Harbrow was caught driving over double the legal limit, with a bloody alcohol reading of 0.108 on Monday morning.
He was made unavailable for selection for this weekend’s clash with Hawthorn at the MCG and has now been suspended for a further week by the club.
As a result, he will miss next week’s clash with Carlton at Metricon Stadium.
He will also be forced to enroll in a Queensland traffic offenders program, has been ordered to donate $5,000 to a road trauma and education program and has also been slapped with a $5,000 suspended fine from the club.
“Gold Coast confirms that following consultation with senior management and the player leadership group Jarrod Harbrow has been suspended for a total of two (2) matches,” the club said in a statement.
“Further to the suspension, Harbrow will make a $5,000 donation to a relevant road trauma and education program, receive a suspended $5,000 financial sanction and enrol into the Queensland Traffic Offenders Program.
“In relation to the Jarrod Harbrow Leadership Academy, Harbrow has spoken to all participants of the program and will continue to address the seriousness of the matter going forward.”