Unique global opportunity

Beyond the horizon, Asia-Pacific’s emerging health and innovation hub, the 200-hectare Gold Coast Health & Knowledge Precinct (GCHKP) is a unique global business location for high-tech industry development, research collaboration and jobs of the future.

It’s also a vibrant mixed-use community in which to live, work, study and play. Set to be home to 2,500 residents in the GCHKP boasts parkland and green spaces, street-level retail and dining, co-working and innovation spaces, entertainment facilities and a boutique hotel.

Supported by $5 billion in infrastructure, including a world-class university and two major hospitals, the Precinct is a new way ahead for Australia’s leading lifestyle city and your new horizon. Take advantage of this unprecedented investment opportunity.

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Precinct Overview

Unique Partnership

A partnership between the City of Gold Coast, Griffith University, Gold Coast Health and the Queensland Government, the GCHKP is already home to Griffith University, ranked in the top 2 percent of universities worldwide, the Gold Coast University Hospital, a major Australian teaching hospital, and the cutting-edge new Gold Coast Private Hospital.

The GCHKP played host to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games™ Athletes Village, which is being transformed into an exciting $550 million mixed-use community – the first built-to-rent village in Australia, Smith Collective.


Currently employing almost 10,000 people and home to almost 20,000 students, once fully developed the GCHKP is expected to inject $2.9 billion into the local economy, and support jobs for up to 26,000 people.

The Precinct offers a uniquely dynamic, collaborative environment for global health and knowledge companies and organisations to invest, cluster and grow, with 9.5 hectares available in the Lumina commercial cluster.

The GCHKP will grow and evolve over the next 10-15 years.

Discover the leading research centres and institutes that make the GCHKP a hub for innovation, employing 1,000 researchers and catering to over 700 research students.

And learn more about the Precinct’s clinical trial capacity.