One of the largest and most impressive estates in Queenslands' Gold Coast | Source: Facebook

Prime Property: The Most Expensive Suburbs Across The Gold Coast

With glittering shopping strips, surf beaches, theme parks, and rolling hinterland, the Gold Coast has it all. It may come as no surprise then that the sunny Queensland city is also home to some incredibly expensive suburbs. Whether you’re looking for a sprawling beachfront mansion, contemporary canal-side townhouse or a secluded rainforest retreat, these are some of the most expensive suburbs in the Gold Coast.

Surfers Paradise

The sparkling Surfers Paradise is a beachside playground for the wealthy. Dominated by high rise buildings, it’s the suburb’s luxury apartments that make property prices soar. Offering breathtaking views of the city and coastline, a Surfers Paradise apartment gives you the chance to be on holiday all year round. But for a chance to live this dreamy lifestyle, you’re going to be paying a median price of A$1.9 million.

Image: Surfers Paradise Source: Rain and Horne Real Estate

Mermaid Beach

The quieter and laid back Mermaid Beach is home to the famous Millionaires’ Row, a premier residential address for some of the city’s most affluent members. The uncrowded beaches and oceanfront properties are Mermaid Beache’s major attraction to people searching for an upmarket coastal lifestyle in Queensland. Coupled with the suburbs quiet nature, Mermaid Beach comes with an average price tag of A$2.1 million.

Image: A view from a home on Mermaid Beache’s Hedges Avenue Source: Real Estate

Tallebudgera Valley

Home to sprawling countryside retreats nestled into acres of rainforest and rolling hills, the Tallebudgera Valley is a popular area to make a sea change. With a median house price of A$1.5 million, this escape to the country doesn’t come cheap. But with the beach not too far away and flowing creeks, boutique farms and yoga centres on the doorstep, a move to one of the Gold Coast’s most expensive suburbs might just be worth it.

Image: A Tallebudgera Valley home Source: Real Estate

Paradise Point

Paradise Point is an oceanside suburb of the Gold Coast with plenty to offer. One of the biggest drawcard’s of the suburb is the exclusive Ephraim Island residential development. Like the suburb’s Sovereign Islands, the development is built into the local waters and offers a private marina, recreational club and luxuriously secluded lifestyle. For this reason, Paradise Point properties experience an average house price of A$1.3 million.

Image: View from a property on Ephraim Island Source: Real Estate

Broadbeach Waters

This canal side suburb provides residents with a serene lifestyle just a few kilometres away from the city centre. With contemporary waterfront homes, a bustling cafe precinct and access to the coast, it’s not surprising that houses here come with a slightly higher price tag. Experiencing a median house price of A$1.5 million, many of the suburb’s premier residential addresses can sell for much higher.

Image: Canal side living in Broadbeach Waters Source: Domain

Clear Island Waters

Clear Island Waters is the ideal suburb for anyone looking for a slower pace of life. Despite being only a few kilometres away from the city centre, the suburb provides plenty of trees, waterways and active bird life on the lake. With the opportunity to live beside the water, Clear Island Waters experiences a competitive property market and expensive house prices. Currently, the suburb’s average house price sits at A$1.1 million.

Image: The suburb of Clear Island Waters Source: Domain

If you’re interested in reading about more of Australia’s most expensive suburbs then you can read about Sydney,  PerthMelbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane here.

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