4211 Community Events


What's Happening in the 4211 and Surrounding Areas

4211 Community Calendar

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Disney Classics Film Festival

Cineplex Nerang
Earle Plaze, Cnr Price & White Streets, Nerang
August 4th to August 26th

August is the time for you to embrace your inner child (or bring your actual children) for the rare chance to see 4 Disney classic movies on the BIG screen at Cineplex Nerang. 
At $4.50 each for ALL tickets, it's an experience that's not going to break the bank!

4/5 August 101 Dalmatians
11/12 August Bambi
18/19 August Dumbo
25/26 August The Lion King

National Science Week

August 11 - August 19
Various libraries across the Gold Coast

This year National Science Week is celebrated from 11 to 19 August. City Libraries are holding a Science Spectacular event, a week long celebration of science across our libraries. Meet scientists, do science and explore new technologies, with an action packed program with hands-on workshops and events for the whole family!

Emmanuel College Fete

Saturday 18 August from 11.00am and ending with fireworks in the evening.
Birmingham Road, Carrara


Come along to the Emmanuel College Fete for a full day of fun with rides, entertainment, market stalls, yabbie races, pony rides and a host of activities and displays to keep you and kids going for hours.

Plus see a host of live performances and indulge in a variety of great foods.

It all kicks off at 11am and wraps up at 7.00pm with an explosive fireworks display not to be missed. See you there.

Child-friendly
Free admission
Proudly sponsored by LJ Hooker Nerang

https://www.emmanuel.qld.edu.au/community/fete
 

Wild Earth Coastal High 50

Carricks Road, Springbrook
01-Sep-2018 


The Wild Earth Coastal High 50 is an epic event located in the iconic and spectacularly picturesque Gold Coast Hinterland. Running on trails contained within the pristine Lamington and Springbrook National Parks, the Coastal High 50 includes the best trails that South-East Queensland has to offer.

The Wild Earth Coastal High 50 sees runners traverse spectacular trails through sub-tropical rainforest, open forest, and along cliff tops within Lamington National Park, before descending down into the Numinbah Valley and then climbing up to finish adjacent to the magnificent Purlingbrook Falls in Springbrook National Park.

The Wild Earth Coastal High 50 ultra trail run is special. You don't want to miss out on being a part of this one: it's trail running in a location that has to be seen to be believed.

Go to www.coastalhigh.com.au to book your tickets

 

Spartan Race Gold Coast

Numinbah Valley Adventure Trails and Camping
2524 Nerang Murwillumbah Rd, Numinbah Valley QLD 4211
1st September from 6.00am to 6.30pm

Prepare to run through mud, swim over dams, leap over fires, and scramble over obstacles. The worlds leading Obstacle Course Race is coming to you on 1 September 2018. From our shorter sprint to the obstacle manic super, and double trouble combo, we have a race and a challenge for all fitness levels.

Pick the distance that suits you, and lock in your Spartan transformation for 2018.

This stunning location will give you forest trails, high grass plains, with average temperatures from low to mid 20's. This is the perfect time to dust off those winter cobwebs, and get ready for obstacles that the Gold Coast hasn't seen before. With beautiful riverside camping only a two minute walk from the festival area, it ticks all the boxes.

Come and join the Spartan family this September. Don't forget we also have a kids' race for the next generation of Spartans!

Tickets from $79. Visit the website for more details and tickets: www.spartangoldcoast.com.au

Fathers Day Classic Car Show

Carrara Markets
Manchester Road, Carrara
September 1st and 2nd

What a great way to enjoy the Father's Day weekend, admiring an array of exquisite Classic Cars. Head to the Events Arena at Carrara Markets for your dose of chrome and colour. Over 30 Classic stunners will be on display. Meet the owners, other car fanatics, enjoy rock n' roll music and have a great day at the markets!
 

Great Strides for Cystic Fibrosis

Hollindale Park, Main Beach 
9th September 7:30 am – 11:30 am

Ready, Set, STRIDE for CF Proudly supported by LJ Hooker Nerang

Get involved as an individual or create your own team to take on this challenge together and help people living with CF breathe a little easier. Corporate teams, schools, community groups and individuals are all invited to take part. Ask your colleagues, family members and friends to join you to walk, jog or run for this great cause.

When you register for Great Strides you help us raise money for vital services and programs, advocacy and research that helps to extend the lives of Queenslanders living with cystic fibrosis. Help us as we work towards Lives Unaffected by CF.

7.30am - on the day registration opens
8am - warm up
8.15am - 3km and 6km event starts
11am - event prizes presented
From 8am to 11.30am there will be a community festival including entertainment for the whole family.

Distances: 
The 3km and 6km courses are on the sand heading north to the sandpumping jetty and the same on return. Federation Walk is a path that runs parallel to the beach and is pram friendly.

What to wear:
Red! There will be a prize for the best use of red on the day, with CFQ merchandise available for purchase on the day.

Cost:
Early Bird Child: $20 | Early Bird Adult: $30 | Early Bird Family: $70 | Early Bird Team: $120

https://www.greatstridesqld.com/

Botanical Bazaar Gold Coast Garden Festival 

74 Billabirra Crescent, Nerang
16th Sep between 9am and 4pm


The Botanical Bazaar is a fully interactive Gold Coast Garden Festival where naturally wild, urban gardening and nature lovers of all ages connect. 

Come and learn how to grow your own organic food, how to attract butterflies and birds to your backyard or how to heal yourself using medicinal herbs. See locally made vertical gardens, aquaponics and botanical art, learn about composting and soil care, get access to a variety of eco items to help you live a more sustainable life. 

