Be Intrigued at the 15th Swell Sculpture Festival
Head to Currumbin Beach within walking distance from our Pacific Place Gold Coast holiday accommodation and discover the magic of the Swell Sculpture Festival this September! Witness the picturesque Currumbin beachfront transform into something completely different as over 50 surreal sculptures by local and international artists appear on the sandy coast. This unmissable opportunity to see thought-provoking and inspiring art on the beach comes to Currumbin for 10 days from September 8 to September 17. This year the Swell Sculpture Festival celebrates its 15th event, and the festivities are set to go. There’s going to be live music, yoga sessions, performance art, as well as mouthwatering cuisine to try on the beach. Did we mention, the Swell Sculpture Festival is free!
Everyone is welcome to visit the intriguing sculptures of the Swell Sculpture Festival on Currumbin Beach, and the display will be available at all hours! This fantastic celebration of art and free expression will be both thought-provoking and impressive, and it’s a great opportunity to see the beautiful Currumbin Beach decorated and transformed by the unique sculptures, both big and small. For something unique and interesting, the Swell Sculpture Festival 2017 on Currumbin Beach is well worth your time this September!
Our family-friendly resort on Bilinga Beach puts you within minutes from the Swell Sculpture Festival this September. Enjoy the perfect family holiday with our spacious two and three bedroom accommodation, self contained and comfortable for up to 7 guests. Our apartments come completely furnished with spacious living and dining areas, modern kitchens, Queen-sized beds, internet access, and private balconies. Take time out at our heated swimming pool and spa set in relaxing tropical gardens, and enjoy eating fresh alfresco barbecue without having to leave our resort.
Enjoy the Swell Sculpture Festival at Pacific Place this September. Book your accommodation now at https://pacificplace.etourism.net.au
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