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Mudgeeraba Suburb Profile
4213 QLD
Mudgeeraba Suburb Overview
Mudgeeraba Creek is the major creek in a catchment area in the southern region of the Gold Coast. It is part of the larger catchment area of the Nerang River. Bonogin and Wyangan Creeks are tributaries of Mudgeeraba Creek. Since 2005, under the Beaches to Bushland restoration programme, Gold Coast City, with the help of Austinville Landcare Group, has worked on the restoration of areas of upper Mudgeeraba Creek. Mudgeeraba's essential character remains that of a nineteenth-century village and contains important evidence of its earlier form and building. Most older houses are situated on large blocks of 0.5 acres (2,000 m2) to 2 acres (8,100 m2), alongside much larger farming properties situated in the area.
58706

Population

40

Average Age

73

Owner %

52

Family %

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

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$1,185,000

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$1,185,000

Rent

$550 PW

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$605 PW

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

Demographics

In the 2021 Census, there were 58,707 people in Mudgeeraba. Of these, 48.3% were male and 51.7% were female. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people made up 1.8% of the population. The median age of people in Mudgeeraba was 40 years old. In Mudgeeraba, 68.3% of people were born in Australia.

Transport

The distance between Brisbane and Mudgeeraba is 75 km. The road distance is 80.7 km. Brisbane to Mudgeeraba via train takes 2 hours and 2 minutes. Brisbane to Mudgeeraba takes approximately 55 minutes via drive.

Education

Mudgeeraba State School is a government primary (Preparatory to Year 6) school for boys and girls. Clover Hill State School is a government primary (Preparatory to Year 6) school for boys and girls on Clover Hill Drive. Mudgeeraba Creek State School is a government primary (Preparatory to Year 6) school for boys and girls on Gold Coast-Springbrook Road. Mudgeeraba Special School is a special primary and secondary (Preparatory to Year 12) school for boys and girls at 4–6 School Street. Somerset College is a private primary and secondary (Preparatory to Year 12) school for boys and girls at Somerset Drive. There is no government secondary school in Mudgeeraba; the nearest is in neighbouring Robina.

Amenities

Mudgeeraba has several heritage-listed sites, including: · Franklin Drive (crossing Mudgeeraba Creek): Dip Crossing Bridge (Old Mudgeeraba Creek Bridge). · Hardys Road (corner of Gold Coast Springbrook Road): Persimmon Trees, Laver Family Park · 30 Hardys Road (Hinterland Regional Park): Hardy's House · 47 Railway Street: Wallaby Hotel (formerly Exchange Hotel). · 57 Railway Street: Mudgeeraba Old Post Office (formerly Nerang Shire Council Chambers). · 4 School Street: Mudgeeraba Special School (former Mudgeeraba State School).  · Mudgeeraba Creek upstream of the confluence with Bonogin Creek: Hardy's Bridge. Mudgeeraba is home to the Mudgeeraba Water Treatment Plant, and a pump and pipeline run from the Little Nerang Dam to the Water Treatment Plant operated by SEQWater. An above-ground pipeline runs from the WTP through Mudgeeraba to Tugun and Molendinar. The Springbrook Mudgeeraba branch of the Queensland Country Women's Association meets at the Bill Deacon Pavillion, Mudgeeraba Showgrounds, at 115 Mudgeeraba Road, Worongary. The headquarters of one of Australia's largest car clubs, Kustoms of Australia, is based in Mudgeeraba and has a building within the Gold Coast Historical Precinct.