1 Byth Street, Arundel QLD 4214
P (07) 5509 9300
Today - Closed
Monday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Tweed Heads Clinic
The Montrose Gold Coast team provides therapy for children and young people in a modern, welcoming environment. Our custom designed centre has dedicated therapy rooms and a friendly team waiting to welcome you.
The centre is located in Arundel – on Byth Street at the corner with Allied Drive. We have a dedicated disability park outside the office.
Services delivered at Gold Coast include:
Our qualified, skilled and friendly therapists deliver support focused on you or your loved one. We support children and young adults with a disability including physical disabilities, neuro-muscular conditions, developmental delay and autism. We also work with adults where we have the skills to help.
Every child should have the opportunity to live the best possible life. At Montrose, our support team work with you to ensure that your child’s disability doesn’t hold them back from achieving their goals. How do we do this?
Flexible therapy options
We have various options to meet our Gold Coast therapists. You can come to our Centre conveniently located at Arundel or you can access our Gold Coast therapists at local clinics and at your school. Read more about our flexible therapy options here.
Appointments at our Gold Coast Centre
People from across the Gold Coast can access our Centre at Arundel including those living in the following suburbs:
Advancetown, Alberton, Andrews, Arundel, Ashmore, Austinville, Beechmont, Benobble, Benowa, Biddaddaba, Biggera Waters, Bilinga, Birnam, Bonogin, Boyland, Broadbeach, Bundall, Burleigh Heads, Burleigh Waters, Canungra, Carrara, Cedar Creek, Chevron Island, Clagiraba, Clear Island Waters, Coolangatta, Coombabah, Currumbin, Currumbin Waters, Currumbin Valley, Eagle Heights, Elanora, Gaven, Gilberton, Gilston, Guanaba, Helensvale, Highland Park, Hollywell, Hope Island Illanbah, Isle of Capri, Jacobs Well, Kingsholme, Kirra, Labrador, Lamington, Lower Beechmont, Luscombe, Main Beach, Maudsland, Mermaid Beach, Mermaid Waters, Merrimac, Miami, Molendinar, Mount Nathan, Mount Tamborine, Mudgeeraba, Natural Bridge, Nerang, Neranwood, Nobbys, Beach, Norwell, Numinbah Valley Ormeau, Oxenford, Pacific Pines, Palm Beach, Paradise Point, Parkwood, Pimpama, Reedy Creek, Robina, Runaway Bay, Sanctuary Cove, Southport, Springbrook, Stephens, Surfers Paradise, Tabragalba, Tallai, Tallebudgera, The Spit, Tugun Varsity, Lakes Willowvale, Witheren, Wongawallan, Wonglepong, Worongary, Yatala
Service Centre Manager
Allied Health Assistant
Our Girls Group offers an safe space to tackle some of the trickier issues in life in a small, female only setting. This carefully constructed program will help participants understand and explore their own feelings, beliefs and self-image. It will also offer practical tips on staying safe and developing important relationships and friendships. Just some […]Read more
Indulge your creative side with us! We have an amazing Short Break coming up for those with an arty side. Staying at our fully accessible Gold Coast Short Stay Centre, you’ll visit some great attractions on the Coast. View the full details and itinerary below: Thursday 12 September 2019 Photography Challenge, ArtVo @ Robina Town […]Read more
Please note, the NDIS has announced updated cancellation rules. Effective 1 July 2019, a short notice cancellation (or no show) is now defined as when there is a failure to provide: Two clear business days’ notice for a support or service which is eight hours or less in duration and less than $1,000 Five clear […]Read more
We had some generous donations of large equipment items recently totalling over $24,000! The Dalwood-Wylie Foundation has generously donated the funds for a “Mobile Magic Carpet”. This interactive device will be used by all therapists in therapy sessions at Maroochydore. Sensory Guru from Sensory Guru on Vimeo. We are planning a “come and play evening” […]Read more