Gold Coast, Queensland
A river in Bundall
|Population||4,188 (2011 census)|
|LGA(s)||Gold Coast City|
|State electorate(s)||Surfers Paradise|
Its name is from the Aboriginal word for a species of prickly vine. The locality was originally established by British landowner Edmund Henry Price in 1862. The northern boundary of the area runs from the southern Nerang Riverbank to the Gold Coasts Arts Centre. It then continues south, bordering the present day Village High Road, alongside Benowa. The locality of Sorrento is within the Southern section of the Suburb of Bundall.
A cultural precinct may be built on the Evandale site that currently incorporates the Gold Coast Arts Centre. The project may begin at the beginning of 2014. The City of Gold Coast's vision is that when completed, the Gold Coast Cultural Precinct will include drama, music, dance, art, new media and public sculpture.
In the 2011 Census the population of Bundall is 4,188, 50.6% female and 49.4% male.
The median/average age of the Bundall population is 42 years of age, 5 years above the Australian average.
66.8% of people living in Bundall were born in Australia. The other top responses for country of birth were New Zealand 8.4%, England 4.7%, Japan 1.4%, Scotland 0.8%, South Africa 0.8%.
83.8% of people speak English as their first language 1.7% Japanese, 0.9% Mandarin, 0.8% German, 0.8% Italian, 0.6% French.
- ^ Bartercard Gold Coast Blue Tongues (23 June 2009). "Bartercard Gold Coast Blue Tongues Official Site". Bartercard Gold Coast Blue Tongues.
- W.E Hanlon, The Early Settlement of the Logan and Albert Districts
- Steele, J.G., Aboriginal Pathways in Southeast Queensland and the Richmond River, p63
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