Hiding just behind Southport, Bundall is home to a number of the Gold Coast’s major landmarks. The HOTA (formerlly The Arts Centre Gold Coast) and the City Council Chambers reside there along with the Gold Coast Turf Club, the site of the annual Magic Millions Carnival. A new Cultural Precinct is also currently being developed in Evendale Parklands alongside the Arts Centre.
Encompassed within Bundall is the smaller suburb of Sorrento, both of which are considered by Gold Coast residents to be the desirable and upmarket area of the coast, for good reason too.
With the network of manmade canals the area is home to several exclusive waterfront properties that sell for millions. Those who make their home on the canals still enjoy the benefits of living just a few short minutes from Surfers Paradise and the CBD.
Bundall Schools & Education
There are no schools in the immediate Bundall and Sorrento area, however there are plenty of schools in the neighbouring suburbs of Southport and Benowa.
Sporting & Recreation Facilities in Bundall
GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY SURFERS PARADISE ROWING CLUB
The rowing club is a not for profit club welcoming and catering for all interested rowers from novice to advanced.
Address: 159 Bundall Rd, Bundall
Phone: 07 5591 7588
GOLD COAST ICELAND
The only ice skating rink on the Gold Coast, Iceland offers three public sessions daily.
Address: 15 Strathaird Rd, Bundall
Phone: 07 5539 9899
GOLF COURSES IN BUNDALL
While Bundall and Sorrento have no golf courses of their own, they are but a short drive away from the likes of Southport Golf Club, Royal Pines Resort and several other first rate Gold Coast golf courses.
Bundall Shopping Districts
- Sorrento Shopping Village
- Ashmore Road & Upton Street furniture, home and specialty stores
- Bundall Medical Centre
- Evandale Medical Centre
- Bundall Community Health Centre
- Sorrento Medical Centre
History of Bundall
The area was used for sugar cane farming as early as 1864 but as sugar growing was transferred to the northern coasts of Australia dairy farming moved in until the 1950s. As most of the area was wetlands survey work began in the 1960s and by the mid-70s the Sorrento and Bundall Waters canal estates were complete.
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