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Stephens Suburb Profile
4227 QLD
Stephens Suburb Overview
Stephens is a former suburb of the City of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. Stephens was named after the Stephens Swamp, an area of wetlands between Reedy Creek and Burleigh Heads. The swamp, in turn, was named after Thomas Blacket Stephens, who purchased 6980 acres of hinterland in 1873 to drain it into Little Tallebudgera Creek to create land for dairy farming. In the 1980s, Stephens began to develop a suburban character. Bond University was established in Stephens in 1987 when the Parliament of Queensland granted it university status via the passage of the Bond University Act. The university commenced teaching in May 1989 with an initial intake of 322 students. In 2002, Stephens was merged with Andrews and a portion of Robina to form the new suburb of Varsity Lakes and the West Burleigh part of Burleigh Heads. Stephens is no longer an official place name.
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Population

36

Average Age

53

Owner %

40

Family %

Median Property Prices In Stephens
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$815,000

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$815,000

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$598 PW

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

Demographics

In the 2016 Census, there were 16,639 people in the former Stephens suburb, now called Varsity Lakes. Of these, 47% were male and 53% were female. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people made up 2.1% of the population. The median age of people in Varsity Lakes was 36 years. In Varsity Lakes, 61.9% of people were born in Australia. In Varsity Lakes, 73.9% of people only spoke English at home.

Transport

Varsity Lakes is served by two forms of public transport. Kinetic Group operates several bus services through the suburb that connect Varsity Lakes to Robina, Broadbeach, and Tweed Heads. Queensland Rail operates a city train line that runs from Central Railway Station, Brisbane, through to the Gold Coast, terminating at Varsity Lakes Railway Station. Trains depart the station every half hour and operate until late, seven days a week. The distance between Varsity Lakes and Brisbane is 79 km. The road distance is 87.8 km. Varsity Lakes to Brisbane via train takes 1h 19m. Varsity Lakes to Brisbane via taxi takes 1 hour and 1 minute.

Education

Varsity College is a government primary and secondary (prep to 12) school for boys and girls. The primary school campus is at 1 Bridgewater Drive, and the secondary school campus is at 198 Varsity Parade. The suburb is also served by two other primary schools: Caningeraba State School in neighbouring Burleigh Waters to the east and Robina State School in neighbouring Robina to the north-west. It is also served by Miami State High School in neighbouring Miami to the north-east.

Amenities

Market Square offers a range of retail to the Varsity Lakes community. Major chains such as Subway, Night Owl, and IGA are all located in Market Square. Market Square also offers banks, beauty salons, bottle shops, chemists, dental care, gyms, real estate, restaurants, and taverns. Christine Corner is another retail area located in Varsity Lakes, which includes a second Subway, a second Night Owl, bakeries, beauty salons, betting agencies, bottle shops, medical centres, newsagents, petrol stations, restaurants,taverns,s and vets. Skate Park is a park for skateboarding. Central Park offers undercover gym facilities.