The suburb lies on the Gold Coast Broadwater with direct access to the Coomera River. The area is protected by South Stradbroke Island which lies off the coast. With access to two major water ways, several boat ramps and marinas have been built.
Two developments, built out into the local waters, are only accessible from Paradise Point. Sovereign Islands is a canal-style development at Northern point off Paradise Point, accessible by bridge and road named the Sovereign Mile. Ephraim Island is situated at the southern end, a secure Island development joined to Paradise Point by bridge via Falkinder Avenue.
Paradise Point Village shops on the esplanade include a post office, a news agent, medical clinic and food outlets and eateries. Jabiru Island in the west, remain undeveloped in Phil Hill Environmental Park.
Paradise Point is a fairly upmarket suburb, with many properties worth millions of dollars. A 2014 property survey revealed King Charles Drive as having the fourth highest number of million-dollar houses in Queensland.
Paradise Point Parklands are the perfect location for a stroll, picnic, fun in the playground or to simply relax overlooking the water. The amazing views make this one of the most beautiful parks on the Gold Coast. The winding walkway through the Parklands provides a great way to start exploring the many features on offer.
The Parklands have recently been upgraded with new public amenities, barbecue facilities and picnic shelters. Pack a picnic, throw a snag on the barbie, or if you really want to relax, there are many coffee shops or fish and chip stores located right along the Esplanade.
The kids will be entertained for hours with the large playground area. The playground features and activities are very unique, and are sure to keep the kids enthralled. Climbing, slides, swings, all the traditional favourites, as well as many new activities and play spaces.
There are also open grassed areas, perfect for a game of cricket with the kids, or a kick of the footy. The park benches overlooking the beautiful Broadwater provide a majestic view, and a romantic spot to enjoy with your loved one.
The attractions of the Gold Coast bring smiles to people of all ages and stages. With exhilarating rides, exotic animals and endless waterslides. The Gold Coast offers a full spectrum of interactive entertainment - from dazzling big budget Gold Coast theme parks to small, hilariously kitsch museums.
For more information and a list of attractions visit www.visitgoldcoast.com
There is a wide range of cafes & resuartants along The Esplanade to enjoy a bite to eat. More choices can be found in the heart of Surfers Paradise & larger Shopping Centres such as Harbour Town, Australia Fair, Pacific Fair & Robina Shopping Town.
The Gold Coast offers a fascinating and diverse array of markets to satisfy every need, from art and craft to fashion, fresh produce, gifts and knick knacks. A trip to any one of the Gold Coast’s markets can mean a shopping bag full of edible souvenirs, gourmet products and other delights.
Surfside Buses service the Gold Coast region. Information including timetables is available at www.surfside.com.au Other private bus contractors service the Canungra and Hinterland areas.
The Helensvale railway station is located on the Gold Coast line. Travel time for the 76 km journey to Brisbane is between 66 and 75 minutes. The journey south to Robina takes about seven minutes.
The nearest hospitals are:
Gold Coast University Hospital Southport
1300 744 284
Pindara Private Hospital
(07) 5668 6000
Several pre-schools operate in and around Paradise Point, including:
Paradise Point Kindyland
(07) 5529 5033
Bonny Babes Child Care Centre
(07) 5530 8540
(07) 5537 9160
Runaway Bay Kindyland
(07) 5537 8884
Local primary schools include:
St Francis Xavier Catholic School
(07) 5537 2633
Coombabah State Primary
(07) 5501 3888
Labrador State School
(07) 5665 0333
Pacific Pines State School
(07) 5502 5333
Trinity Lutheran College
(07) 5556 8221
(07) 5532 4922
The secondary schools in the area include:
Coombabah State HIgh
(07) 5552 3888
A.B. Patterson College
(07) 5594 7947
Southport State High
(07) 5509 1222
Helensvale State High
(07) 5573 8555
Paradise Point is well serviced by sporting facilities.
A Super Sports Centre is located in Runaway Bay facilitating for a wide of sports. There are also a range of bowls clubs, rugby, baseball and soccer clubs in the area. Golf courses in the area include internationally renowned Emerald Lakes and Palm Meadows.
Visitor Information Centre
2 Cavill Ave (Cavill Mall), Surfers Paradise Qld 4217
1300 309 440
8:30am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday,