What’s in the neighbourhood?

1. Hope Island Marina 2. Coles Shopping Centre 3. Marina Shopping Village
4. Resort Tennis Centre 5. The Links Hope Island Golf Club 6. Pacific Ocean
7. Seaworld 8. Broadwater Parkland 9. Southport CBD
10. Griffith University & Gold Coast Hospital

Living at The Peninsula means that you’ll never be too far from what the best of the Gold Coast’s ‘North Shore’ has to offer. You’re just 5 minutes to the M1, 45 minutes by car to Brisbane and 25 minutes to the Gold Coast city centre.

A thriving nation

Fortune still smiles favourably upon ‘the lucky country’ and these days Australia is creating its own luck. Over 25.6 million extremely fortunate people call Australia home¹ and its population is currently rising at a healthy 1.4% annually².

With a low inflation rate of just 2.2% coupled with a sustained economic growth of 1.4%, interest rates of 0.25% and strong employment (93.8%)³, its economy is stable and thriving. As such, the island nation is a sound place in which to confidently invest.

¹ Australian Bureau of Statistics (2019)
² Australian Bureau of Statistics (2019)
³ Reserve Bank of Australia (2020)

A booming local economy

They call it the Gold Coast for good reason; perhaps platinum would more accurately reflect its current investment status. Driven by the 2018 Commonwealth Games (TM), the City of Gold Coast is embracing $13 billion in major infrastructure projects¹.

With an economy valued at $35 billion and a multicultural catchment of 590,000 people drawn by the unmatched lifestyle and idyllic climate, the city enjoys a 5-year average annual growth rate of 4.4%². Gold Coast welcomes close to 5.3 million visitors annually³ all no doubt enriched by the experience and dreaming of acquiring a piece of the action.

¹ Queensland Government (2017)
² City of Gold Coast (2020)
³ Tourism Research Australia (2019)

A flourishing state

Life is great in the Sunshine State not just in terms of the enviable relaxed lifestyle, but also from an investment perspective. Queensland offers investors a safe, long-term investment climate within a growing resilient economy.

Its population of 5.13 million is growing at 1.6%¹, and its gross state product is $348.969 billion² (growing at 1.6%), comprising around 19% of the Australian national economy³.

¹ Australian Bureau of Statistics (2019)
² Australian Bureau of Statistics (2019)
³ Queensland Treasury (2019)

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