Barnes Auto Co
Servicing Clear Island Waters
Barnes Auto Co Services Provides Heavy Towing in Clear Island Waters
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Location Clear Island Waters
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About Clear Island Waters
Clear Island Waters is a suburb of the City of Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Clear Island Waters had a population of 4,120 people.
The suburb is a mid-to-high socioeconomic residential area surrounding the artificial canals of Clear Island Lake and Boobegan Creek.
The area that is now Clear Island Waters was a dairy community in the south and rural wetlands in the north in the early stages of the 20th century.
The suburb began to build a reputation as an exclusive and upper class area in 1967 when property developer Bruce Small, who became Gold Coast Mayor later that year, convinced a group of wealthy golfers to purchase his 92-acre landholding at Cypress Gardens for $43,240 to build the Surfers Paradise Golf Club.
In 1976, a group of Gold Coast-based Italian families established the Italo-Australian Club on a block of land adjacent to the Surfers Paradise Golf Club and the venture led to an influx of Italian families moving to the suburb. In 1986, St Vincent's aPrimary School relocated from Surfers Paradise to Clear Island Waters and the Sacred Heart Parish Church was opened next to the primary school after the parish priest Dr Owen Oxenham initiated the move.
Developers began to take a keen interest in the suburb in the early 1990s when approval was gained to build multiple canal estates known as Island Quay, Rhode Island and Santa Cruz. The clientele then transformed from mostly successful business people to more lawyers and medical professionals in the decades that followed.
In the 2011 census, Clear Island Waters recorded a population of 3,986 people, 52.6% female and 47.4% male. The median age of the Clear Island Waters population was 49 years, 12 years above the national median of 37. 56.7% of people living in Clear Island Waters were born in Australia. The other top responses for country of birth were England 6.9%, New Zealand 6.8%, South Africa 2.6%, China 2.3%, Taiwan 1.6%. 75.7% of people spoke only English at home; the next most common languages were 4.3% Mandarin, 2.2% Cantonese, 1.6% Japanese, 1.2% Italian, 1% French.
In the 2016 census, Clear Island Waters had a population of 4,120 people.
Clear Island Waters is primarily a residential suburb, and most major facilities are accessible from adjacent suburbs. Kinetic Group provide public transport throughout the city.
St Vincent's Primary School is a Catholic primary (Prep-6) school for boys and girls at Fairway Drive () at the north-eastern end of the suburb. In 2017, the school had an enrolment of 764 students with 45 teachers (40 full-time equivalent) and 21 non-teaching staff (16 full-time equivalent).
The nearest government primary school is in nearby Broadbeach and neighboring Robina and Merrimac.
There are no secondary schools in Clear Island waters. The nearest government secondary school is Merrimac State High School in neighboring Mermaid Waters. Other nearby secondary schools are in Robina, Merrimac and Carrara.
The Surfers Paradise Golf Club and Surfers Paradise Tennis Club are both located inside the suburb on Fairway Drive. Association football club Merrimac F.C. is located in the north-eastern corner of the suburb and is run by the adjacent Italo-Australian club. Several Australian rules football clubs including the Broadbeach Cats, Carrara Saints, Robina Roos are based in the neighbouring suburbs of Mermaid Waters, Carrara and Robina, as well as the city's professional AFL team, the Gold Coast Suns, who are based at the neighbouring Carrara Stadium. The Surfers Paradise Dolphins rugby union team is based in the northern neighbouring suburb of Broadbeach Waters.