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Interesting facts about Robina
Robina is the third largest suburb on the Gold Coast of Australia and 'is designed to be a people place'. The Robina Town Centre shopping centre and Bond University are located in Robina.
In the late 1970s and early 1980s a Singaporean developer by the name of Dr. Robin Loh viewed the scrubland west of Broadbeach to one day be a 'world standard master planned community providing everything required by a modern society'.
Since its population of zero in the 1980s Robina has experienced a strong growth to a population of over 30,000 people, largely due to interstate migration.
Robina offers the full range of schooling from Kindergarten right through to Grade 12. These services are available from the following Education Facilities:
Fuji International Kindergarten: for Crèche to Kindergarten;
Robina Groves Children's Centre: for Crèche to Kindergarten;
Robina Kindyland: for Crèche to Kindergarten;
Robina Parks Child Care Centre: for Crèche to Kindergarten;
Robina Town Child Care Centre: for Crèche to Kindergarten;
ABC Learning Centre: for Crèche to Pre-School;
Robina State Primary School: for schooling from Pre-School to Grade 7; and
Robina State High School: for schooling from Grade 8 to Grade 12 .
Robina is also home to one of the two public hospitals on the Gold Coast, which opened an Emergency Department in September 2007. This public health facility is located adjacent to the Robina Railway Station.
Before the construction of Robina Town Centre Shopping complex and the Robina Railway Station, the suburb of Robina Town Centre (sub-suburb of 'Robina') was formally known as Kerrydale.
Robina Town Centre is the location for the Skilled Park, Home to the National Rugby League The Gold Coast Titans Completed in early 2008. The stadium has a seating capacity of over 27,000, and is rectangular, meeting the requirements of the NRL, soccer and rugby union. The Gold Coast Titans, an NRL team, is based at Skilled Park. The stadium is located adjacent to Robina railway station, providing access to other Gold Coast areas, and to Brisbane. A $20 million training facility, fields and leagues club will be integrated with the development.