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By the late 1870s, the Government of Queensland had become preoccupied with the idea of getting local residents to pay through rates for local services, which had become a massive cost to the colony and were undermaintained in many areas. The McIlwraith government initiated the Divisional Boards Act 1879 which created a system of elected divisional boards covering most of Queensland. It was assented by the Governor on 2 October 1879, and on 11 November 1879, the Governor gazetted a list of 74 divisions which would come into existence. Four of these—Nerang, Coomera, Beenleigh and Waterford—were in the Gold Coast region. Southport was developed as both an administrative centre as well as a holiday destination with hotels and guesthouses to cater for visitors. Town dwellers had different needs to the rural landholders so Southport ratepayers lobbied the colonial government to create a separate Divisional Board so that rates monies raised by Southport landholders could be spent on town improvements. This resulted in the establishment of the Southport Division on 14 July 1883 by an amalgamation of part of Nerang Division and part of Coomera Division.
Beach foreshore at Burleigh Heads, 1932

On 31 March 1903, following the enactment of the Local Authorities Act 1902, the divisions became shires. On 12 June 1914, the Town of Coolangatta was created from part of the Shire of Nerang, and on 12 April 1918, Southport became a Town.

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At the 2011 Census, there were 145,967 people in the Gold Coast City local government area, of these 48.9% were male and 51.1% were female. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people made up 3.2% of the population; 30% more than the national average. The median age of people in the City of Gold Coast City was 33 years, which is significantly lower than the national median of 37 years. Children aged 0 – 14 years made up 21.9% of the population and people aged 65 years and over made up 9.3% of the population. Of people in the area aged 15 years and over, 47.3% were married and 12.1% were either divorced or separated.[1]In the City of Gold Coast City between the 2001 Census and the 2006 Census, the population decreased by 1.53%; and in the subsequent five years to the 2011 Census, population growth was 2.02%. When compared with total population growth of Australia for the same periods, being 5.78% and 8.32% respectively, population growth in Gold Coast City local government area was significantly below the national average.[2] The median weekly income for residents within the City of Gold Coast City was generally on par with the national average.

Gold Coast City suburbs
  • Advancetown
  • Alberton
  • Arundel
  • Ashmore
  • Austinville
  • Benowa
  • Biggera Waters
  • Bilinga
  • Bonogin
  • Boyland
  • Broadbeach
  • Broadbeach Waters
  • Bundall
  • Burleigh Heads
  • Burleigh Waters
  • Carrara
  • Cedar Creek
  • Clagiraba
  • Clear Island Waters
  • Coolangatta
  • Coombabah
  • Coomera
  • Currumbin
  • Currumbin Valley
  • Currumbin Waters
  • Elanora
  • Gaven
  • Gilberton
  • Gilston
  • Guanaba
  • Helensvale
  • Highland Park
  • Hollywell
  • Hope Island
  • Illinbah
  • Jacobs Well
  • Kingsholme
  • Labrador
  • Lower Beechmont
  • Luscombe
  • Main Beach
  • Maudsland
  • Mermaid Beach
  • Mermaid Waters
  • Merrimac
  • Miami
  • Molendinar
  • Mount Nathan
  • Mudgeeraba
  • Natural Bridge
  • Nerang
  • Neranwood
  • Norwell
  • Numinbah Valley
  • Ormeau
  • Ormeau Hills
  • Oxenford
  • Pacific Pines
  • Palm Beach
  • Paradise Point
  • Parkwood
  • Pimpama
  • Reedy Creek
  • Robina
  • Runaway Bay
  • South Stradbroke Island
  • Southern Moreton Bay Islands
  • Southport
  • Springbrook
  • Stapylton
  • Steiglitz
  • Surfers Paradise
  • Tallai
  • Tallebudgera
  • Tallebudgera Valley
  • Tugun
  • Upper Coomera
  • Varsity Lakes
  • Willow Vale
  • Wongawallan
  • Woongoolba
  • Worongary
  • Yatala

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At Online Garden Design we aim to create the perfect garden plan for you. We take your ideas and combine them with ours to create a unique, practical and beautiful landscape design perfectly suited to your needs, tastes and style. Upon payment for your Landscape Design Package we will send you out a simply questionnaire asking about you needs, wants and taste and some simple site analysis. Along with this questionnaire, we ask for 5-10 photos of your site and a rough outline of the dimensions of your property. Our landscape designer will consider your responses and photos of the site and create a unique garden design that perfectly suits your needs and wants. We will look at suitable garden styles, building materials, plants and garden features to suit you and your garden space.
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Landscape Plan – At this stage our professional garden designer will prepare a drawing of your proposed garden space, including hard landscaping features such as paving, water features, decks as well as plant species and building materials to be used. All features incorporated will be based upon your wants and needs list. We will simply make this list aesthetically pleasing. This plan can be used by you or a contractor to build the garden following the clear and concise plans.

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Plant List – In conjunction with the landscape design plan and construction outline we will provide you with a complete outline of all plants suggested for your garden taking into account climate, aspect, soil type and your taste. A thorough outline of each suggested plant will be included in the package including maintenance instructions, and suggested similar alternative plants.
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