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Sports Super Centre

Runaway Bay, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$99 to AU$115

The Sports Super Centre was built at Runaway Bay as a training base for international athletes competing in the 2000 Sydney Olympics. The centre's facilities are now used by the local community, holidaymakers, and travelling teams and groups from all over the world.

The centre offers comfortable, modern, three-star group accommodation. There are nine lodges with twin or quad rooms available to book individually, or as multiples for larger groups. One lodge can sleep up to 36 people, and altogether can accommodate groups of up to 288.

Lodges have 10 bedrooms in twin, quad and wheelchair access configurations. Each lodge has: coach / teacher / manager ensuite rooms; common room with cable television and DVD; kitchenette for basic food preparation; and laundry with washer and dryer. The centre offers full dining and catering facilities; three-tier buffet menus, and function and event packages for 10-500 people.

The centre is in a great location for visiting theme parks, beaches and Surfers Paradise; fishing, boating and water activities on the Broadwater; and outlet shopping at Harbour Town. Use their open-air gym, indoor/outdoor pools, track and fields, or join group exercise classes and activities (charges may apply).

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Communal Lounge
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Public Telephone
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Sports Drive
Corner Morala Avenue
Runaway Bay, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

The Centre aims at providing each group with a uniquely satisfying experience, while still being able to deliver very cost effective accommodation and facilities.

The centre is in a great location for visiting theme parks, beaches and Surfers Paradise; fishing, boating and water activities on the Broadwater; and outlet shopping at Harbour Town. Use their open-air gym, indoor/outdoor pools, track and fields, or join group exercise classes and activities (charges may apply).

The Centre aims at providing each group with a uniquely satisfying experience, while still being able to deliver very cost effective accommodation and facilities.

The centre is in a great location for visiting theme parks, beaches and Surfers Paradise; fishing, boating and water activities on the Broadwater; and outlet shopping at Harbour Town. Use their open-air gym, indoor/outdoor pools, track and fields, or join group exercise classes and activities (charges may apply).

The Centre aims at providing each group with a uniquely satisfying experience, while still being able to deliver very cost effective accommodation and facilities.

The centre is in a great location for visiting theme parks, beaches and Surfers Paradise; fishing, boating and water activities on the Broadwater; and outlet shopping at Harbour Town. Use their open-air gym, indoor/outdoor pools, track and fields, or join group exercise classes and activities (charges may apply).

The Centre aims at providing each group with a uniquely satisfying experience, while still being able to deliver very cost effective accommodation and facilities.

The centre is in a great location for visiting theme parks, beaches and Surfers Paradise; fishing, boating and water activities on the Broadwater; and outlet shopping at Harbour Town. Use their open-air gym, indoor/outdoor pools, track and fields, or join group exercise classes and activities (charges may apply).

The Centre aims at providing each group with a uniquely satisfying experience, while still being able to deliver very cost effective accommodation and facilities.

The centre is in a great location for visiting theme parks, beaches and Surfers Paradise; fishing, boating and water activities on the Broadwater; and outlet shopping at Harbour Town. Use their open-air gym, indoor/outdoor pools, track and fields, or join group exercise classes and activities (charges may apply).

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