Top 5 things to do on the Gold Coast this long weekend

FOR most of us this weekend is a long one, with a public holiday on Friday.

If you’re not sure what to get up to, this our pick of the top 5 things to do this long weekend!

[signoff icon=”icon-pin”]1. Gold Coast Show
It’s the reason we all have a public holiday on Friday, so why not head along to the Gold Coast Show and have some fun!  This year, the show is being held at the Gold Coast Turf Club. There are a whole lot of new attractions and entertainment on offer to suit all ages and on Sunday the turf club will also be putting on a special race day!  For the full details on everything happening, visit goldcoastshow.com.au[/signoff]


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[signoff icon=”icon-pin”]2. Cheer on the Gold Coast Suns
This Sunday the Suns will play their last home game of the season at Metricon Stadium. Cheer on the boys when the take on the West Coast Eagles and enjoy lots of live entertainment on the day. Gates open at 11am. For more details visit goldcoastfc.com.au[/signoff]

[signoff icon=”icon-pin”]3. Hit the surf
The Gold Coast has been experiencing the best surf in months this week so if you haven’t had a chance to get out there due to work commitments, grab a board, a wettie and get out there and make the most of it. [/signoff]

[signoff icon=”icon-pin”]4. Day Trip to Mt Tamborine
Load up the car and head up the mountain with the family for a picnic and a bit of exploring. Park up the car at one of the many vantage points and have a picnic overlooking the Gold Coast. Then drive into town and check out some of the kooky shops and treat yourself to bit of fudge and cheese.[/signoff]

[signoff icon=”icon-pin”]5. Whale Watching
The whales have been heading back down south for quite a few weeks, so if you haven’t yet spotted them, this weekend is one of the last opportunities you will get to see these glorious creatures. If you can’t afford to book a boat trip, grab a pair of binoculars and head to one of the many vantage points along the Coast. Our favourite whale watching spots are Point Danger, Kirra Hill and Burleigh Headland.[/signoff]

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