These superb aerial photographs show Bundall and its surrounds enjoying the Gold Coast lifestyle of relaxed fun in the sun. Named after an Aboriginal word meaning ‘prickly vine’, Bundall was a sugar plantation on the northern reaches of the Nerang River. It next became a dairy farm and from there came into the twentieth century with the demand for housing close to the famed Surfers Paradise Beach. Add to Description →
Within three kilometres of this fabulous beach and the beautiful homes on Chevron Island, Bundall is close to all that the Gold Coast has to offer. Visit the Evandale Sculpture Walk, a part of the Gold Coast City Art Centre for a relaxing interlude from the hustle of the city. This cultural project remains a focal centre for outdoor art and includes a man made salt water lake. Wander the paths with their mangroves and natural vegetation.
For lovers of good horse flesh, the Magic Millions is a must. Come to the Gold Coast Equestrian Centre and see the cream of the racing industry sold at auction. Imbibe the fashions and the excitement of the races with their international crowds. This Equine Centre also caters to the locals with its Horses and Pony Club.
And of course you are close to the wonderful residential developments like the Isle of Capri and the internationally renowned resorts such as Q1. Play a round at the Southport Golf Cub, swim, and surf, shop til you drop and then dine at your leisure: it all happens at Bundall and its surrounding suburbs.