Be part of a running craze that is truly one of a kind. Sea World offers running enthusiasts an exciting day for the whole family. Zoo Run is a recreational activity that seeks to promote awareness on wildlife conservation. The fun starts in the morning of August 14th, 2016, so if you and your family have any plans on joining the craze, be sure to go to Sea World at 6 AM.
Let the breathtaking view of nature guide you throughout your fun run or walk. There’s the five (5) kilometre and two (2) kilometre fun run (or walk), to suit your running ability. So while you are at it, secure your tickets as early as today. Each ticket includes free admission to Sea World for an entire day. Ticket prices range from $25 for adults and $20 for kids. By joining, you also help raise funds to be donated to the Sea World Research and Rescue Foundation.
Now for a tranquil second home for the exciting weekend, you and your family can check out Surfers Tropique. Our luxurious yet affordable units let you be a heartbeat away from all the fun. Get cosy and comfortable within any of our Holiday Apartments in Broadbeach, complimented by lifestyle-inspired facilities that enable you to enjoy 24/7 WiFi access, secure your car within our parking area, barbecue your afternoons away at our roomy barbecue and entertainment area, and energise by taking a cool dip in our outdoor swimming pool. Plus, you may approach our tour desk staff to get some expert travel advice on the best attractions on our wide selection of tours available.
Zoo Run is simply one Gold Coast’s awesome events you and your family can look forward to, that’s why you might as well make the most out of your stay. Get your way around the towering cityscapes, world-class attractions, scenic natural wonders, and fun Gold Coast cocktail parties to spice up your itinerary.
Create amazing memories with the people who mean the world to you. Spend your weekend at Surfers Tropique. Visit http://surferstropique.etourism.net.au to check out our wide selection of accommodation deals.
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