Gold Coast Airport is an important economic and aviation hub for south east Queensland and northern New South Wales.
The growing airport precinct is anchored by our international and domestic terminal – which is undergoing a major expansion that will double its floor space and introduce aerobridges for the first time when it opens later in 2022. A range of businesses are strategically located around the terminal, including the recently completed Rydges Gold Coast Airport hotel and Southern Cross University’s Gold Coast campus. The nearby Ivy Pearce and Airport Central buildings are hubs for corporate, retail, food and beverage and medical providers. It is estimated that more than 2,000 people work in the Gold Coast Airport precinct.
The vision for Gold Coast Airport property is to expand its role as an economic and aviation hub for the region. To realise that vision, we partner with organisations to deliver sustainable property development. We have space for businesses to develop and grow – landholdings adjoining the airport site at Border Park and Wollemi Place in Tweed Heads are currently in the planning and delivery phases.
Property development is an important component of an airport’s operations, assisting economic feasibility and enhancing the multi-purpose focus of an airport. Future property development at Gold Coast Airport will align with our development objectives and support our status as an economic and transport hub for the south east Queensland and northern New South Wales regions.
We would love the opportunity to work together with you to achieve the goals you have in mind for your business, whether that is at the Terminal, the wider airport precinct, or our external landholdings.
A variety of ground transport operators are utilised to safely and efficiently move customers to and from Gold Coast Airport. These include shuttle buses, taxis, courtesy coaches, ride share, limousines and charter buses.