Hear the Jazz of Galapagos Duck!
Jazz up your Saturday evening with the forthcoming Jazz of Galapagos Duck this October 21st (7:30 p.m.) at Paradise Showroom (135 Bundall Road, Surfers Paradise). Presented to you by Gold Coast Jazz and Blues, this popular band that began in the late ‘60s and have cemented their reputation as a well known Australian jazz band as far back as the ‘70s when they played as a house band at ‘The Basement’ near Circular Quay. Ticket prices range from AUD 25 to 30. You may check out https://theartscentregc.com.au/events/galapagos-duck for further details concerning this musical event.
Meanwhile, book a place for you and your music buddies at Santa Anne By the Sea this October. Santa Anne By the Sea, which is conveniently nestled at 15 Anne Avenue Broadbeach, Gold Coast, is the go-to holiday accommodation provider among many of our tourist friends. Have everything you require out of a home just within your reach. With affordable Broadbeach casino accommodation options, you can make your travel goals happen.
You and your buddies will not only get help yourselves to elegantly designed, WiFi enabled and completely furnished apartments that feature beautiful views, you also get unlimited access to the resort’s beautiful facilities. Jump right ahead on the fun by taking your sweet time lounging at our heated swimming pool, or revive your muscles by treating yourselves to an invigorating session at our spa. There is also an Internet kiosk at our reception, should you need online services outside the comfort of your own room. There is also a spacious barbecue area should you decide to achieve staycation goals with a classy barbecue dinner, and a secure parking space for your car. On top of these, Santa Anne By the Sea also has a very efficient online booking service that allows you to reserve and book your preferred holiday unit.
Simply browse http://santaanne.etourism.net.au to explore our list of available holiday apartments, and we at Santa Anne By the Sea hope to see you and your music mates soon.
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