Queensland's 30 year plan has revealed which areas the state will focus and improve on in future, which may be useful to know if you're considering investing in Surfers Paradise property.
The top two priorities are creating a stronger sense of community and invigorating the economy.
Community health and well-being, environmental concerns, and strengthening the economy also made it into the top five.
To determine the priorities, Queenslanders submitted responses to the government in order to develop the 30 year state vision.
Minister for the Environment and Heritage Protection of Queensland Andrew Powell organised the plan and said the response they received was unprecedented.
"Since May, more than 78,000 Queenslanders added their voice, either through an individual response on the website, or through participation in a group activity that informed a submission," he said.
There were 83,000 visits to the website and over 200 community events across the state.
Residents of real estate in Surfers Paradise who want to make a contribution to help shape the state's future may submit comments during the Brisbane summit.
The website will host live footage of the summit which will examine how Queensland's future will be shaped.