As a much-loved local institution, Earth n Sea has recently been through the biggest evolution in the restaurant’s 23-year history. With expanded all-day dining and swish new digs under the recent $80M Sanbano development, owners Fergus and Victoria Sillar have transformed the restaurant while remaining true to the original Earth n Sea philosophy. ..
The joint State Government and City of Gold Coast ‘Be My Guest’ initiative will commence on the Southern Gold Coast next month, with three dates confirmed in July. ..
Buskers by the Creek organisers are calling for talented local musicians and performers to join the entertainment line up at this year's festival. ..
Currumbin’s new brewery, Balter, has got everyone talking – and not just because of its high profile co-founders, champion local surfers Mick Fanning, Joel Parkinson, Bede Durbidge and Josh Kerr. The combination of good beer, good branding, good people and a good place to meet has made the long-awaited opening of this Southern Gold Coast destination all the more worth it. ..
ANZAC Day 2016 was again an important day on the Southern Gold Coast calendar, with Currumbin RSL’s commemorative efforts creating a strong sense of remembrance for our local community and beyond. ..
Queensland Week is an annual celebration of the state’s culture, heritage, people and industry and this year will be held from 4 – 12 June. The week-long celebration centres around the state’s birthday on 6 June and acknowledges the ‘birth’ of Queensland as a separate colony in its own right. ..
Currumbin’s first craft brewery, Balter, is set to open its doors to the public this weekend on Saturday and Sunday. Beer loving locals and visitors from interstate have been yearning to see the doors open to this much-anticipated establishment for several months, with the final touches now complete. ..
Meet Borobi - the official mascot of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. The unveiling of the mascot marks two years to go to the upcoming games in 2018, which will not only be Australia’s largest sporting event this decade but the largest event the Gold Coast has ever hosted. ..
Currumbin's much-anticipated Balter Brewery is set to open its doors to the public in mid-April. Founded by local world champion surfers Mick Fanning, Joel Parkinson, Bede Durbidge and Josh Kerr, the brewery will no doubt be a hit with locals and visitors to the Southern Gold Coast region, keen to sample some of the craft brews from the new state-of-the-art facility in Traders Way. ..
Gold Coast locals are being invited to join a nationwide photography competition to showcase why our city is one of the best places in the world to live. ..
Currumbin’s newest high profile craft brewery, Balter Brewery, will open its doors next month. Founded by local World Champion surfers Joel Parkinson and Mick Fanning along with surfers Josh Kerr and Bede Durbidge, the brewery is finally set to start pouring to the public in April, after 12 months in the making. ..
Ocean Road Magazine Photographer and Publisher, Brian Usher, has again been out and about photographing our local business owners across the region. Enjoy our first edition of My Office for 2016
In consultation with City of Gold Coast Cultural Development, TAFE Queensland are introducing a Diploma of Project Management which will focus on developing our city's Arts and Culture focus. ..
The Kirra Hill Community Centre in Garrick Street, Coolangatta, is seeking local artists to exhibit their work at the Centre's free Art Gallery space. ..
Tugun’s former Cafe Loren in Toolona Street has changed ownership and is now Café O’Hana. New owners Peter and Daniela Puhlmann opened the doors in November with little delay. Serving Cleanskin coffee and tasty dishes created with gourmet flair, Café O’Hana is open 7 days for Breakfast and Lunch. ..
Connecting Southern Gold Coast has launched a YouTube channel, creating a visual storyboard to promote our beautiful region. ..
Buskers by the Creek 2015 was another great success, held on 17 and 18 October at Winders Park, Currumbin. Thousands turned out to be entertained by the unique mix of bands, solo artists, street performers, acrobats, yoga classes, skydivers, fire twirling and more – all happening across the free two-day event.