The Star Residences
Prices from A$477,000 (Level 21 & above)
The Star Residences, a soaring 53-storey mixed-use tower incorporating residential, hotel and retail amenities.
Located to the south-east side of The Star Gold Coast and overlooking Little Tallebudgera Creek and the Gold Coast Highway towards Broadbeach, residents will enjoy stunning views across the beautiful Gold Coast coastline and the lush greenery of the hinterland.
Tower 1 offers residents direct connectivity to The Star Gold Coast via Level 3, which will be home to an active food & beverage and retail promenade.
You will be greeted by luxury architectural finishes and double height ceilings upon arrival at the exclusive residential lobby.
To ensure all residents can further enjoy the stunning views on offer within Tower 1, they will have exclusive access to amenities located on Level 20.
This residential deck has been designed to maximise use of the Gold Coast’s year-round warm weather. Residents will have access to:
- Pool and pool lounge areas / spa
- Shared cooking facilities
- Residents’ lounge areas
- Yoga / pilates and stretch area
- Casual and private dining areas
This area will also feature landscaped gardens inspired by the subtropical nature and aspirational views of the Gold Coast. Incorporating elements of soft planting, vertical gardens and feature trees to create a dynamic space with plenty of opportunities to sit back and relax.
The Star Residences
Tower 1 will comprise of 423 spectacular residences, available in one and two bedroom configurations. Residences will begin from Level 21 and continue all the way to the top of the tower on Level 53. There are options for an additional study or multi-purpose room in some residences.
Each floorplan is carefully designed with floor to ceiling glazing and 2.7m ceiling heights to maximise viewlines and natural light. Individual balconies will further promote the flow of natural light ensuring all residences are bright and open. Stunning views spanning the coastline and hinterland can be appreciated from both the kitchen and living room, while ample indoor and outdoor areas provide additional glimpses for residents and their guests.
All residents will also have direct connectivity to The Star Gold Coast via the Level 3 promenade. The integrated resort development offers access to unparalleled entertainment, recreation and dining experiences.
Residences will be fitted out with the highest quality finishes and fixtures including engineered timber floor boards in the living and kitchen areas, plush carpet to the bedrooms and European appliances in the kitchen.
Purchasers will have the flexibility to customise their residences with the choice of two colour schemes – a light scheme inspired by the golden tones of Gold Coast’s beaches and skies to create a sense of warmth and comfort; and a dark scheme that draws from the cooler hinterland for a sophisticated and contemporary style.
Stone benchtop finishes contribute to the larger design vision with the architecture anchored in the smaller detailed finishes.
Island benchtop and u-shaped kitchens have been incorporated into all apartments for an integrated cooking and dining experience, complete with natural gas cooktops for optimal heat control.
Luxury retailers and world-class entertainment
Only a 400-metre walk from The Star Residences, Pacific Fair Shopping Centre has one of the country’s most impressive collections of luxury retail and fashion outlets. As one of Australia’s biggest shopping centres, and the largest in Queensland, residents will enjoy direct access to its 400-plus specialty stores offering the very best of local and international brands such as Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Prada, Pandora, Hermès, Tiffany & Co, Salvatore Ferragamo, Givenchy, Dior, Camilla, UGG Australia and more.
Pacific Fair Shopping Centre also serves as a world-class indoor and outdoor leisure and entertainment precinct, serviced by Surfside Buslines and G:link light rail.
Stroll to the northern end of Broadbeach Island and you will find yourself at Australia’s largest regional convention centre, accessible by pedestrian footbridge. With 10,000sqm of total exhibition space across the ground floor, the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre hosts over 200 events annually.
Fine dining and recreation
A surplus of amenities will be made available as part of this world-class integrated resort, with Broadbeach Island offering the very best in entertainment and services upon completion.
A number of food and beverage outlets will be added to complement the existing mix of high-end dining experiences and relaxed alternatives at The Star Gold Coast.
In addition, a state-of-the-art theatre and onsite box office caters for up to 2,150 people. The transformation currently underway at The Star Gold Coast includes construction of a 6-star hotel, while the masterplanned island serves as a major attraction for both local and international guests.
A short walk into Broadbeach will take you to Oracle Boulevard, home to some of the newest cafes and restaurants on the Gold Coast.
Over 80 kilometres of gorgeous coastline stretches as far as the eye can see, while expansive, lush hinterland occupies views to the west. The Star Residences proudly sits between these two beloved natural wonders.
Located only 800 metres away is the world-famous golden sand and crystal-clear waters of Gold Coast’s beaches, beckoning all those who take in its beauty. A short stroll will take residents to Kurrawa Beach, which has hosted the Australian Surf Life Saving titles and is regarded as one of the safest beaches in the country complete with four lifeguard towers and two surf clubs.
From the iconic shores of Surfers Paradise beach out into the lush hinterland, the tropical climate of the Gold Coast ensures experiences with nature unlike anywhere else.
Tamborine National Park, one of the world’s oldest national parks, has numerous walks and lookouts to enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Visit the TreeTop Challenge with more than 120 treetop activities including 10 zip lines or the breathtaking glow worm caves. The World Heritage listed Lamington National Park is renowned for its beautiful waterfalls and more than 160 kilometres of walking trails.
Known as the “Theme Park Capital of Australia”, the Gold Coast boasts five entertainment parks, attracting people of all ages. Thrill seekers can enjoy some of the world’s tallest and fastest rides whilst those less eager can meet their favourite movie character or superhero, go behind the scenes of a movie set, or swim with dolphins and sharks. There is truly something for every interest. Australia’s largest theme park, Dreamworld, is home to over 40 rides and attractions including the Tower of Terror II, one of the tallest and fastest rides in the world. Visiting here is like exploring multiple worlds in one, with a number of themed lands throughout, including Ocean Parade, Wiggles World, Tiger Island and Gold Rush Country – just to name a few.
If aquatic fun and the wonderful creatures that live within it are more to your liking, then look no further than these dedicated water and marine theme parks – Sea World, Wet’n’Wild and WhiteWater World. A family favourite for over 35 years, Sea World is an aquatic mammal park and oceanarium dedicated to research and rescue where visitors can make contact with a variety of marine life. For a day of splashing around and exploring an endless number of slides and rides, look no further than Australia’s biggest water theme parks, Wet’n’Wild and WhiteWater World. See your favourite movies and characters come to life at Warner Bros. Movie World – the only movie related theme park in Australia. Meet and take photos with the stars as you make your way through all the rides and attractions, from motion simulators and roller coasters, to slower moving rides for the whole family to enjoy.
In this golfer’s paradise, you can enjoy 35 different courses coast-wide. Suitable for any skill level, signature courses have been designed by golf legends such as Greg Norman, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. The state-of-the-art facilities attract high profile tournaments annually and it is not uncommon to see professionals on the courses alongside amateur players. Providing golfing experiences that are second to none, you too can play like a pro on the Gold Coast. Golfing
- Gainsborough Greens Golf Club, Pimpama
- Lakelands Country Club, Merrimac
- The Glades Golf Club, Robina
- The Grand Golf Club, Gilston
- Emerald Lakes Golf Club, Carrara
- RACV Royal Pines Resort, Benowa
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