Region Profile

Labrador

Labrador continues to draw visitors with its broad range of accommodation, great local food offering, and family-friendly atmosphere.

 

Visitors to Labrador particularly enjoy the outdoor activities on offer, with parks, a lagoon, and beaches making the perfect setting for picnics and play. Bike hire is prevalent in the area, and children enjoy feeding the friendly local pelicans and swimming in protected areas.

 

Labrador is also in close reach of one of the Gold Coast’s most popular attractions, the theme parks. Seaworld, Warner Bros Movie World and Dream World can all be reached in under 15 minutes via car from Labrador, and are easily accessible by public transport, making Labrador a popular place for theme park visitors to stay.

 

The area has an extensive food and beverage offering, with cuisines such as Chinese, Japanese and Italian available, as well as a lot of seafood. Café culture is also prominent in the area, and is particularly driven by the outdoor lifestyle of local residents, which is also adopted by those travelling to the area. 

 

International or domestic guests travelling to the area via plane can fly into the Gold Coast airport and reach Labrador via taxi, shuttle service, or car rental, which is available on-site. Travel to the area is steady throughout the year, with weather on the Gold Coast being relatively dry and sunny throughout each of the seasons. Peak periods generally fall in the summer months, particularly on weeks that line up with the various state school holidays. During the winter months, visitors travel from the cooler southern states who are looking to escape for a holiday in the warmer weather.

 

Labrador’s first hotel opened in 1884, offering guests 15 rooms to choose from, as well as ample facilities for horses and coaches. These days, the area’s accommodation offering is far vaster, with both budget and luxury holiday parks, hotels and resort style accommodation available. The area has a total of 65 accommodation options and food services, which employ 11.6 percent of the 18,613 residents that call Labrador home. 

Suburbs in the Labrador region

Permanent Management Rights - Option to Live on or Offsite
Exclusive - 1.86 Multiplier with 3-Bedroom Residence – ID 9144
Mid North Coast Riverfront Leasehold Motel with 25 Year Lease - 1P5993M
No Requirement To Live Onsite - ID 8411
Beachfront Going Concern Tourist Park, Far North Queensland - 1055CPF
FREEHOLD - MIXED-USE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY WITH APPROVALS & EXPANSION POTENTIAL | Resort Brokers ID : FH008317
Exclusive - Outstanding Modern Complex Caretaking Only - ID 9121
LEASEHOLD MOTEL WITH PRIME POSITION & PROVEN PERFORMANCE  | Resort Brokers ID : LH008313
UNLOCK INVESTMENT POTENTIAL: PRIME NARRABRI SERVICED APARTMENTS AWAIT! | Resort Brokers ID : FH008316
Enticing Business Opportunity
Well-established CBD Hotel with Gaming & Accommodation - 1P6039
ACCOMMODATION & TOURISM BUSINESS FOR SALE IN CAPE TRIBULATION - 2820MF
Multi-award winning resort - Tweed Byron Hinterland FHGC | Resort Brokers ID : FH008315
Absolute Beachfront Resort Complex
Waterfront Property within Resort
Drouin Motel - 1P6044
Small Permanent Complex in Southport - ID 8381
Beautiful Redlands Area