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Gold Coast Suburb Profile - Pacific Pines

Ideally situated at the top of the Gold Coast, Pacific Pines can brag a short drive to the beach strip, all the major theme parks while only being a short 40 minute drive from Brisbane.

It’s a fast growing residential area on the west side of the Pacific Highway offering plenty of park and recreational areas with views of Stradbroke Island from the more elevated parts of the suburb.

Somewhat detached from Surfers Paradise the area is a popular area for families looking to own their own home with many house & land packages still on offer.

With the area still growing now is the time to make a move before all the best locations are gone.

Sporting Facilities in Pacific Pines

Brockman Sports Oval
The public sports ground is home to the Pacific Pines Football Club.
Address
: Cnr Brockman & Pitcairn Ways, Pacific Pines

Pacific Pines Central Park
Boasting a number of sports fields and picnic facilities, this park also offers plenty of playground equipment for young children to go wild on.
Address
: 149 Pacific Pines Blvd, Pacific Pines
Website
: http://www.gcparks.com.au/park-details.aspx?park=662

Pacific Pines Schools & Education

State Primary Schools

  • Pacific Pines State School

State High Schools

  • Pacific Pines State High School

Private Schools

  • Jubilee Primary School

Golf Courses in Pacific Pines

Pacific Pines is in prime location to take advantage of neighbouring Helensvale Golf Club and the Gold Coast Country Club. Both 18-hole courses welcome visitors and are a short distance from Pacific Pines.

Pacific Pines Shopping Districts

  • Pacific Pines Town Centre
  • Pacific Pines Drive-in Shopping Centre

Medical Facilities

  • Pacific Health Medical Centre

Search for medical services in Pacific Pines by speciality at Gold Coast Healthcare

History

Originally a Pine plantation in the locality of Gaven, the area was taken up by Stockland in 1990 and designed as a suburb with 5,800 housing lots and several open space reserves.

Land sales began in 1993 and half the total lots were already sold by 2003 when the area became its own separate suburb, named Pacific Pines for the vegetation and the views. Find out more about the Gold Coast's history here.