Lovers
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"Best area to move into"

Once the shopping centre gets build, the land price will go up.

Great for

  • New area. Everything is looks clean.
  • Great for families
  • In between Brisbane and Gold Coast (work either)
  • Lots of developments happening

Not great for

  • Public transport not good at all, i know we got the trains st. but no bus!
  • Needs more childrens facilities based here (dance schools, pool, library etc)
  • Public Transport could be better

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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"Affordable living with diversity where everything is at your door step"

Situated within the "northern growth corridor" Upper Coomera continues to be one of the most sought after areas on the Gold Coast for families and investors alike due its its affordability, location and the vast diversity of residential living available... from semi acreage homesteads, secure townhouse living, riverfront homes to contemporary modern masterpieces your friends will envy. With 6 local innovative public and private schools, 3 shopping centres, public transport at your door, moments away from 3 theme parks and just minutes to the M1, Westfield Shopping Centre, Coomera Train Station and the proposed site for the Coomera Town Centre, everything is here. At the northern and newly developed end of Upper Coomera you will find The Coomera City Centre which currently consists of approx. 20 shops including medical centre, pool shop, Woolworths, newsagents will soon welcome Aldi, family tavern and a Masters hardware (bunnings competitor). The new service station and KFC has just opened near the new McDonalds and Subway stores. Estates to consider here are The Retreat offering stylish contemporary living by master builders, Sommerton Ridge where homes are built for the large family with blocks averaging 900sqm block and friendly neighbourly smiles are everywhere and Coomera Springs offering lakeside living which is another Stockland project boasting designer homes, the near new smart, digitally-rich Coomera Springs Primary School and an array of walking trails, nature reserves and playgrounds. Highland Reserve being another stockland project also boasts a near new high tech school and elevated and flat blocks around the lake and waterways. For buyers wishing to enter the property market, now is the time to snap up a bargain. Every area has something different to offer so Upper Coomera is perfectly suited to all tastes and budgets. Deborah Andree Ray White Oxenford

Great for

  • Great for families
  • In between Brisbane and Gold Coast (work either)
  • Lots of developments happening

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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AdamS
AdamS

Fantastic review Deborah!

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"UC used to be good"

well we lived there for about 4 years, when we just got there it was a great quiet out of city suburb close to theme parks half way between GC and Brissy, short drive to Mt Tamborine and etc. but now with population growth and migration, the area is not as quiet as it used to be. its a great place for an average family with kids. the round about at the north band side of exit 54 is still a killer in the morning and afternoon peak with 20 - 25 mins wait sometimes to get to it. however Projection for new shops and road expansion as well as great interest from developers in the area, i guess will change the equations again within the next 5 years. so if you looking for a place to buy an investment property i would say UC but for living i personally do not recommend it.

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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Wez
Wez

Yep, allot of new development happening now. The BP and KFC just openend and new Masters (bunnings competitor), ALDI and others will open next to woolworths next year :) Coomera town centre next. This place is a gold mine if you are a patient owner/investor..

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"young family who loves the area"

when we bought our first home here we felt as if it was so far from "everything" but it was what we could afford.

After living here a very short time I soon realised that "everything" was ALOT closer than I thought. 12 minutes drive to Nerang. 5 minutes to Westfield Helensvale. Our favourite beach 10 minutes away. Lots of great parks and areas for families. Lit walkways of a night time for walking. Talk of the new Westfield going in.

Another major Pro is that my partner is in construction and can be based in gold coast onee week then brisbane the next. We are in the middle of Gold Coast and Brisbane, so now, it doesnt concern him where he is.

Great for

  • Great for families
  • In between Brisbane and Gold Coast (work either)
  • Lots of developments happening

Not great for

  • Public Transport could be better
  • Needs more childrens facilities based here (dance schools, pool, library etc)

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Hipsters
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VanessaMurdoch
VanessaMurdoch

Hi There, we are moving up from Sydney, could you please tell me which beach it is? Much appreciated

jackd6
jackd6

The closest beach is 35 Minuit drive away at midnight.
On Sunday morning the closest beach is 1.5hr drive in traffic....

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"Coomera Springs - Ideal family Lifestyle"

We have lived in Coomera Springs for two years, and have found it to be a fantastic family neighbourhood. Where do I start - we have like minded neighbours who watch our house, our kids and the neighbourhood (peace of mind!! - You know who you are), we have a great local primary school which we WALK our children to each day (and close to CAC where they will go to highschool). The Woolworths complex down the road is very handy for full grocery shops or forgotten items (unfortunately I have to call in their everyday!! (and I recomend the Chinese for Friday night take out)). It is the ideal location, close enough for my husband to travel to Brisbane every day for work, yet we still have the luxury of living on the Coast (Paradise). The most impressive and comforting thing about where we are now, is how happy our kids are. We have lived in three locations and this is by far the happiest and most settled they have been. We are 5 minutes from the oval where nearly every day we walk to play on the equipment, walk the dog and kick the ball. We walk 10 min down the road at least twice a week to the lake where we feed the ducks (3 families this year of ducklings) and eels (argh!), and the BBQ's in the parks have hosted many a Sunday afternoon sausage sizzle. The area and parks are fabulous for riding and scooters, it's a great place to live and a great pace for families!!

