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Coombabah is a suburb in Gold Coast, Queensland. The suburb has an approximate population close to 9, 500 as per several reports. The name has been derived from two aboriginal words, namely Koombabah and Koomboobah which translate into the places of the turtles and place of the cobra worms respectively. Coombabah also means the home of the turtles or a piece of land. The suburb is bordered at the north by Hope Island and Paradise Point while Biggera Waters and Runaway Bay occupy its eastern flank. Arundel lies to the south while Helensvale lies to its west. The Coombabah State School is a major educational institution and cultural landmark here. Oxley Drive is a prominent arterial road running through the locality.
The Coombabah Lakelands or Lake is one of five Queensland sites included in the RAMSAR global convention for important wetlands. The conservation area is encircled by several roads, residential zones and business establishments. The public can access 10 kilometres of gravel, dirt tracks and boardwalks. The area is also a protected fish habitat and a protected marine habitat and conservation zone. There are guided bush tours and walks organized by the Council. The Coombabah State High School is also located in this suburb..