Aged care facility part of QLD Govt’s 9.5ha Gold Coast development Lumina

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Construction has begun on Lumina, Queensland Government’s 9.5ha development on the Gold Coast, which will feature an integrated aged care facility.

Lumina is the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct’s final development stage.

An $80 million children’s health and education centre of excellence for Proxima, and Griffith University’s Advanced Design and Prototyping Technologies (ADaPT) Institute, are key tenants.

In addition, Queensland Deputy Premier and Minister for State Development Steven Miles said an integrated residential aged care and key worker training facility have signed on. Four further sites are in negotiations.

Lumina will sit between a G: link light rail station and residential and retail community, Smith Collective, and is co-located with the Gold Coast University Hospital, Gold Coast Private Hospital and Griffith University.