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
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OB
OB

Hi there and thanks for your positive and encouraging comment... We are thinking of moving from Brisbane to Coomera Springs, just as a live style change. I have three primary school kids, do you have any school children? I would be interested in your opinion about the local schools. Also, are there any other parks for kids apart the one at the lake, many thanks

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"A lovely place to live!"

Since moving to Upper Coomera in 2008, we have really grown into the community and love the peace and quiet of the area, its centrally located between Brisbane and Gold Coast and is close to all amenities. We love the leafy feel of the area and its peaceful; away from the busy roads. We live in Macdonald Ave, which is elevated with some great views. Great neighbours that are always so friendly! Great community feel with a place to bring up your family.

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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Wez
Wez

You are so right, this place is great!

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"Upper Coomera -- its gonna boom, love the area :)"

Been living here in Upper Coomera for 1.5 years now, we bought a house; lovely area, quiet and lots of open spaces. 5 minutes to Coomera train station, 40 minutes to Brisbane and 20 minutes to the coast, new developments popping up everywhere. New Servo (BP) and KFC planned for next year next to the newly opened Mcdonalds right next the the woolworths. Coomera town centre will also be great addition to the area once its completed.

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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Wez
Wez

I agree!

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"I really love this area"

A short drive to Brisbane or the Gold Coast with plenty of open space, beaches and things to do. Upper Coomera rocks.

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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Wez
Wez

Totally agree great area! This place is about to birth a new boom in the gold coast.

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"Sensational area to raise a family - Coomera Springs is the best value on the Gold Coast"

Coomera Springs in Upper Coomera is the most fabulous place to raise a family. Close to 3 schools, 3 daycare centres, Woolworths, medical centres, everything is within minutes. The estate is beautifully maintained, so green and spacious. Highly recommend this area to buy into and live.

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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"A safe clean and green area within very close range of the hustle and bustle"

What a great area. In particular the area around the lake is a real hidden gem. You feel like you could be a million miles away, but have all the amenities within minutes. This must be one of the most beautiful and unspoiled areas so close to the Gold Coast.

Perfect for families, and water sports enthusiasts. From the lake to the ocean is a beautiful 25 minute cruise in a boat. And there are a number of restaurants to moor at along the way.

SE Queenslands hidden gem.

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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"Prime Location - "affordable living on the Gold Coast""

So many options, whether it be a townhouse, duplex, home, acreage or luxury living and prices starting from around $230,000 for a townhouse. There are a number of estates in Upper Coomera some of the main ones are Coomera Springs, Highland Reserve, Sommerton Ridge, Reserve Rise, The Views and The Landings all of which house quality & prices are slightly higher. Over the past 2 years more & more owner occupiers are purchasing here. Boasting 6 schools, 2 supermarkets, 2 petrol stations, 3 medical centres, swim school, local tavern, and an abundance of specilty shops. A very accessible suburb positioned on the M1 approx 80 minutes drive to the Sunshine Coast 25 Minutes drive to Surfers and 45 minutes to Brisbane city depending on traffic delays. 2 minutes to the train station which will get you to Brisbane airport in approx 1hr 20 mins. I have a young family and would definitely recommend investing in an annual pass to either Dreamworld, Movieworld or wet'n'wild, just keep an eye out for their specials (around $100 per year for unlimited entry). Goodluck in find your home. If you are looking to purchase a home in Upper Coomera email me Brad Daniels at L.J. Hooker on [email protected] with your requirements and i will look on your behalf.

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  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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"Central to all- Shops, Coast, Schools, Hinterland, Employment"

This town has really started to shine, new shops and facilities popping up everywhere, housing ranges to suit all people and budgets, river still has fish as we catch them weekly for a bbq, great for boating, bbq, picnics, good schools, all new supermarkets with good parking. Helensvale Homeworld has all the home shops, AMART, good cafes. Sanctuary Cove close for boating, lunch, golf, recreation centre.
Can catch the train to Brisbane from Coomera easily, and Gold Coast Airport is about 30 min away for cost effective flying interstate and overseas.
We can easily take a day trip to the hinterland and up to Mt Tamborine for lunch.
Have seen a lot of improvements and this is the next mini city. New Westfields being built and major shops near Dreamworld.

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  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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"A suburb on the up and up"

Upper Coomera is a suburb that's attracting some great young families. In the outer area of the Gold Coast, it's still affordable for families just starting out and yet close enough to all the conveniences of the Coast. Only 15 minutes drive to the beach and 15 minutes drive to the hinterland, Upper Coomera has got a lot going for it. It has a great school with a Kindy to 12 program and enough retail opportunities to make life incredibly easy. There are lovely parks and some very family friendly housing developments that have been built in recent years. All in all, it's a suburb that's going the right way to being one of the Gold Coasts' most livable.

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  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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Amz

Thanks for the feedback, i totally agree, its going places! Love the area.

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