Bundall is a suburb of Gold Coast City, in the Australian state of Queensland. It is located west of Surfers Paradise and the Nerang River. The community has a population of four thousand inhabitants. The locality of Sorrento is within the suburb. Bundall is connected to Surfers Paradise by bridges across Chevron Island and the Isle of Capri.
Main employment sectors in Bundall include tourism, food services, legal and accounting services, school education, clothing, footwear and personal accessory retailing, as well as residential building construction. The suburb is a hub for commercial and community activity and is a home of the Gold Coast Arts Centre and Gold Coast City Council Chambers. Major IT companies in the area include IBM, Austar, OntheNet, and CoastalCOMS. There are many locations for serviced offices to let in the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Bundall has much to offer in terms of sights and things to do. The suburb is a home of the Gold Coast Arts Centre with its theatre, cinemas, art exhibitions, musicals and comedy performances. Evandale Sculpture Walk, the Gold Coast Turf Club and the famous Magic Millions carnival all provide wholesome entertainment. Its location is handy in terms of access to the famous beaches at Surfers Paradise. Nearby theme parks include Dreamworld, Sea World, Wet’n’Wild Water World, Warner Brothers Movie World, WhiteWater World, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, and David Fleay Wildlife Park. Bundall has a variety of restaurants offering diverse cuisine options.Recommended examples include Evergreen Pavilion Restaurant, Pins Kitchen, Kampung Malay Restaurant, My Place Chinese & Malaysian, and reLish @ Bundall.
Just 3 km (2 miles) from Surfers Paradise Airport, 6 km (4 miles) from Southport Airport and 22 km (14 miles) from Gold Coast International Airport, Bundall is easy to get to by air. Bus services run twice an hour through the suburb and cross-river ferry services have been planned to connect to the Isle of Capri.