Referred to as ‘the green behind the gold’, Mudgeeraba is a sprawling bushland suburb a few kilometres inland from the Gold Coast and part of the picturesque Gold Coast Hinterland.
Much like its name, the town of Mudgeeraba is anything but ordinary. Mudgeeraba is a character-filled village that has remained relatively untouched by tourism and the glitz and glamour of the Gold Coast. Located 14 kilometres south of the Gold Coast and 26 kilometres north of the magnificent Springbrook National Park, Mudgeeraba still feels like the rambling rural region it was in the mid-1870s, give or take a few modern upgrades.
Mudgeeraba’s prime location at the foot of the Gold Coast Hinterland means stunning views are offered at every turn. With hectare upon hectare of gorgeous acreage in Mudgeeraba and the neighbouring suburbs of Tallai and Bonogin, properties in this part of the Gold Coast are lavish and generously sized.
A feeling of family and heritage is in the air when visiting Mudgeeraba, from the large country manors that occupy most of the land, to the old world charms of the 18th century Wallaby Hotel (previously the Mudgeeraba Hotel). Along with quaint cafes and local art galleries in town, numerous heritage-listed sites, and picturesque location on the Gold Coast Hinterland, there’s plenty to love about Mudgeeraba.
Mudgeeraba State School
Mudgeeraba Creek State School
Clover Hills State School
Robina State High School
Robina State School
84km from Brisbane
14km from the Gold Coast
TransLink operate daily bus services
TransLink operate daily train services from Robina Train Station