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Nuggie from Cheltenham VIC, loved by Amelia & Levi


Vicki Clifford

Meet your local representative for NDIS Plan Management

About the NDIS in Gold Coast QLD

The Gold Coast is a coastal city on Australia’s east coast, approximately 66 kilometers south to south-east of the state’s capital Brisbane, and immediately north of the border with New South Wales. The Gold Coast is the sixth-largest city in Australia – it is Australia’s largest non-capital city, and Queensland’s second-largest city. It stretches from just south of Beenleigh to just north of Tweed Heads. It also happens to be one of Australia’s fastest-growing regions. The Gold Coast has an estimated population of 700,000 and is a major tourist destination widely known for its world-class surfing beaches, rainforest hinterland, theme parks, nightlife and a skyline dominated by high-rise.

The traditional owners of the Gold Coast region are the Yugambeh people which include the Kombumerri, Mununjali and Wangerriburra clans.

About the NDIS on the Gold Coast

Out of the 91,000+ NDIS participants in Queensland there are 9009 residing in the Gold Coast area (as reported in the NDIS Quarterly Report to March 2021).

Local NDIS Contacts

NDIS Local Office

The Rocket
Level 1, 203 Robina Town Centre
Robina 4230
Open: Mon – Fri (9am – 5pm)

Local Area Coordinator

As NDIS Plan Managers, Capital Guardians liaise on a regular basis with the Local Area Coordinator – Carers Queensland. The staff in Ashmore have a wealth of knowledge, are very approachable and have an in-depth understanding of how best to structure a plan.

Carers QLD
Suite 10-12, 207 Currumbura Rd
Ashmore 4214
Phone: 1300 999 636

Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI)

Uniting Care
Suite 3A, Level 3
3027 The Boulevard
Carrara 4211

This office is closed to the public but open to phone and email inquiries/meetings only

Phone: 0427 084 280

Disability Initiatives on the Gold Coast

The Gold Coast City Council has created an accessible and inclusive city.
Visit Council website for more information. Some additional initiatives are included below:

The Gold Coast City Council is working with surf clubs and other community organisations to improve accessibility to Gold Coast beaches. Beach matting and three types of beach wheelchairs (Hippocampe, Sandcruiser and Mobi) are available for use at many clubs. Clubs with these aids include Burleigh Heads, Mowbray Park, Kurrawa and Nobby Beach SLSC to mention a few. For more details please go to the GCCC website.

Also produced by the GCCC are Mobility Maps that include the location of accessible toilets, change facilities, accessible car parking spaces, pathway gradients, location of curb ramps and key buildings and services. Transport information for light rail stations, bus stops and bus routes are also featured.