By Julia Contrucci
To enhance public safety and support the community in an emergency, the Council of Gold Coast have installed 14 accessible defibrillators in city facilities.
Having immediate access to a defibrillator can increase the likelihood of survival for people experiencing cardiac arrest.
An AED (Automated External Defibrillator) is a small portable device which delivers an electrical shock to a person’s heart to restore rhythm, allowing blood and oxygen to flow to the heart, brain and body.
Find more information on the map below.
- Broadbeach Library
61 Sunshine Boulevard, Mermaid Waters
- Burleigh Heads Library
Park Avenue, Burleigh Heads
- Burleigh Waters Library
Corner Christine Avenue and Galeen Drive, Burleigh Waters
- Coolangatta Library
Level 1, The Strand Corner Marine Parade and Dutton Street, Coolangatta
- Elanora Library
The Pines shopping centre, Guineas Creek Road, Elanora
- Helensvale Library and Cultural Centre
Helensvale Plaza, corner Lindfield Road and Sir John Overall Drive, Helensvale
- Labrador Community Centre
57 Billington Street, Labrador
- Mobile library
- Nerang Branch Library
Corner White and Price Streets, Nerang
- Palm Beach Library and Community Lounge
Eleventh Avenue, Palm Beach
- Robina Community Centre
196 Robina Town Centre Drive, Robina
- Runaway Bay Library
Lae Drive, Runaway Bay
- Southport Library
Corner Garden and Lawson Streets, Southport
- Upper Coomera Community Centre
Corner Reserve and Abraham Roads, Upper Coomera