The area is protected by South Stradbroke Island which lies off the coast. With access to two major water ways, there are several boat ramps and marinas to access the water.
Paradise Point is now known in its own right as a prestigious area to reside. Paradise point shopping centre is without doubt one of the quaintest shopping areas on the Northern Gold Coast.
Paradise Point has some of the best restaurants and casual eateries on the Gold Coast. The Paradise point Fruit shop is recognised as having some of the best quality fruit in Australia.
Paradise Point fronts the Broadwater and council has upgraded the waterfront to include magnificent landscaping, excellent social activity areas and playgrounds.
It's soft sandy beaches are amongst the safest on the Gold Coast and the beaches are protected by the Ephraim Island development. People take advantage of this area to exercise and relax.
Major events occur on the foreshore and residents take full advantages of the parklands and foreshore.
One of the first genuine fishing villages on the Gold Coast, it now represents the best of value for money waterfront semi and luxury real estate.
Living at Paradise Point is considered a luxury home destination and many homes are located fronting canals, where residents have their own jetty and boats moored.
Paradise Point Village shops on the esplanade include a post office, a news agent, medical clinics, chemists, bakery, supermarket, outdoor restaurants and eateries.
Jabiru Island in the west, remain undeveloped in Phil Hill Environmental Park. The Coomera River has a major influence on Paradise Point as it flows from the Hinterland to the sea.
Paradise Point is a safe and secure area with a mix of residential homes, units and apartments and is the upcoming trendy suburb of the North Gold Coast with many properties worth from $800,000 to $1.5 million dollars and many far more expensive.