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Robina Suburb Profile
4230 QLD
Robina Suburb Overview
Robina is one of the first master-planned residential communities in Australia. During its construction, it was the largest master-planned community in Australia. The name Robina was officially gazetted on May 11, 1985. The name is a combination of "Robin" (Loh's given name) and "a" (for Arthur Earle). In the original plan, Kerrydale was to be a separate suburb zoned for a golf course, hotel, accommodation, and public space to the south-east of the Robina Town Centre. Kerrydale was officially promulgated on February 20, 1989, and can be seen on maps of that period. However, it was legislated in the Local Government (Robina Town Centre Planning Agreement) Bill 1992 that Kerrydale would be amalgamated into Robina. On May 19, 1995, the boundaries of Robina were officially extended to include Kerrydale.
23106

Population

39

Average Age

64

Owner %

49

Family %

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

Buy

$710,000

House Price

Buy

$421,000

Unit Price

Buy

$710,000

Rent

$520 PW

House Price

Buy

$421,000

Rent

$420 PW

Unit Price

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

Demographics

In the 2016 Census, there were 23,106 people in Robina. Of these, 47.9% were male and 52.1% were female. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people made up 1.1% of the population. The median age of people in Robina was 39 years. In Robina, 59.8% of people were born in Australia. The most common countries of birth were New Zealand (8.1%), England (6.2%), China (excluding SARs and Taiwan) (2.7%), South Africa (2.0%), and Japan (1.4%). In Robina, 78.0% of people only spoke English at home. Other languages spoken at home included Mandarin 3.3%, Japanese 1.9%, Cantonese 1.4%, Korean 0.8%, and Spanish 0.6%.

Transport

Robina has three main arterial roads connecting the suburb with other parts of the Gold Coast. The Pacific Motorway (M1) connects the suburb with the northern suburbs of the Gold Coast as well as Brisbane City. The M1 also travels south, passing the Gold Coast Airport and travelling into New South Wales. Robina Parkway is the second main arterial road in the suburb and runs from the M1 Exit 82 (Robina Parkway/Somerset Drive) interchange north, crossing Cheltenham Drive, Markeri St., Boowaggan Road, and connecting Robina with Nerang-Broadbeach Road. Bermuda Street connects Robina north to Bundall Road and south to Burleigh, with interchanges at Cottesloe Drive and Markeri St. Robina has two main bus stations. One is located at Robina railway station, and the other, Robina Town Centre bus station, is located at Robina Town Centre. Buses currently operate at regular and high-frequency intervals, servicing the suburb of Robina as well as the neighbouring suburbs, extending as far as Tweed Heads and as far north as Southport.

Education

Robina State School is a government primary (preparatory to Year 6) school for boys and girls at Killarney Avenue. Robina State High School is a government secondary (7–12) school for boys and girls at Investigator Drive. Arcadia College is a private secondary (7–12) school for boys and girls at 12 Centreline Place. Australian Industry Trade College is a private secondary (10–12) school for boys and girls at 281 Scottsdale Drive. Bond University has its main campus in Robina.

Amenities

Robina is also home to one of the two public hospitals on the Gold Coast. Queensland Health acquired the Robina Hospital in 2002, which was formerly a private hospital. In November 2016, Health Care Australia opened Robina Private Hospital, a $24.6 million purpose-built hospital providing specialist mental health and medical services located on Bayberry Lane adjacent to the public Robina Hospital, adding to the growing Robina Health Precinct. Robina Town Centre is the location for Robina Stadium, which was completed in early 2008. The stadium has a seating capacity of over 27,000 and is rectangular, meeting the requirements of rugby league, football, and rugby union. · Robina Town Shopping Centre is a major mall with a cinema. · Lilliputt mini golf. · Zone Bowling and Laser Tag: 1 Robina Town Centre Dr. · Glades Golf Club, 1 Glades Dr. · Dog & Parrot Tavern: regular comedy nights, sports bar, gaming, bistro · Taboon Middle Eastern Cafe, 514 Christine Avenue · POP Padthai, Thai Cuisine, 3/110 Laver Dr. · The Kitchens—food court and market—Robina Town Centre