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ironman matt poole on why he calls the gold coast home

Written by The ReReport

Ironman Matt Poole loves living on the Gold Coast.

NUTRI-GRAIN Ironman Series champion Matt Poole shares his dream home and why he loves living on the Gold Coast.


The first home I bought was in Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast, it cost $550,000.
I had moved to the Sunshine Coast to further my ironman career and compete for Mooloolaba Surf Life Saving Club.
This was the best place for me to be for training, plus I loved all the local restaurants and cafes close by.


My current house is in Broadbeach Waters on the Gold Coast.
After seven years on the Sunshine Coast I moved to the Gold Coast to compete for Kurrawa Surf Life Saving Club.
Broadbeach Waters was central to me for all my training facilities and I love the area with Pacific Fair, Star Casino and plenty of great restaurants all close by.

QLD_GCB_SPORT_POOLE_12JUL18Matt Poole at Kurrawa Surf Club. Photo: Richard Gosling.


I really love the Gold Coast and can’t see myself moving anytime soon.
My dream home would have to be something on beachfront with a really nice clean and modern feel to it.
Some of my favourite areas are Broadbeach, Burleigh and Palm beach.


I love the ocean and warm weather, it’s a huge part of my lifestyle.
If I was to leave Australia one of my favourite areas to travel is Newport Beach in California.
I would love a mega house on the beach there at Newport, perfect for summer parties and always plenty of night-life and action.

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