Two injured, one critically after stabbing on northern Gold Coast

A man is fighting for life in hospital after a stabbing on the northern Gold Coast.

Emergency services were called to a service station on Henry Hester Drive in Stapylton just before 2am on Sunday morning after reports of a wounding.

A man had suffered significant injuries to his neck.


Queensland Ambulance has confirmed the 24-year-old was rushed to the Gold Coast University Hospital in a critical condition.

A 19-year-old male had also suffered a serious injury to his hand.

He was transported to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane in a stable condition.

It’s believed the pair were stabbed in Woongoolba where a number of vehicles had gathered earlier near Staplyton and Nowell Roads.

A Police spokesperson has told myGC the stabbing resulted from a disturbance before the two males managed to drive to the service station to raise the alarm.

More to come.