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Biggera WatersGold Coast Suburb Profile
Biggera Waters offers residents a quiet lifestyle, minutes from the Broadwater but still close enough to major shopping centres, attractions and only 10 minutes from the CBD in peak hour traffic.
Each morning the boardwalk is dotted with walkers, joggers and strollers and on the weekends the waterways become crowded with boats heading out to fish and families enjoying a day on the water skiing, wake boarding and jet skiing.
Traditionally the area has been settled by retirees but recently, with the development of Harbour Town Shopping Centre the suburb has seen an emergence of a younger buyer wanting to get close to the retail and dining destination. There are a number of great restaurants in the area, as well as cafes and specialty stores, parklands and a close proximity to a number of boat ramps and waterways. Take a look at the details below and see why people are choosing to live here.
Biggera Waters Education
- Biggera Waters
The surrounding suburbs of Biggera Waters offers plenty of options for education facilities
Biggera Waters Shopping
Harbour Town is a a shopper's paradise - hundreds of outlet shops at great prices! Plus some great restaurants and a Readings Cinema. Down the road is Biggera Waters Shopping Centre, a small complex, perfect for picking up the weekly groceries and doing errands with a butcher, supermarket, bank, newsagent, bakery and chemist. Runaway Bay Shopping Centre is a few minutes drive away with everything you could need.
Biggera Waters Retirement
Harbourside Residential Resort
- Over 50's waterfront lifestyle resort
- 2 & 3 bedroom homes
- Heated pool, bowling green and clubhouse
501 Hostel Respite and Care Facility
- Aged care facility
- Private rooms
- Landscaped surrounds
- Recreation room
- Individualised 24 hour service
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