Sarina

Located at the foothills of the Connors Range south of Mackay, Sarina's town centre is a blend of natural country charm, while having developed into a thriving business area. Enjoy the friendly hospitality, beautiful beaches, prime fishing and prawning available nearby. A range of restaurants, cafes, unique retail and services can be found in the town centre.

A world of discovery can be found at Sarina's Field of Dreams. Learn about the region's thriving sugar industry and watch how sugar is extracted from the cane on an interactive tour at The Sarina Sugar Shed. The Sarina Tourist Art and Craft Information Centre, also located at the Field of Dreams, will provide you with friendly local advice. It also carries a host of beautiful locally-made arts, crafts and souvenirs.

Take a morning stroll along one of Sarina's golden beaches, including Sarina Beach, Grasstree Beach, Salonika Beach and Freshwater Point. Keep an eye out for nesting turtles in season, who lay their eggs among the grassy dunes. Sarina Beach provides a range of accommodation and dining options. Lake Barfield, which adjoins Salonika Beach, is a thriving bird sanctuary; home to black swans, white herons and egrets.

Hay Point and Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminals are the Mackay Region's coal export facilities. The administrative building at the Hay Point Coal Terminal operates a viewing platform for panoramic views over the massive facility.

Keep an eye out for Buffy, a large Cane Toad statue placed in the middle of the Sarina township, in-between the north and south-bound lanes of the Bruce Highway.

Sarina
Sarina, Mackay Area
Queensland
Australia

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Based Comedy at The Palm Beach Hotel

Palm Beach, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
Weekly from 17 December 2017
Free entry! Join them every Sunday night in The Palm Beach Hotel restaurant as some of the best stand up comedians from around the country and around the world take to the stage to entertain you. Hosted by Based Comedy with some of the best amateur and professional comedians in Australia.

Groove Therapy Dance Classes Gold Coast

Palm Beach, Gold Coast Area
From AU$20 - 160
Weekly from 18 December 2017
They are most well know for their beginner adult dance classes that have no mirrors, dim lights and loud pumping bass beats. They offer hip hop and street dance classes to the person who has always wanted to try a dance class but perhaps feels too intimidated/old/uncoordinated/curvy to step into a studio.

Coolangatta New Year's Eve Fireworks

Coolangatta, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
31 December 2017
The Southern Gold Coast will welcome the new year with two fireworks displays at Coolangatta Beach this New Year’s Eve. With displays taking place at 9pm and midnight, both families and revellers can enjoy the displays by Queensland’s largest fireworks company, proudly supported by City of Gold Coast Division 14 Councillor Gail O’Neill.

Quiksilver and Roxy Pro 2018

Coolangatta, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
11 – 22 March 2018
The iconic Snapper Rocks point break on the southern Gold Coast makes a fitting backdrop for the Quiksilver and Roxy Pro, marking the opening of the men’s and women’s world championship tours. This event will see the world’s best surfers including Kelly Slater, Mick Fanning, Owen Wright, Stephanie Gilmore, Tyler Wright and Gabriel Medina converge on the world class wave to battle it out for the massive prize purse and valuable world title ratings points.

Bowlzilla Gold Coast

Elanora, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
17 March 2018
Bowlzilla Gold Coast is getting everyone together for the largest gathering by skaters for skaters in Australia fora third awesome year. Bowlzilla Gold Coast grows each year building a platform for the future of Australian skating, keeping it fun and owned by skaters.

Bleach* Festival

Currumbin, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
29 March – 15 April 2018
Bleach* Festival illuminates, reflects, beams, focuses and most importantly connects art, with community...go with them and challenge the conventional as they strive to change perceptions. As the signature annual multi-arts festival of the Gold Coast, they shine a light on their unique creativity and culture by presenting the city in a new way, to new audiences, both locally and internationally as they build towards the 2018 Commonwealth Games and beyond.

Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Beach Volleyball

Coolangatta, Gold Coast Area
From AU$15 - 70
6 – 12 April 2018
Sweat glistens and drips off the bodies of each player. Soft golden sand squeaks under their feet as they take off. A ball is spiked over the net with ferocity and accuracy. A physically and technically demanding sport, Beach Volleyball will make its Commonwealth Games debut on the Gold Coast.

Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Road Cycling

Currumbin, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
10 April 2018
The beauty of a Gold Coast backdrop with the beast of a challenging road course. That is what awaits many of the world’s best road cyclists as they ride for gold in both the Road Race and Individual Time Trial.

Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Diving

Coolangatta, Gold Coast Area
From AU$20 - 100
11 – 14 April 2018
With a calm focus and poise, the diver concentrates. With a quiet anticipation and glare, the crowd awaits. Then take off. Balance, speed, grace, flexibility and precision are all packaged into seconds.

Cooly Classic Ocean Swim - World Series Swims 2018

Coolangatta, Gold Coast Area
From AU$20 - 55
13 May 2018
Join swimmers from all over Australia for the Gold Coast’s premier ocean swim. The Cooly Classic offers competitors a rare opportunity to conquer three of Australia’s most revered surf breaks – Snapper Rocks, Coolangatta and Kirra.
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