The Raid 100 and The Drop Festival

Posted in Local Area & Events @ Feb 20th 2019 7:41pm - By Administrator
The Drop Festival 2019 Photo From FBPage

Catch these exciting Gold Coast events happening near our accommodation.

The Raid 100

Imagine a 100 hour race. The Raid 100 is a first for Australia. An epic, expedition adventure race that tests the limits of endurance. Celebrating ten years, the Raid Adventures creates a bigger and better competition this 2019.

The course lets you finish a continuing journey that teams can adequately achieve in 100 hours. The fastest teams can compete and bid for the top prize.

The race takes you through breathtaking rivers and woods. See the gorgeous scenery and push yourself to limits you didn't think you could overcome. This is an adventure race for people of all fitness levels even beginners.

The Raid 100 will take place in 525 Gold Coast Hwy, Palm Beach. The Raid 100 will be from April 22 - 28. Sign up for The Raid 100 and have the adventure of a lifetime.

The Drop Festival

Catch The Drop Festival which will take place in Coolangatta. The Drop Festival will be on April 6. The Drop takes place is a local and environmentally friendly event. It promotes art, fun, good food and community spirit.

People of all ages can enjoy The Drop Festival 2019. The line-up for this year includes artists such as Angus and Julia Stone, Hockey Dad, The Jungle Giants, Client Liaison and Alex The Astronaut.

Head over to Coolangatta and enjoy music from your favourite artists. Rock out and dance for hours. Have a blast and enjoy the laidback vibe.

The Drop Festival will be at Marine Drive, Coolangatta on April 6.

Our Southport Accommodation has one bedroom and two bedroom apartments that are entirely furnished and equipped with a kitchen, laundry facilities, entertainment facilities and more. Free WiFi makes it convenient for you to keep in touch with your loved ones.

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