Downtown Robina kitchens (photo attached)
If there is one place on the Gold Coast where you can shop till you drop, eat your good weight, do amazing things and walk among the beautiful nature parks, it is Robina. There’s also a hospital, train station, and sports stadium, one of which is interesting enough to make our list (hint: it’s not the hospital or train station).
In honor of this central GC gem, we’ve compiled a list of 14 reasons why Robina’s brewers love their ‘neighborhood’ and why locals travel in droves to try all their brews.
Michelle hands gnocchi rolls, The Pasta Emporium (Photo: © 2021 Inside Gold Coast)
With their European roots and extensive experience in the food industry, mother and daughter Natalie and Sonia have created a specialty pasta shop like no other. Made from high-quality durum wheat semolina (rich in fiber, protein and B vitamins and also easy to digest), the fresh pasta can be served with a choice of boiled sauces. The best!
Where: Easy T Center, 514 Christine Street, Robina
Palmer Golf Course
Carved from 65 acres of native woodland with fairways lined with towering gum trees, this uniquely designed course is one of the resort’s top 30 courses in the country. A 6,078-metre, 18-hole, Par 71 (Aust Course Rating 72) golf course designed by the Marsh/Watson team, its rolling fairways, manicured greens, towering eucalyptus trees and natural watercourse make it a favorite with locals and visitors alike.
Where: Ron Penhaligon Way, Robina
My French Dessert (Photo: © 2020 Inside Gold Coast)
Bowling district / time zone
This dual brand entertainment venue is a very exciting entertainment experience, combining Zone Bowling and Timezone in one large renovated space. Perfect for vintage remembrances and corporate purposes, you’ll find ten bowling alleys, state-of-the-art arcade games, a laser tag arena with a ‘futuristic robots/apocalyptic’ theme and super-sucking cars in the spinning area (coming later this year). amazing!!!
Where: Robina Town Centre, 1 Robina Town Center Parkway, Robina
My french pastry
A place called My French Pastries needs no introduction, but since it’s the crème de la crème here on GC, we’ll give them one anyway. Jean and Antonio Marchesi have created something truly refreshing from their made-from-scratch French pastries. thinks Chantilly lemon, lemon meringue, berries and chocolateAnd if you don’t drool, you must be sick. A special shout out must go to Taybeh nice treat, Offer a complete experience to your taste buds.
Where: Robina Quays Shopping Center, 5/361 Robina Parkway, Robina
Eddie + Wolf (Photo: © 2019 Inside Gold Coast)
Eddie + Wolf
Eddy + Wolff, Robina’s finest, opened in early 2019 and brings people exceptional and modern Asian cuisine. It’s an elegant 22-seat venue that serves up a dozen restaurants, like the same mom’s northern sister, Can Tho Kitchen in Runaway Bay. The menu offers barbecue-style dishes, snacks, and larger plates and sides, all designed to share and welcome the Thao and Vien lands of Vietnam, China, Japan, and Korea, to name a few. The drinks menu is narrow and perfectly curated to match the food to try lemon. Absolute favor.
Where: 44 Commerce Drive, Robina
Do; Market-style gourmet stalls are one of life’s greatest gifts. The kitchen is just that, with a range of exceptional niches in a beautifully appointed space. Think appetite Teppanyaki, a great first burger, a vegetarian restaurant and even a craft beer bar Provide unlimited delicious meals. There are more options than you can get and bonus; It is connected to one of the best #UnicornsDoExist malls in the area.
Where: Downtown Robina, Downtown Robina Boardwalk, Robina
El Camino Cantina (photo attached)
El Camino Canteen
Mixi Joint Fun time in downtown Robina What’s not to love? Swinging in one of the most colorful interiors you’ve ever seen, a menu filled with family-friendly Mexican fare and frozen margaritas is love at first sight/morsel/sip. The legendary venue is one of seven restaurants in Queensland, synonymous with funky neon signage, cute sombrero and winning atmosphere. Gather the crew and the board.
Where: Downtown Robina, Downtown Robina Boardwalk, Robina
Super CBUS Stadium
CBUS Super Stadium, home of our beloved Titans, is one of the finest regional stadiums in Australia and is home to all of us (grim laughter). Not only do Gold Coasters spend their weekends cheering on the boys here, we were also lucky to catch League 1 football matches, Nitro Circus matches and Rugby 7s matches as part of the Commonwealth Games. Congratulations to CBUS for being the epicenter of local sports fun.
Where: Centreline Place, Robina
The exterior of Robina Suite (photo attached)
Tried and tested (regularly. Very regularly….), Robina Pav has a clean look, dreamy balcony overlooking the water, kiddie space, and lots of good vibes. With a menu full of epic dishes from Wood-fired pizza to Stacked burgerIt would be rude not to indulge in the amazing #IfWeMust cocktail list. It’s the perfect setting for those sunny afternoons with you.
Where: 229 Ron Penhaligon Road, Robina
Robina Parkway Dog Park
It’s obviously suitable for locals with furry companions, but if you live further afield and have a furry friend, we highly recommend it. There are all kinds of fun dojos to explore, including tunnels and obstacles, and they’re sure to make a new friend or two in the process. If you don’t have a dog, go anyway and get great petting for free.
Where: Lot 21, Robina Drive, Robina
Parkway Café (Photo: © 2020 Inside Gold Coast)
Ah Parkway Coffee how we love you and your irresistible sister Palmy. Like its Southern sibling, this Robina’s casserole offers similar laid-back vibes and the same level of delicious brunch. they grilled robin with Beef pastrami, swiss cheese, sauerkraut, cucumber and thousand island vinaigrette on a golden toaster base. A prime example of Parkway’s culinary prowess. Pair your broadcast with a good time at the park…and today.
Where: Robina Quays, 361 Robina Parkway, Robina
If open spaces and green spaces, in the city center no less, are your thing (yes please), Cheltenham Park is the deal. There are plenty of places for kids — both human and angry — to run around, walking trails (#yeahums!), and tall, leafy trees you can stretch out under for a picnic with your favorite people. Perfect for escaping from a frantic race without chewing gas in search of a tree change.
Location: Cheltenham Drive, Robina
The Sporting Globe (Photo: © 2019 Inside Gold Coast)
The spacious sports-themed bar and restaurant sparked a major revival in Robina Town Center when it moved in and continues to do so in 2023. Inside the Sporting Globe there are no less than 50 HD screens including two 5m2 screens and 9 wall screens. Video screen, so yeah, you won’t miss a single second of the action. They also offer food that’s perfect for watching sports, a light-hearted filling, and an overall good vibe. This is certain.
Where: El Montazah, Downtown Robina, Robina
Indoor alpine climbing
Robina’s state-of-the-art climbing center is a plus if you’re an adrenaline junkie or someone looking for a new sporting challenge. Alpine Indoor Climbing is a favorite of professional and novice climbers alike (including those who lack coordination, AKA us). There are different levels of challenges and you can go straight through them or however you really want to, and there are cushioned pads underneath if you lose your grip. happy times.
Where: 86 Robina Downtown Parkway, Robina
Bianca’s words are legacy.
Alpine Indoor Climbing Center (Photo: © 2019 Inside Gold Coast)