Media Release

New land released as Foreshore Coomera proves popular with families seeking healthy lifestyles

13 August 2018

Stockland has released a range of new home sites at its popular Foreshore Coomera waterside community to meet continuing strong buyer demand ahead of the first families moving in.

The Outlook residential land release is only a short walk to Oaky Creek and the Coomera River, and includes 12 home sites close to the future Central Park and the tranquil wetlands.

The location offers an outstanding lifestyle, with opportunities for families to enjoy sailing, kayaking and fishing, along with trails for walking and cycling.

The new land release will include elevated home sites from $309,900 for a 350 square metre lot.

David Laner, Acting Queensland General Manager for Residential Communities at Stockland, said Foreshore Coomera was proving popular with homebuyers looking for a healthy and active lifestyle, as well as convenience.

“We’re continuing to see a high level of enquiries from a wide range of buyers who appreciate the stunning waterside setting, close proximity to the future Coomera Town Centre and transport links, and the relaxed coastal lifestyle on offer,” Mr Laner said.

“The Gold Coast’s northern growth corridor is fast becoming a haven for first home buyers through to upgraders and Foreshore Coomera is positioned at the heart of this sought-after area.

“With easy access to the water, nature reserves and established shops and schools, future residents will have the best of both worlds.”

Mr Laner said the masterplanned community was a hive of construction activity, with the first residents expected to move in by the end of this year.

Future residents Sue and Bernard Inglis have been looking to downsize from their Springbrook National Park acreage since 2014, so a sea change to Foreshore Coomera was an easy decision to make.

“We’ve been looking for the right home for many years and coming from Springbrook, we really loved the idea of being close to the conservation reserve, the parks, the river and the jetty,” Ms Inglis said.

“The property we’re on now is just too much work.”

The couple will be downsizing to a more conveniently-sized block of land, and their new home will include four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a media room and a powder room. They are anticipating their move will take place by Christmas.

The two were among more than 100 buyers who inspected the sites of their new dream homes during an official “walk your lot” event at Foreshore Coomera in May.

Foreshore Coomera is only 26 kilometres from the Gold Coast CBD and just a short drive to the Coomera Train Station, with easy access to the M1 Motorway.

The Coomera East Shopping Centre is located directly adjacent to the community and the $470 million Westfield Coomera is expected to open just two kilometres from Foreshore Coomera at the end of this year, with outstanding retail, dining and entertainment options.

The community is also close to sporting ovals, employment options, public and private schools, childcare facilities, tertiary education, health and retail services, Gold Coast theme parks and four renowned golf courses.

More than half of the community is dedicated to open space and conservation with additional planned amenities including bike and walking trails.

To find out more, visit the Foreshore Sales and Information Centre on the corner of Foxwell Road and Oakey Creek Road, Coomera, call 13 LAND (5263), or go to