Robina is a suburb on the Gold Coast, Queensland. Since its beginnings in the 1980s, Robina has experienced strong growth and now has a population of more than 30,000.
Robina was purpose built as a modern, sophisticated residential and commercial precinct, with most amenities in close proximity. It has a full range of facilities including commercial, educational, medical, dining, recreational, transport, worship, sports, shopping, and automotive and more.These are set in a colourful kaleidoscope of piazzas, winding lanes, grand streets, terraces and waterfront promenades
About 79% of the Gold Coast City's population is within a 20 min drive of Robina, which is also home to Bond University and Robina Town Centre shopping centre.
Local travel to Brisbane and Coolangatta is via the TransLink bus, train and ferry system. There are plans to extend the train line to Coolangatta Airport, with additional stations in Varsity Lakes and Elanora.
Robina offers a full range of schooling from kindergarten to grade 12, with several primary and secondary schools in the area. The suburb is also home to one of the Gold Coast's two public hospitals.
Before the construction of Robina Town Centre Shopping complex and the Robina Railway Station, the suburb of Robina Town Centre (a sub-suburb of 'Robina') was formally known as Kerrydale. Robina Town Centre is home to Skilled Park, a stadium with seating capacity for 27,000, and home to the Gold Coast Titans NRL team.