Gold Coast Suburb Profile – Paradise Point:

Located on the northern end of the Gold Coast, with the Broadwater lapping at its shores is the peaceful suburb of Paradise Point. This quiet suburb may seem out of the way, but it has its own village feel to it.

The foreshore is home to a large park, perfect for a day out for the family, a weekend BBQ, or a bike ride along the Broadwater. There are plenty of amenities available and a large kids playground. There is also a small sandy beach with an enclosed swimming area.

Adjacent to the park is a foodies’ heaven with an entire strip of restaurants. There’s something for everyone, from some of the Gold Coast’s best fish and chip shops, to casual cafes and upmarket restaurants. This busy eating district draws a crowd over the weekend and on a Friday and Saturday night.

 Paradise Point is a suburb of the Gold Coast with the Broadwater at its front door and plenty of house opportunities for buyers looking to get into the market.
 Paradise Point is located on the Gold Coast and is home to plenty of canal facing properties, modern apartments and freestanding houses.
 You can visit Paradise Point by boat and take advantage of free mooring while you enjoy lunch or a visit to the foreshore park.
 Paradise Point is home to some of the Gold Coast's most modern apartments that are suit perfectly to first home buyers.

One block back you’ll find a quaint village street with all the essentials services a modern village suburb needs. Paradise Point has its own post office, as well as a supermarket, fruit shop, butcher, two chemists, a large medical practice, a dentist and an organic store. Note to mention the hairdressers, bakeries and boutique gifts and clothing stores.

As you stroll down this busy street you’ll feel a million miles away from the bright lights of Surfers Paradise and as though you’ve made a sea change escape.

The suburb also plays host once a month to the incredibly popular The Village Markets, which bring an eclectic mix of stalls featuring some of the Gold Coast’s most talented young designers, fresh produce, food trucks and live music from some very talented local artists.

Paradise Point has several boat ramps providing direct access to the Broadwater and the Coomera River. There are also several marinas where boats can be moored. It is also home to a not-for-profit sailing club, senior citizens’ centre, a bowls club with covered green and a large community centre, which plays host to several community groups, including dance and martial arts classes.

 The main street of Paradise Point is home to a large selection of cafes and restaurants to grab a bite to eat at.
 Paradise Point is the perfect Gold Coast suburb to raise a family, with a large variety of shops and cafes, as well as a large playground.

Notable property developments include Ephraim Island, Salacia Waters and the Sovereign Islands. The suburb has an incredibly diverse range of properties available, from more affordable units, duplexes and freestanding houses on the mainland, to ultra modern apartments on Ephraim Island, to the largest, most lavish mansions the Gold Coast has to offer on the Sovereign Islands.

In 2014 the suburb was ranked as having the fourth highest number of million dollar houses in Queensland.

 Ephraim Island is home to a large residential development, with plenty of apartments and recreational facilities available for residents.
 With a large recreational club, Ephraim Island is one of Paradise Point's most desirable place to live.

Ephraim Island:

Completed in 2008 in what at the time was Queensland’s largest residential construction project, Ephraim Island sits in the middle of the Gold Coast’s Broadwater and is connected to Paradise Point by a bridge.

The island is a large residential community, comprising a mix of individual beach houses and large apartment buildings. This ultra modern development has some spectacular architecture, with each open plan apartment having water views. Residents enjoy access to a large recreation centre featuring several pools and spas, a large gym, sauna and steam room. The island is also home to a restaurant and day spa and features walking trails through the preserved wetlands.

The Sovereign Islands:

Connected to Paradise Point by bridge The Sovereign Islands comprises a series of man made islands that house some of the Gold Coast’s most exclusive mansions.

This development is the home of the wealthy and elite and is worth a drive through just to see how the other half live. There are mansions and there are mansions and these islands are home to the latter. Almost all have large boats moored at their back door and a tennis court or helipad are also not out of place.

 The Sovereign Islands is one of the Gold Coast's most exclusive addresses and is the perfect place to call home.
 Buying a property at Paradise Point on Queensland's Gold Coast can be a wise investment with a large pool of potential tenants looking to move into the area.
 Salacia Waters is a new residential development at Paradise Point and home to some very modern apartments.

Paradise Point is a stand-out suburb on the Gold Coast and is well known for its lively village atmosphere, family friendly parks and dining precinct. Deciding to buy a property in this suburb and call it home will not disappoint and there is something to suit every buyer, whether you’re looking for a family home, a modern apartment for yourself, or something a bit larger.

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If you are looking to buy a property on the Gold Coast and would like more information about Paradise Point, or assistance with your conveyancingcontact the property law solicitors of Dylan Inns Gold Coast and Brisbane on 1300 36 32 10, or email