The hunt has been on to find a best design for the landmark cultural precinct ahead of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Three teams were chosen from a grand total of 75 entries, to participate in stage two of the competition, which was a 12-week long intensive design phase.
Now that the final proposals are in, the winning design will be on display for residents of Surfers Paradise property to view from November 22 to December 15 in the Gold Coast city gallery.
Once the new precinct is built, it will become the heart of the arts and culture scene in the Gold Coast.
It will become a must-see visitor destination with features including a New Arts Museum, Living Arts Centre and landscaped Artscape.
The Gold Coast is already a major tourism destination, but this new development may draw new visitors to the area, which will be good for the local economy and the art community.
The new precinct will take up 11 of the 17 hectares of the Evandale site and will build on the city's cultural identity.