Robina is an inland suburb of the Gold Coast in Queensland. It’s located approximately 21 minutes south west of Surfers Paradise, with direct access to the M1 Pacific motorway.
In 1980, Robin Loh, a Singaporean estate developer, purchased 20 square metres of land, which flourished into what we now know as Robina. Today, Robina is considered a major business district on the Gold Coast, with commercial and residential developments still underway.
One of the suburb’s most notable landmarks is Robina Town Centre. Built in 1994 on a man-made lake, Robina Town Centre has undergone millions of dollars of re-development since its establishment and has become one of the largest and most popular shopping districts on the Gold Coast. Visitors can explore major retailers such as Myer, David Jones, Coles, Woolworths, Target, Kmart, Big W and a vast array of fashion, food, homeware and miscellaneous stores.
The Robina Hospital, located on Bayberry Lane, houses the Clinical Education and Research Centre, a joint project between Bond University and Queensland Health. Within the centre, there is a 100-seat lecture theatre, clinical skills laboratories and tutorial rooms, in addition to the 403 beds in the hospital itself.
As of June 2019, the median house price in Robina was $665,000. Properties in the area are considered high in demand, which is no surprise with more than 5 childcare facilities and two schools in the area, as well as a library, easy access to public transport and its close vicinity to Gold Coast universities.
During the 2016 Census, 23,106 people were noted as living in Robina. The growing infrastructure, tree-lined streets and easy family and business living make it one of the gems of the Gold Coast.
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