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Village Green
Beer Garden

Looking for something fun to do over the Games? Celebrate with us at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary from the 4-15 April.

The Village deck will be open from 10am daily and be transformed into the best beer garden on the Coast. Watch the events, cheer on your favourite sporting stars and relax on the lawn. Best part is its free!

With delicious food, Burleigh Brewing beers on tap, live entertainment, and a cool Kids zone with appearances by Blinky Bill & our aussie wildlife – where else would you rather be?!

The Sanctuary Markets will operate as normal every Friday night as well as throughout the day on Saturday 14 April from 6am till late.

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Entertainment Lineup

April 13 - 5pm -9pm Bruce Whalan and son Mikky
April 14 - 10.30am -2.30pm Bruce Whalan and son Mikky
April 15 - 4pm - 7pm Nick Cunningham


Travel & Parking Information

Be part of the beachfront fun for the FREE Race Walk and Road Cycling events. Remember that the Sanctuary is open every day 8am-5pm throughout the Games, as well as the free Sanctuary Beer Garden.

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary will operate under changed traffic conditions for the Walking & Cycling events. On the following days, the Sanctuary car park will be CLOSED – Tuesday 10 April & Saturday 14 April.

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Buy Your Official Merchandise

Celebrate The Games in style and buy your official Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Merchandise from our Natures' Gift Store.

We have everything from Borobi plush through to clothing and beach towels.

As part of the Community Mascot Program for every Borobi plush sold you are helping the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital continue its vital work with Koalas.

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