Craft beer and the Melbourne Cup, what’s not to love? We have some great events across the Gold Coast that we think you should check out for the month of November.
Melbourne Cup Day Tuesday 7th November
It’s the day that stops the Nation, but you don’t need to be in Melbourne to experience the fun of a day at the races, with most pubs and clubs on the Gold Coast showing all the action live and on the big screens get together with your mates, girlfriends or co-workers to enjoy the afternoon at your favourite local or book in to one of the hot events happening that are well worth the cover charge
Gold Coast Turf Club
With the best of both, you get live racing and view races on the big screen at the Gold Coast Turf Club
Q1’s SkyPoint Observation Deck
Take in the views of the Gold Coast and the race on the screens at Q1’s SkyPoint Observation Deck, your package include a 3 course meal, drinks and sweeps, with prizes for best dressed
Sharks Events Centre
If you book for the action at Sharks Events Centre you’ll receive a glass of bubbly on arrival, a 3 course meal and a fashion parade. There will be prizes and sweeps available with a best dressed competition.
Check out Craft Beer and Cider
Craft beer is emerging as a popular beverage of choice, with both local and international blends being enjoyed right across this beautiful region, we’ve named a few places not to miss.
Crafted is a craft beer festival starting here on the Gold Coast this November. Showcasing some amazing local brewers, it’s a great way to sample some of the beers and ciders in this festival atmosphere.
1:30 – 8:30pm
Pratten Park, Broadbeach
Burleigh Brewing Co
Burleigh Brewing Co was the dream of a Hawaiian surfer and his Gold Coast girlfriend. With an internationally trained master of brew, experience one of Queensland’s premium brewery’s.
Want to stay close to the beach, then check out the Sand Bar at Surfers Paradise. Not only have they been open and located in the same place for close to 20 years, they have one of the largest ranges of craft beers on the Gold Coast. So if you can’t find a great craft beer here, you may just have to drink wine!