Strategic Commercial/Industrial/Logistics Site For Sale

A prime parcel of land in CBDRobina with approvals in place for more than 30 permitted uses has been released to meet increasing demand from local owners, national businesses and commercial and industrial developers looking for shovel-ready sites on the back of an increase in online shopping during Covid-19.

At the southern entrance to CBDRobina, the gateway site is in close proximity to Varsity Train Station and the popular Burleigh area, while Robina Town Centre and Robina’s Medical Precinct are a five minute drive and the Gold Coast Airport is an easy 16 minute drive.

The highly exposed 6,763sqm site at 299 Scottsdale Drive, which master developer, Robina Group used as a nursery for landscaping its surrounding residential communities for the past 20 years, is being marketed by CBRE and Colliers International, with offers to purchase closing at 4pm on 21 April.

CBRE Gold Coast Managing Director Mark Witheriff said the online retail boom had sparked a surge in demand for commercial and industrial sites from local and interstate businesses, with logistics and warehousing now the number one property asset class globally.

He added that the sought-after Burleigh-Varsity-Robina catchment surrounding the site had been in very high demand post Covid, with increasing enquiry translating to a significant uplift in recent sales activity.

“Highly connected sites like 299 Scottsdale Drive, located on an arterial road with immediate access to the M1 Motorway, have become sought after, exacerbated by a shortage of suitable land across South East Queensland.

“Online shopping has increased as a result of Covid-19, and a flow on effect we are seeing is more demand for commercial land for logistics, warehousing and manufacturing to keep pace with production,” he said.

“This site has approvals in place for a building of up to eight storeys, with more than 30 permitted uses including warehouse, automotive, showroom, education, health, office and service industry.

Colliers International Director in Charge Steven King said CBDRobina’s growth profile meant the well-located site held appeal for local owner occupiers as well as national businesses and developers.

“Market analysts Urbis have identified CBDRobina as one of Gold Coast City’s key regions for growth over the next 30 years, with research showing its population is expected to grow by 126 per cent and the local economy is projected to treble to $5.4 billion by 2050,” he said.

“Statistics show CBDRobina will become the Gold Coast’s highest contributor to Gross Regional Product and will be home to the city’s largest office precinct, helping to support more than 40,000 jobs in the region.

“The opportunity for a purchaser be a part of this growth story by securing a premium site with a long frontage to an arterial road, together with approvals in place for a variety of permitted uses, simply doesn’t come along often.”

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NOTE: This site is now sold.

For further information including a detailed Information Memorandum, contact the exclusive agents below:


Mark Witheriff 0439 038 100
David Corke 0408 426 242

Colliers International

Steven King 0417 789 599
Daniel Coburn 0418 155 265