Blissful oceanfront living.

Welcome to the land of perpetual summer. Of radiant mornings and balmy nights, where relaxing days on the sand transform into vibrant evenings in world-famous restaurants. A place where glamour and sophistication meet breathtaking beaches and rugged landscapes, contributing to an invigorating yet laidback lifestyle that is so beautifully unique to this pocket of Australia. Occupying an unrivalled beachfront position, a matter of steps from the ocean shore, Aalto is perfectly placed to reap the endless benefits of Gold Coast living – minutes from the restaurants, shopping centres, amenities and services that have put this precinct on the map.

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Surfers Paradise Beach

The home of natural beauty

An icon of Australian surf culture, the Gold Coast is renowned across the globe for its pristine beaches and world-class surf breaks. Where rolling waves meet rocky headlands, national parks and foreshore reserves, the diverse landscape is filled with opportunities to appreciate the inspiring beauty of nature. With the ocean just metres from your doorstep, start the day with a jog along the esplanade or a refreshing swim in the sea, and discover the undeniable sense of wellbeing that comes with a beachfront address.

If culture is what you seek, HOTA is the Gold Coast’s pillar for the arts – a vibrant destination playing host to exhibitions, live music events, comedy, film festivals, theatre and beyond.

“We want to continue to celebrate the Gold Coast’s urban heritage and character, telling stories of its past, conjuring memories of place and creating a much deeper overlay to the city.”

Lawrence Toaldo, Managing Director of Conrad Gargett

World-Class Dining

In the last decade, The Gold Coast has evolved into one of Australia’s premier hospitality precincts – a hub of culinary excellence, pulsating atmosphere and sophisticated interior design. Nestled between Cavill Avenue and Broadbeach, with lively Broadbeach also close at hand, Aalto residents are spoiled for choice when it comes to deciding where to eat.

After a morning in the surf, rest and refuel at one of many local cafes. Metro Coffee is the perfect pit stop for your morning brew, or head to No Name Cafe for a long, leisurely brunch. In the evening, the Gold Coast transforms into a foodie playground bursting with acclaimed restaurants and stylish bars including Yamagen, Mamasan and Hyde Paradiso.

Prada at Pacific Fair Shopping Centre

A Fashion Destination

The home of luxury fashion on the Gold Coast, and the largest shopping centre in all of Queensland, Pacific Fair is an iconic destination housing an exceptional collection of over 400 stores. From beloved Australian brands such as Aesop, Assembly Label and Zimmerman, to high-end labels including Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Gucci, there’s something here for every fashion lover – all just a short drive from Aalto.

Closer to home, Cavill Mall in Surfers Paradise is equipped with a handy selection of supermarkets, providores, bakeries and services – a one-stop shop for all your grocery shopping essentials – or head to Marina Mirage in Main Beach for an even further selection of stores.

The Southport School

Exceptional Amenity

Affording a life of sheer convenience, the Gold Coast is well-serviced when it comes to public transport and education. Aalto residents will have some of Queensland’s finest primary and secondary schools at their fingertips including St Hilda’s, The Southport School and Emmanuel College.

Travelling from A to B is made easy with the Gold Coast Light Rail on your doorstep, which transports passengers up to Main Beach, South Port and Helensvale in one direction, and down to Broadbeach in the other. Close proximity to the Gold Coast Highway also allows for effortless connectivity to the wider Gold Coast as well as Brisbane.

75–79 garfield terrace,
Surfers Paradise
The finest expression of oceanfront living, where design artistry meets natural beauty.

Patrick Pancur
0422 228 229

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