There’s more fun in the sand at the 2017 Sand Safari Arts Festival! Sand Safari is an arts festival that put sand in the spotlight of Surfers Paradise. It’s a sand and sea inspired festival happening on 10-26 February 2017.
Want to see the best sand sculptors in the country display their works? Head on over to the Australian Sand Sculpting Championships! It’s a competition that will make you appreciate the country’s most talented sand sculptors as they carve out life-sized masterpieces. This year’s theme is “Mermaids and Mythical Creatures.” The competition will happen on 10-12 February 2017.
You have an important part to play in determining who the winner is because your vote matters! Each life-sized masterpiece will be carved from 10 tonnes of sand and will remain on display until 26th February.
The whole festival will be based in Surfers Paradise. To kick off the festival, there will be a Sand Trail – a series of more than 20 works of pop-up art in different locations such as hotel lobbies, libraries and shopping centres from Tweed Heads to Loganholme.
Be amazed by UK’s renowned “inflatablist,” Luke Egan (also known as Filthy Luker) as he returns to exhibit his clever inflatable art in Surfers Paradise.
There will also be a series of sand and sea inspired art that will feature murals, photography and pop-up galleries. There will also be sand art activities and workshops throughout the festival.
Sand Safari 2017 aims to make you rediscover the beauty of Surfers Paradise in the simplest thing: sand. But it’s a bigger and better Sand Safari this year so you’re very welcome to go to as many events as possible!
For Surfers Paradise Holiday Accommodation, Surfers Tropique’s doors are open to welcome you to our Holiday Apartments in Broadbeach. It is ideally located between Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach so you will be close to as many key and iconic attractions as possible.
For a wonderful shopping and dining experience, Surfers Tropique is close to Pacific Fair, Australia Fair, Harbour Town, Cavill Avenue and the famous Surfers Paradise Beachfront markets.
Surfers Tropique is only 200 metres away from the beach so you can soak up in the sun as much as you want!
For booking information, please visit http://surferstropique.etourism.net.au/
Image Source : Sand Sculpting Australia