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  • 14/09/2022

    Gymnastics National Clubs Carnival

    The National Clubs Carnival returns to the Gold Coast. This festival of gymnastics brings together more than 4,500 participants, officials and support staff, plus spectators, from across Australia.

  • 15/09/2022

    Gymnastics National Clubs Carnival

    The National Clubs Carnival returns to the Gold Coast. This festival of gymnastics brings together more than 4,500 participants, officials and support staff, plus spectators, from across Australia.

  • 16/09/2022

    Gymnastics National Clubs Carnival

    The National Clubs Carnival returns to the Gold Coast. This festival of gymnastics brings together more than 4,500 participants, officials and support staff, plus spectators, from across Australia.

  • 17/09/2022

    Gymnastics National Clubs Carnival

    The National Clubs Carnival returns to the Gold Coast. This festival of gymnastics brings together more than 4,500 participants, officials and support staff, plus spectators, from across Australia.

  • 18/09/2022

    Gymnastics National Clubs Carnival

    The National Clubs Carnival returns to the Gold Coast. This festival of gymnastics brings together more than 4,500 participants, officials and support staff, plus spectators, from across Australia.

  • 19/09/2022

    Gymnastics National Clubs Carnival

    The National Clubs Carnival returns to the Gold Coast. This festival of gymnastics brings together more than 4,500 participants, officials and support staff, plus spectators, from across Australia.

  • 20/09/2022

    Gymnastics National Clubs Carnival

    The National Clubs Carnival returns to the Gold Coast. This festival of gymnastics brings together more than 4,500 participants, officials and support staff, plus spectators, from across Australia.

  • 21/09/2022

    Gymnastics National Clubs Carnival

    The National Clubs Carnival returns to the Gold Coast. This festival of gymnastics brings together more than 4,500 participants, officials and support staff, plus spectators, from across Australia.

  • 22/09/2022

    Premier Invitational 2022

    The Premier Invitational is Australia's fastest-growing football (soccer tournament). Teams from all over Australia come to the Gold Coast for a football festival. The unique way the tournament is delivered sees all teams compete in the same number of games. Games are placed in blocks so visiting teams can play competitive games and then set aside to explore the Gold Coast. Games are played over three days. The tournament was set up in 2012 and attracts over 220 teams. Teams have previously travelled from the USA and New Zealand to compete. The tournament is open to both boys and girls from U8 to U16's.

  • 22/09/2022

    Gymnastics National Clubs Carnival

    The National Clubs Carnival returns to the Gold Coast. This festival of gymnastics brings together more than 4,500 participants, officials and support staff, plus spectators, from across Australia.

  • 23/09/2022

    Gymnastics National Clubs Carnival

    The National Clubs Carnival returns to the Gold Coast. This festival of gymnastics brings together more than 4,500 participants, officials and support staff, plus spectators, from across Australia.

  • 23/09/2022

    Premier Invitational 2022

    The Premier Invitational is Australia's fastest-growing football (soccer tournament). Teams from all over Australia come to the Gold Coast for a football festival. The unique way the tournament is delivered sees all teams compete in the same number of games. Games are placed in blocks so visiting teams can play competitive games and then set aside to explore the Gold Coast. Games are played over three days. The tournament was set up in 2012 and attracts over 220 teams. Teams have previously travelled from the USA and New Zealand to compete. The tournament is open to both boys and girls from U8 to U16's.

  • 24/09/2022

    Premier Invitational 2022

    The Premier Invitational is Australia's fastest-growing football (soccer tournament). Teams from all over Australia come to the Gold Coast for a football festival. The unique way the tournament is delivered sees all teams compete in the same number of games. Games are placed in blocks so visiting teams can play competitive games and then set aside to explore the Gold Coast. Games are played over three days. The tournament was set up in 2012 and attracts over 220 teams. Teams have previously travelled from the USA and New Zealand to compete. The tournament is open to both boys and girls from U8 to U16's.

  • 24/09/2022

    Gymnastics National Clubs Carnival

    The National Clubs Carnival returns to the Gold Coast. This festival of gymnastics brings together more than 4,500 participants, officials and support staff, plus spectators, from across Australia.

  • 25/09/2022

    Gymnastics National Clubs Carnival

    The National Clubs Carnival returns to the Gold Coast. This festival of gymnastics brings together more than 4,500 participants, officials and support staff, plus spectators, from across Australia.

  • 25/09/2022

    Premier Invitational 2022

    The Premier Invitational is Australia's fastest-growing football (soccer tournament). Teams from all over Australia come to the Gold Coast for a football festival. The unique way the tournament is delivered sees all teams compete in the same number of games. Games are placed in blocks so visiting teams can play competitive games and then set aside to explore the Gold Coast. Games are played over three days. The tournament was set up in 2012 and attracts over 220 teams. Teams have previously travelled from the USA and New Zealand to compete. The tournament is open to both boys and girls from U8 to U16's.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

Destination Gold Coast acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. 
 
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout Southeast Queensland.