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Arundel Suburb Profile
4214 QLD
Arundel Suburb Overview
Arundel is a city located in Queensland, Australia. It has a population of 10,246 people as of the 2016 census. Within this suburb lies the Coombabah Lake Conservation Park, which is bordered by Coombabah Creek and adjacent to the Ivan Gibbs Wetlands Reserve in Coombabah. Arundel also houses the Biggera Creek Dam, constructed for flood mitigation purposes. Arundel boasts sites of significance that are listed as heritage landmarks. These include Burleigh Police Station and the former Tallebudgera Police Station located at 120–124 Allied Drive, as well as Nui Dat House. Arundel Springs, located on the central Gold Coast, presents various lifestyle choices. Arundel Springs Residences comprises double-story-style homes with three bedrooms and a multipurpose room. Additionally, if you prefer a home design with three or four bedrooms for modern family living, the newly released options are currently available for purchase. The vision of Arundel Springs has become an award-winning reality—a place where you can embrace a healthy and vibrant Australian lifestyle. Facilities accessible include parks, an oval, walking and cycling tracks, as well as exercise and play zones. Arundel is a great choice for first-time home buyers wishing to buy premium real estate with golf course frontage.
10259

Population

40 to 59

Average Age

50

Owner %

68

Family %

Median Property Prices In Arundel
Check out the median property prices for both houses and units in Arundel, QLD. Hover over items to transition between purchase and rental prices.

Buy

$950,000

House Price

Buy

$432,250

Unit Price

Buy

$950,000

Rent

$548 PW

House Price

Buy

$432,250

Rent

$400 PW

Unit Price

Demographics & Lifestyle of Arundel
The lifestyle and feeling of a suburb is often influenced by the people and places. Find out more about the demographics of Arundel.

Demographics

According to the 2011 census data, the population of Arundel was recorded at 9,575 individuals. Out of this population, 51.7% were female. 48.3% were male. The median age of Arundel residents was 36 years old, which is below the median age of 37 years. Additionally, 60.9% of people living in Arundel were born in Australia. Other significant country of birth responses included New Zealand at 9.7%, England at 5.5%, China at 1.3%, and South Africa at 1.2%. Korea (Republic of) at 1.2% Moreover, 80% of individuals spoke English as their primary language at home, while other frequently spoken languages included Korean (1.6%), Mandarin (1.5%), Japanese (1.2%), Cantonese (0.8%), and Greek (0.5%). In the 2016 census, the population count for Arundel increased to approximately 10,246 people residing in the area. Children aged between 0 and 14 years accounted for around 17.4% of the population in Arundel, whereas individuals aged 65 years and over accounted for roughly 18.5%. Furthermore, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people comprised about 1.5% of the population in Arundel. It is worth mentioning that 30.1% of residents from this area were enrolled in or attending an institution during that time. Among them, 24.8% attended school, while 22.1% were enrolled in school. Moreover, 24.1% of them pursued education in technical institutions.

Transport

The distance between Arundel and Brisbane is 62 kilometres. If you were to drive, the road distance would be around 67.8 kilometres, taking 47 minutes to complete the journey. Unfortunately, there isn't a bus route from Arundel to Brisbane. However, you can opt for alternative transportation options. Begin your journey by heading to Computer Street from Brisbane Road. Then make your way to Brisbane via Southport. This route typically takes 2 hours and 20 minutes, including any transfers. If you're looking for a cheaper transport option, taking the train is recommended. The train fare ranges from $10 to $16. The travel time is 1 hour and 26 minutes. Alternatively, you can consider taking the line 704 bus followed by another bus route, which may cost between $20 and $45 with a travel time of 2 hours and 20 minutes. If you want to prioritise speed and don't mind the cost, hiring a taxi can get you from Arundel to Brisbane in less than an hour. It will cost you an estimated $160 to $200. For those taking a bus from Arundel to Brisbane, Translink operates services departing from Brisbane Road at Computer Street station.

Education

Residents can choose between Coombabah State High School in Coombabah, Southport State High School in Southport, or Pacific Pines State High School in Pacific Pines. Arundel State School is a public primary school catering to both boys and girls from Prep to Grade 6. It’s located at the corner of Napper Road and Arundel Drive. A. B. Paterson College, on the other hand, is a school that provides education for both primary and secondary students from Prep to Grade 12. 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.

Amenities

A stone’s throw away, you'll find the Arundel Hills Country Club, with its own golf course. Other important amenities can be found in suburbs, such as Helensvale railway station and Westfield Helensvale. You'll also have access to Harbour Town Shopping Centre in Biggera, Waters Griffith University, Gold Coast University Hospital, and the G:link rail service. In Arundel Plaza, there is a Coles supermarket, a Medical and Dental centre, and over 36 speciality stores. You can find everything you need there. For dining out or grabbing a quick bite to eat, there are plenty of restaurants too. Conveniently located 3 kilometres from Parkwood Train Station. Arundel Plaza Shopping Centre is located just 1 kilometre away from the M1 Pacific Motorway. It offers plenty of parking options, with 450 car parks available on site. You can access the car parks through Napper Road or Daintree Drive. For added convenience, there are 100 undercover car parks accessible by a ramp. Arundel Plaza Shopping Centre is located at the corner of Napper Road and Daintree Drive in Arundel. It is situated next to the Arundel Tavern and 7-Eleven Service Station. Nestled in the suburb of Arundel is St Vincents Care Services Arundel—an aged care facility operated by St Vincents Care Services (SVCS).