Are you considering Helensvale, QLD 4212 as your next move? It's vital to know if the area meets your real estate requirements. The Homes.com.au suburb profile provides information on Helensvale house prices, demographics & market trends to enable you to be informed regarding your next property move.
If you are making a move to Helensvale, continue reading for a brief historical overview to learn more about the fantastic lifestyle and what makes this suburb so popular.
Overview Helensvale is a suburb located 17.2 kilometres northwest of the Gold Coast central business district. Its neighbouring suburbs are Upper Coomera, Coomera, Oxenford, Hope Island, Paradise Pint, Coombabah, Gaven and Arundel.
As of the 2016 census, Helensvale has a population of 16,862.
Living in Helensvale Helensvale was planned to be a transport hub, with the Gold Coast Highway and Pacific Motorway linking in the suburb. It is also in the suburb’s railways station where trains, buses and trams interconnect.
Residents in Helensvale are a mix of retirees and young families as the area have been called a “good-old-fashioned family suburb”. It is also an extremely safe suburb, boasting various amenities that caters to its varied population.
For educational facilities, Helensvale has a government primary school and a state high school.
History of Helensvale The name Helensvale was derived from a local sugar plantation established in the area around the late 1800s. The owners of the plantation were Robinson and Ernest White, who named the property after their youngest sister, Helena.
Helensvale was designated a locality on 31 March 1979. Around this time, the suburb had its first residents and a shopping centre, schools, and recreational areas were built. It was on 7 February 2003 when Helensvale was proclaimed as a suburb.
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