Coolangatta self contained holiday apartments don’t get much better than Rainbow Place. When you’re next here for a shot of Aussie culture, this is the place to stay. You don’t really need an excuse to come and stay in Rainbow Bay, but throughout the year there are plenty of reasons to come anyway. Take the Bleach Festival for instance; it is one of the Gold Coast’s annual headline cultural festivals that takes place every April, celebrating the Gold Coast with a huge variety of works including dance, opera, theatre, contemporary music, installation art, circus, street performances and major public events.
Nearby on Currumbin Beach, the annual SWELL Sculpture Festival is held in September. The SWELL Sculpture Festival is an inspiring event that previously has captured the hearts and minds with awe-inspiring sculptures by local, national and international artists. Forthcoming SWELL Sculpture Festivals will be no different. Other experiences include; guided twilight walks and artist talks; artist led workshops; sculpture yoga; delectable food on The Green and SWELL Sounds live music.
Active types with an interest in cycling will want to watch or participate in the Kirra Criterium Classic & Tour de Valley on the Southern Gold Coast. This Tour de Valley weekend of cycling takes place on the roads of the southern Gold Coast every October. There’s also the Coolangatta Gold: it is one of the most challenging endurance races in surf sports and is a major highlight in Australia’s annual sports calendar. This 41.8 kilometre long gruelling test of endurance (there is also the 21 kilometre short course) is an event that includes skiing, swimming, boarding and running.
And then there’s Cooly Rocks On. This is THE annual festival that takes place in June with the ultimate party celebrating all things 50s and 60s: good old fashioned fun with classic cars, music, dancing, cards, nostalgia and fashion.
Come and find out why Rainbow Place Coolangatta holiday apartments is one of the best holiday destinations on the Southern Gold Coast.