Gold Coast vet Dr Geoff Wilson is no stranger to feats of endurance.
He has crossed the Antarctic with a boobsled, kite surfed from Cape York to Papua New Guinea, and most recently, trekked across Greenland with his son-in-law Simon Goodman.
The pair skied and kited 2160km from the south of Greenland to the north in May last year, completing the trek in just 18 days and setting a world record.
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They battled freezing conditions of minus 25 degrees celcius and the constant threat of polar bears, all while dragging a 150kg sled behind them.
The epic trek was captured on film, and on Monday 19 March at 6:30pm, the documentary Arctic Quest will premiere at Events Cinema Robina.
All Gold Coasters are invited to come along to watch the success of the record-breaking journey unfold on the big screen, plus Geoff Wilson & Simon Goodburn will also host a special Q&A after the screening.
Tickets start at $20 and include an arrival drink with all proceeds to be donated to The McGrath Foundation. There will also be fantastic raffle prizes on offer.
For more information, and to buy tickets, visit: eventbrite.com.au