Category Archives: Things to do Gold Coast

Get the Kids Involved in Christmas School Holiday Fun at Thrower House

It can be difficult to keep the kids occupied over the Christmas School Holidays, however, Thrower House is hosting a wide range of fun and free for young people aged between 12 and 17 years. Located at Salk Oval, Palm Beach, Thrower House encourages youth to participate in outdoor activities, exercise and games with the school holiday program run by …

Palm Beach’s Best Local Walks

There is no better way to truly experience our seaside suburb than on foot with natural beauty and hidden treasures just waiting to be explored. From sweeping coastal views to lush National Parks, there are plenty of great walks to experience the many landscapes of Palm Beach and surrounds. We have put together our top 3 local walks for both locals …

Conquer The Rock Face

Does the thought of climbing an artificial vertical rock face more than 9 ½ metres high excite you? The Rock Face is now open to the public at the Gold Coast Recreation Centre in Tallebudgera. Suitable for anyone over the age of five years old, The Rock Face is open every Saturday from 10:00am – 2:00pm as well as week days during School Holiday periods. …

What’s Happening in Palm Beach for Seniors Week 2017

Seniors Week 2017 will be held across the Gold Coast from 19 to 27 August, a celebration of the achievements and contributions that seniors make to our city every day. More than 70 free or low cost events will be delivered by local community groups across the city during Seniors Week. These include croquet, senior sailing, beginner dance classes, open …

Try Squash For Free

Ever wanted to give Squash a go? Squash is the perfect winter sport to keep you moving while escaping the chilly air. The Palm Beach Squash Club has a competition to suit all abilities and ages, from competitive to social as well as a junior competition. If you would like to touch up on your skills or get some tips, coaching is available. The club …

Movies Under the Stars

Come down to Reedy Creek’s Kingsmore Park on Saturday 28 January 2017 for the next Movies Under the Stars. A range of fun activities for the kids will kick off at 5pm before the movie ‘Frozen’ (PG) screens at 7pm. Grab a bite to eat at the sausage sizzle, with ice cream for dessert and coffee also available to purchase. Proudly sponsored by …