Things to see and do on the Gold Coast

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Australian Open ambassadors Lynsey Clarke and Mark Casey are giving traveling participants the inside word on what to see and do while in the region with a new series of videos. With the $225,000 Australian Open rolling out on its new Gold Coast home in just over a month, event ambassadors Lynsey Clarke and Mark Casey have fronted a new series of videos to give travelling participants the inside word on what to see and do while in the region.

The Australian Jackaroos duo are proud Gold Coast locals, both based out of powerhouse bowls factory Club Helensvale, and are well placed to provide competitors with a rundown of some the most interesting things to see and do in the nation’s premier travel destination while not on the greens.

The video series, which can be viewed below or on australianopen.bowlsaustralia.com.au, features eight video clips to begin with, showcasing family friendly activities, accommodation deals, Sea World, Wet ’n’ Wild, Warner Bros. Movie World, beaches, and Gold Coast based AFL and NRL matches.

There will be three opportunities to catch home-games for the Gold Coast Suns and Gold Coast Titans during the staging of the Australian Open; with the Suns lining up at Carrara Stadium on the first day of the $225,000 ‘world’s biggest bowls festival’ on June 13 against Fremantle Dockers, while the Titans take on the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs on June 14 and New Zealand Warriors on June 20, both at Robina Stadium.

The Gold Coast Suns are providing extra incentive for bowlers to watch them live, with an exclusive 50% off ticket offer for ‘Gold B Reserve Seating’ available to all Australian Open competitors, discounting entry from $51 to $25.

Click here to view the Gold Coast Suns’ ticket offer, and to take up this offer, simply click this link and enter the code BOWLS in the ‘enter offer code/password’ field on the top left hand side of the Ticketmaster page.

In addition to the video series, the Gold Coast Tourism Corporation have put together a 15 page publication outlining 100 things to see and do on the Gold Coast, segregated into easy to follow categories; breach and waterways, nature, entertainment, theme parks and attractions, shopping and markets, food and beverage, animals, arts and culture, action and adventure, sports, family fun, and rest and relaxation.

Click here to view the 100 things to see and do on the Gold Coast digital brochure.