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Upper Coomera is a Gold Coast residential suburb located immediately west of Coomera and 52 kilometers southeast of Brisbane's central business district. The Pacific Highway (now the Pacific Motorway) and the Coomera River, respectively, run through it on the east and south sides.
Upper Coomera is a heavily suburbanized suburb with numerous large residential projects and commercial centers. It is a popular choice for dual-city commuters due to its location, which is roughly midway between the key commercial districts of Southport and Beenleigh and within reasonable driving distance of Brisbane's CBD.
The name Coomera is derived from the Yugambeh word kumera, which refers to a wattle species.
The upper reaches of Coomera were used for timber harvesting, while the lower portions were used for farming. During the 1870s and 1880s, sugar and maize were cultivated, but as sugar production shifted to north Queensland, dairying became the dominant rural sector.
There were rural/residential subdivisions between Old Coach Road and the Pacific Motorway in the early 1980s, as well as a pocket of smaller allotments east of the cemetery. The significant residential growth occurred in the 1990s.
Upper Coomera has a number of shopping centers. The most prominent of which are Coomera City Centre, Coomera Grand Shopping Centre, and The Hub at the intersection of Days Road and Old Coach Road. The suburb also includes hotels, cafes, and restaurants, catering to families.
There are several heritage sites as well, such as the Upper Coomera War Memorial, which is located at the intersection of Tamborine-Oxenford Road and Charlies Crossing Road North.
Upper Coomera offers numerous schools.
The State Primary schools are Upper Coomera State College Chrisholm Junior School (P-6), Coomera Springs State School, and Highland Reserve State School. State secondary schools are Jakaara Middle School and Fensham Senior School. Private primary and secondary schools include Assisi Catholic College, Saint Stephen's College, and Coomera Anglican College.