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DID YOU KNOW...
Burleigh Waters is positioned adjacent to the renowned Burleigh Heads and exhibits pristine canal-side living. Lavish homes line the canals of Burleigh Waters, making it an excellent section to unwind and enjoy waterway views.
Burleigh Waters is situated within Gold Coast electorate Division 12 meaning that the suburb cluster of Burleigh Heads, Andrews, Stephens, and Reedy Creek. In the Federal division, the section of Queensland is known as McPherson.
Derived from the results of the 2011 census, Burleigh Waters has garnered a population of some 13,868 individuals – comprised of persons predominantly born in Australia with large concentrations of persons from New Zealand and England. The median age in Burleigh Waters stands at approximately 40 years of age, 3 years above the Australian national median age of 37 years.
The Gold Coast City Council operates a public library within Burleigh Waters, more specifically, at the corner of Christine Ave and Galeen Drive. Visitors to the Burleigh Waters suburb should see the Burleigh Heads Stocklands Shopping Centre and see Burleigh Lake Park. If you have a boat, you can explore the many canals and tributaries situated within Burleigh Waters.
With lush greenery and surrounds, it is important for Burleigh Waters homeowners to ensure that their homes are well maintained, plants and gardens neatly trimmed, and adequate freshwater supply to trees and shrubbery.