There is great diversity within this suburb from the rolling hills of golf courses, to The Coombabah Lake Conservation Park and the Ivan Gibbs Wetlands Reserve to the busy roads of Smith Street and Olsen Avenue.
The suburb is a hub of activity. Firstly, it provides the access point to the Pacific M1 Motorway which is busy with travelling commuters. Secondly, it is home to Griffith University which is an attractive campus that has recently gone through a major refurb and expansion period.
Students find Griffith University Gold Coast a particularly appealing campus not only for the great degree choices and sporting facilities but also for its proximity to the beach and Surfers Paradise. The new Gold Coast University Hospital is also on the doorstep making this area highly sought after.
Both neighbourhoods are very established and are well serviced by public transport (recently connected to the Gold Coast Light Rail), schools and shopping centres. The suburbs have maintained strong and consistent growth over the last decade, which indicates steady development for the future.
The area is made up of many first home buyers but also those wishing to purchase exclusive golf frontage real estate Parkwood boosts a combination of new and older houses.
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