Booming Coomera to be home to residential community Camelot

Booming Coomera to be home to residential community Camelot
Booming Coomera to be home to residential community Camelot

Camelot in Coomera is the latest residential community in the heart of the booming Northern Gold Coast growth corridor suburb of Coomera.

Location-wise, Camelot offers everything for growing families. The area is home to numerous primary and secondary schools, the Coomera Marine Precinct and a modern TAFE campus.

Stage 1 of the billion dollar Coomera Town Centre – designed over 60ha with a focus on business, livability and community – has now opened.

The centre features 140 specialty shops, including Woolworths, Coles, Target, Kmart and a cinema; it will transform Coomera into a benchmark dining, lifestyle and entertainment destination.

The flagship of the town centre is a new Westfield shopping centre, anchored by a Myer department store.

The centre also includes government and commercial offices, medical facilities, alfresco dining precinct, and world-class retail, all close to the existing Coomera Railway Station.

Coomera train station is the multimillion- dollar transport hub of the Northern Gold Coast, providing train station and rapid commuter services to Brisbane and Robina.

Stage 2 of the Gold Coast Light Rail is now complete, linking the Northern Gold Coast via light rail to the centres of Surfers Paradise, Broadbeach and Griffith University.

Its progress is set to unlock around $1 billion of development along the route.

The hub and interchange is also serviced by Gold Coast buses and links with the Gold Coast’s three major theme parks.

Camelot in Coomera also puts on your doorstep the natural wonders of South Stradbroke Island, the Coomera River, and the Gold Coast’s Broadwater and its sundrenched beaches. Each is a must to experience first-hand, where you can share and enjoy a special piece of paradise.

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