Robina | Mudgeeraba | Nerang

Explore Robina

A master-planned residential community

The Gold Coast is a vibrant coastal city in the south-east corner of Queensland, approximately 66 kilometres south of Brisbane and immediately north of the border with N.S.W.  With 57 kilometres of coastline and beyond, vast, sub-tropical rainforests with breathtaking scenery it is an amazing place to live.

Now with a population of over 600,000 people, the Gold Coast has become the sixth largest city in Australia. Over the last ten years the Gold Coast’s population, shows a growth rate ranging from 1.28% to 2.25% p.a. (adding around 7,098 to 11,614 people each year to the overall population).

Robina is a master-planned community which covers an area of about 1483 hectares or around 15 square kilometres (3666 acres) and had a recorded a population of 25,659 (at the 2021 Australian Census).

Robina map

It is just over 6 kms north-west of Burleigh Heads, 23 kms north of Gold Coast Airport and 75 kms south of Brisbane.

There are approx. 9858 private dwellings in Robina (55% private houses, 32% semi-detached, 13% apartments).

Of the occupied private dwellings, 64.3% were owned, 33.0% rented and 2.4% other or not stated.

62.4% of people living in Robina were born in Australia. The other top responses for country of birth were New Zealand 6.7%, England 6.0%, China 2.9%, South Africa 1.9%, Japan 1.1%

Living in Robina:

Robina is a master-planned community with a diverse range of living options integrated into wide, tree-lined streets and waterside living options complemented by its significant retail, commercial & medical precincts.

Robina is a great area for families with good public transport (bus and rail travel), retail, restaurant and entertainment options providing residents with both convenience and local employment opportunities. 

Robina Town Centre provides the local community with more than 350 specialty stores, restaurants, cafes and cinemas.  In addition there are lots of green space and wonderful parks, biking and walking trails, several renowned golf courses (including one designed by Greg Norman) in the area and CBUS stadium (home to the Gold Coast Titans Rugby League team) for sporting events.

In terms of education, there is a good choice of state and private schools and the prestigious Bond University. 

Robina also has a strong medical precinct with Robina Hospital, Robina Private Hospital and Robina medical hub offering a wide range of emergency and general medical & allied health facilities.
No wonder Robina is so popular!  All of this and still within 10 - 15
minutes drive to our wonderful Gold Coast beaches and our lush green hinterland.

History of Robina:

Robina's history began in the 1980s.  Having mostly been dairy country, a 20 square kilometre parcel of land was acquired by property developer Arthur Earle who partnered with a Singapore developer, Dr Robin Loh.  This parcel of land ran from the Pacific Highway in the west (to where Bond University would later be built), and north to Carrara (including Clear Island Waters and part of Mermaid Waters).

By 1985 the Queensland Government indicated its intention to build a new railway line through 


to Robina (as by then the surrounding area - Albert Shire, was one of the fastest growing regions in Australia). Robina has been growing at an exponential rate for the last three decades and today is one of Australia's fastest growing suburbs.

Local Connections:

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Find our office:

You’ll find Raine & Horne Robina | Mudgeeraba at 1/4 Swan Lane, Mudgeeraba.

R & H Robina | Mudgeeraba

In September 2023, Raine & Horne purchased the business of First National Mudgeeraba who had operated for over 20 years in Railway Street, before moving to Swan Lane in 2021.

With all these years of experience in Mudgeeraba and the surrounding areas of Tallai, Reedy Creek, Bonogin, Austinville, Springbrook, Merrimac, Worongary and Reedy Creek you can be confident that our agents have great local knowledge, combined with the support and systems that a national network of over 300 offices provides. 

If we can assist you in any way, please reach out to us on 07 5525 2866 or email us at [email protected]