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Posted by Sas Lyon QT loves all things that inject culture into our day, so the Somerset Celebration of Literature Festival offers a wonderful opportunity to immerse ourselves in the written word for a weekend! The Somerset Celebration of Literature Festival is the writers’ festival for the Gold Coast and noted as Australia’s premier youth […]
Posted by Sas Lyon Stay at QT Gold Coast to have the perfect vantage point from your Ocean View room for this exciting race! Staged over three days from Friday 6 to Sunday 8 March 2015, the Gold Coast’s Southport Yacht Club will be host to the Annual Sail Paradise Series, expecting to attract more […]
Posted by Sas Lyon Discover the Gold Coast’s largest annual arts and culture festival. Bleach* Festival offers over 50 events for all ages, held between 6 – 22 March 2015. Head to the beach and take to the street for Bleach* Festival and expect the unexpected, prepare to be amazed and keep a lookout for […]
By Benjamen Judd Buy Tickets Music festival season continues this summer with one the biggest events yet – Future Music Festival – bringing some of the biggest names in music to Doomben Racecourse on Saturday March 7. Known for bringing a broad range of artists across a variety of genres to the one place, Future Music […]
By Benjamen Judd Buy Tickets One of music’s most fascinating and haunting performers, Rufus Wainwright, is coming to Australia. With only a small number of shows confirmed, we think it’s totally worth the short drive to Brisbane where Wainwright will be performing on at The Tivoli for one night only on March 12. Technically coming […]
By Benjamen Judd Buy Tickets Everyone’s favourite Scotsman, Billy Connolly, is on the road again with his latest show, High Horse Tour. During the Australian leg he will be performing at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre on March 2. Honing his craft since the late 70s when he was working with various theatre […]
By Benjamen Judd Visit Website While surfing is a pretty big thing here on the Gold Coast at any time of the year, our fair city is practically heaving with surf-related events right now, such as the brand new surf event, Saltfest Surf Festival, taking place at Coolangatta on March 1. For their inaugural year, […]
QT Gold Coast have partnered with the exhibition to bring you an awesome package so you can gather your friends and unleash your inner Supa Hero in preparation for the Supa Nova Pop Culture Expo at the Gold Coast Convention Centre, 17 – 19 April.
By Benjamen Judd Visit Website Surfing has become as iconic a feature of the Gold Coast lifestyle as, well, having breakfast with us at Bazaar. The latest exhibition at the Arts Centre Gold Coast, Cut Back, captures the raw elemental beauty of the sport. Showing at the Arts Centre Gold Coast until March 22, Cat […]
QT Gold Coast has partnered with the Gold Coast Film Festival to bring you this bespoke package aimed at satisfying Australia’s most discerning film buffs.
Looking for that unique activity or offsite dinner venue to wow your crowd at your next meeting or event? We’ve got the locals tip for your next event on the Gold Coast or Port Douglas! Gold Coast Hidden Gems The Arts Centre Gold Coast – Located just 5 minutes from QT Gold Coast, imagine your […]
Posted by Sas Lyon The Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award is one of the most important annual surveys of contemporary Australian photographic practice. Established photographers are showcased alongside emerging, resulting in a stunning reflection of contemporary practice that examines diverse themes and approaches. This highly anticipated award, with a total $30,000 in prizes […]
Posted by Sas Lyon To coincide with 100th Year commemorations of the ANZAC landing in Gallipoli, Australian Creative Exchange has organised this exhibition, War and Peace, which instigates a dialogue between artists from Turkey, New Zealand and Australia. On Remembrance Day in 1993, the then Australian Prime Minister, the Hon. P.J. Keating MP, delivered a […]
Posted by Sas Lyon During the 1950s and ’60s, films such as Gidget (1959), Blue Hawaii (1961) and The Endless Summer (1964) popularised surf culture, as did surf bands such as The Bel Airs, The Beach Boys, Dick Dale & The Del Tones and Jan & Dean. In doing so, stereotypes emerged, some of which […]
Posted by Sas Lyon Surface/Control explores the desire to control and master natural forces, in particular the potential of the wave as an energy source to be harnessed by the human body. The wave is more than just water, it is a mythical zone of curling, tunnelling walls; an ephemeral space built of natural wonder, […]