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Treasure seekers will be spoilt with tables filled with nothing over $20 as you find bargains galore.
The Gold Coast's biggest celebration of Aboriginal bush foods, stories, music, language, art and culture.
Our members look forward to welcoming visitors for tours of the garden to celebrate Green Week.
This event is organised by the Gold Coast and Hinterland Environmental Council (Gecko) in conjunction with the City of Gold Coast and since this is our fourth year running strong, we are expecting a huge turn up.
The tours include a walk through of one of the many ecologically-inspired homes in the village, as well as community facilities, landscaping, gardens and wildlife.
Gold Coast residents are invited to attend a unique and compelling photographic exhibition illustrated by six women who are survivors of domestic and family violence.
10:20 AM - Wednesday, 27 May 2015
Monster Machinery Day, the city’s favourite event for kids and the young at heart, is on again - this year with a slimy new addition.
9:00 AM - Monday, 25 May 2015
Six City of Gold Coast Tourist Parks have received Certificates of Excellence by leading travel website, TripAdvisor.
3:30 PM - Friday, 22 May 2015
Zuzana Harmaniakova of Miami State High School was officially sworn in today as the 2015 City of Gold Coast Junior Council Mayor.
12:50 PM - Friday, 22 May 2015
The Surfers Paradise riverside upgrade has reached a significant milestone with a new pontoon for commercial operators floated into place today.
3:30 PM - Thursday, 21 May 2015
The Gold Coast’s most popular community directory has gone online.
8:10 AM - Thursday, 21 May 2015
City of Gold Coast and the Griffith Centre for Coastal Management are calling on residents, students and schools to lend a caring hand as part of the June BeachCare program.