Ground floor shopping at The Oasis will inspire. Beautiful jewellery, fashionable clothing and beachwear with shoes for all occasions. For those who love the aromas of beautiful perfumes and cosmetics or just a coffee with friends, you'll have fun exploring the ground floor.
Up one level and you'll think you're in heaven. One floor of fashion from casual clothing through to evening wear. And to show off your new fashion outfits, you will need to visit our fine jewellers. If redecorating the home is more your style, we can tempt you with beautiful art works, carpets and antiques along with unique opal and gems. So much shopping to do on level 1. Come and also visit our Medical Precinct on Level 2 with handy dedicated medical precinct parking.
Your lifestyle shopping centre, The Oasis offers a medical centre, legal and financial advisors along with health & wellbeing stores such as gyms, massage, physio and yoga classes.
An icon on the Gold Coast is The Oasis Monorail which runs from 9am daily connecting you to beaches, shopping, entertainment, Sofitel Gold Coast resort and Jupiters Casino. With two stations on level 2 of The Oasis and a station at Jupiters Casino, you can "Take The Ride" and experience the sites of Broadbeach from above. Services run every 10 minutes until midnight, seven days a week. Rides are just $3.00 per person per ride and children under 7 years are FREE!
The Oasis boasts over 1300 car parks available 7 days and nights with access to all shopping and commercial levels. Access to our car parks are via Victoria Avenue or Charles Avenue. While you're shopping in our centre, you can have your car washed and detailed by professional people who take pride in making you look a million dollars.
Now you can understand why locals love to shop at The Oasis Shopping Centre.
History of The Oasis
The area of Broadbeach was vacant open land until 1955 and was the site of sand mining up to that time. The subsequent subdivision of the area broke with traditional patterns in two ways. Firstly in the provision of a beachfront reserve or park stretching the length of the area from Queensland Avenue to Peerless Avenue at Mermaid Beach (where an earlier subdivision reinstated the norm of allotments running right up to the beach) and in the extension of Surf Parade running close to and parallel to the highway effectively breaking the concept of strip development along the highway at that point. The development of the area was led by the construction of Lennons Broadbeach Hotel in 1955 - now the site of the Oasis Shopping Centre in Victoria Avenue.