Bowlzilla Gold Coast

Elanora, Gold Coast Area

17 March 2018 - 

Free Entry

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. Creating opportunities for local skaters to celebrate all that makes skateboarding great with art, music and the competitions is the goal.

It is a unique skateboard festival on the Gold Coast to celebrate the end of summer. It brings the world to the Gold Coast and takes the Gold Coast to the world through music, celebrating and skating. It is part of the International Skateboarder’s Union bowl world skating series and the Australian Skateboarding Federation national bowl skating series. A showcase of the most dynamic and fastest growing discipline in skating; park and bowl.

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
17 March 2018

Event Venues


Elanora Skatepark
Address:
K P McGrath Drive
Elanora
Queensland, Australia 4221

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
K P McGrath Drive
Elanora,
Queensland
Australia

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