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Labrador


Suburb Snapshot

Situated just north of Southport and ever popular for its calm waters, peaceful parks and picturesque views looking out across the Gold Coast Broadwater and South Stradbroke Island, Labrador offers the quintessential and highly sought-after Gold Coast beachside lifestyle popular with residents and visitors alike.

Labrador, an area steeped in local history offers an eclectic, wide-ranging mix of housing options including detached, semi-detached and medium to high density developments ensuring that the suburb caters to a wide variety of different lifestyles and needs.

 

Pure Real Estate Snapshot

Pure Real Estate is a specialist agency in Property Management and Sales and is looking for more properties in Labrador and its surrounding suburbs.

We value your Labrador property and want to help you make the most out of it. If you are considering renting, buying or selling, Pure Real Estate can help with all your real estate needs.

Property Management – Our Property Managers understand that your Labrador property plays a big role in your life, and we strive to offer exceptional and affordable comprehensive property management services to ensure your relationship with Pure Real Estate is a rewarding experience.

Sales – Our Sales Agents understand that the process of buying and selling can be an emotional and stressful time. We will keep you well informed through the whole process to give you peace of mind and to ensure our Sales Agents are achieving the best results for you.

Contact us today if you are looking for a Property Manager or Sales Agent for your property and experience the Pure Real Estate difference.

Facilities and Amenities

A popular holiday destination, proximity to numerous Gold Coast attractions and beachside setting ensures a wide range of facilities and amenities are on offer.

Get active and enjoy countless park and recreational settings nestled along the beachfront and dotted throughout the suburb including a heritage walk featuring 21 different local places of interest or indulge in retail therapy at one of the many commercial and retail developments along Brisbane Road.

Primary education is accommodated for with Labrador State School while nearby Southport State High School caters for secondary requirements. Labrador makes an excellent, family-friendly option for those looking to embrace the ultimate combination of Queensland lifestyle and convenience.

Transport and Access

Labrador’s proximity to bordering arterial roads, highways and motorways including Olsen Avenue, Brisbane Road, Gold Coast Highway and the Smith Street Motorway make commuting around the suburb and beyond a convenient and stress-free task whether by private vehicle or by public transport (bus).

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More About Labrador

Labrador, a suburb north of Southport on the Gold Coast, is 62 km south of central Brisbane. The district was apparently named by Robert Muir, the co-purchaser of 56 ha of land fronting Broadwater south of Biggera Creek in 1878. Subdivided in a short time, one of the parcels was acquired by Frederick Shaw, a manager for Cobb and Co. Anticipating the need for a hotel for a coach service to Southport, Shaw built both a residence and the Labrador Hotel in 1883.

The Labrador Hotel had a private jetty, as did the Grand Hotel (1886) built by a local Southport syndicate. The Grand, verandahed and with magnificent dining rooms was the last word in American-style accommodation. Its magnificence attracted a number of holiday homes, among them one built by Thomas Finney whose department store supplied the hotel’s furnishings.

Apart from holiday-makers there was a community of fishing families and oyster bed lessees. By 1919 local families petitioned for a school (1921) and a progress association succeeded in building a memorial hall in 1929. A sure sign of suburbanisation was the opening of the Stop’n’Shop corner store on Brisbane Road, in sight of Labrador House.

In the early postwar years Labrador developed as a dormitory suburb of Southport, many of its beachfront streets being laid out in the 1950s. The school was rebuilt, larger and on a new site in 1952. There are numerous retirement and residential care estates.

Labrador has four local shopping centres, three sports reserves, several churches and the Southport caravan and cabin park. Along the beach and the Gold Coast Highway there are several motels, eateries, a boat ramp and small jetties.

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