Educational Workshops by Gardening Experts including Jerry Colbey-Willams from ABC Gardening Australia, Phil Dudman, Claire Bickle and more! Plants galore, garden inspiration, nature workshops and garden necessities PLUS, Kids Activities, Medicinal Herb and Health Hut, botanical homewares, backyard critters (bees, snakes, butterflies, birds, little animal farm), local green community groups, delicious food, drinks and great live entertainment.

Located in the centre of the Gold Coast encompassed by 13 hectares of natural surrounds. This is an all weather event with large indoor/outdoor facilities. 

Tickets on sale now.
 

Nerang 200 Miler

1 Hope Street, Nerang
September 1st and 2nd

The Nerang 200 Miler is a trail race in the Nerang National Park, in the hinterland of the Gold Coast.

There are shorter options of 100 miles, 100 kilometres, 50 miles, 50 kilometres and 25 kilometres plus a 4 by 25 kilometre relay.

The venue is set at the Nerang cycling velodrome in Nerang which is just a one hour drive from both the Brisbane and Gold Coast international airports.

There is ample opportunity for the erection of tents and marquees. The velodrome has ample shower and toilet facilities.

Enter the event here: www.nerang200miler.com



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Equestrian Projects

Funded by Division 5
We’ve got a good focus on equestrian activities in Division 5 and some recent projects include:

A new Round Yard at Tom Rose Park, Wandin Street Nerang.

A new Round Yard at Darwalla Reserve, Nathanvale.
(These round yards are really good quality features and will provide a lot of great opportunity for riders and horses alike to learn skills safely.)

Healing Hooves at Country Paradise (Nerang) has purchased relocatable barriers/stalls to ensure the horses and ponies are able to be relocated and kept safe during flood events at Country Paradise.
Funds have been allocated to construct a HQ for Healing Hooves in recognition of the amazing and impacting work they do for people in need of our support.
 

New Learn to Swim facility at Nerang Pool!

Yes, this year we will see the complete replacement of the existing learn-to-swim facility and it is going to be a knock-out. 

At a cost of $950,000, the new facility will be approximately 15m x 8m and enclosed in a purpose built facility, with a ramp access. The water temperature will be 32 degrees and this is good for both swimming and pool-based therapy programs and activities. Although not strictly hydrotherapy, which is normally 34 degrees or more, the facility can provide similar benefits. An evaluation is being undertaken to determine the ideal depth to cater for both needs. 

Construction is anticipated from April 2019 and will take about six months.
 

New Water Play facility in Nerang

Planning work has continued during 2017-18 to determine the best location for and features of the new water play park. For those who are unaware, this facility would be conceptually based on the rockpools in the Broadwater parklands – free access, low-risk, fun and wet! It is proposed this will be in Bischof Park in the centre of Nerang.

Planning work has been slower than anticipated but $100,000 has been secured to finalise the detailed engineering design this coming year. $1.3 million is available for construction in 2019 (before summer).

Watch this space for more details!

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My Centre Nerang Re-Development

Big re-development of My Centre shopping centre on Gilston Road.

Approval has been granted for a major redevelopment and expansion. After numerous meetings and close assessment over the past 12 months or more,  approval is to be issued under Delegated Authority (ie by Council officers). This approval stems from the original approval granted in 2008. The site has been earmarked for development since the early 1990s.

My Centre is currently 9,140 sq metres. This expansion will introduce an additional 17,525 sq metres! 
You can read more about this on our blog.

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Roadworks in the 4211 and Gold Coast Areas

Ashmore Road Works

Advancetown Road Works

Gold Coast Springbrook Road, State Route 99 (Track)
Single lane in operation before Polly's kitchen. Stop/slow from Lowry Court.
From Sunday 12 AM to Saturday 12 PM Lane or lanes reduced
Delays expected (during active hours)

Carrara Road Works

Canungra Road Works

Coburg Road, Canungra
Long Term Flooding 
Road closed to all traffic in all directions 
Do not drive in flood waters

Lamington National Park Road
Load limit restriction of 6.0 tonne - between Sarabah Road and O'Reilly due to Earlier flooding.
All lanes affected, all directions No delays expected. Observe signage
 

Advancetown Road Works

Gold Coast Springbrook Road - State Route 99 (Track)

Single lane in operation before Polly's kitchen. Stop/slow from Lowry Court.

04 Jul 2018 to 28 Sep 2018
From Sunday 12 AM to Saturday 12 PM Lane or lanes reduced
What to expect Delays expected (during active hours)


Clagiraba Road Works

Gilston Road Works

Guanaba Road Works

Highland Park Road Works

Lower Beechmont Road Works

Beechmont Road

Road damage as a result of Severe Tropical Cyclone Debbie. Temporary traffic signals in place.
Lane or lanes reduced, delays expected in both directions.

17 Apr 2018 to 30 Nov 2018
Monday to Saturday, 6 AM to 6 PM Lane or lanes reduced
What to expect Delays expected (during active hours)

Extra information Temporary traffic signals at three locations. Day works Monday to Friday with occasional Saturday work.


Maudsland Road Works

Molendinar Road Works

Nerang Road Works

Beaudesert Nerang Road (State Route 90)
Intermittent roadworks associated with private development near 167 Beaudesert-Nerang Road.
02 Jul 2018 to 07 Dec 2018
Monday to Friday, 7 AM to 6 PM Lane or lanes reduced

Springbrook Road Works

Gold Coast-Springbrook Road: restoration works
Restoration works to permanently repair the damage sustained on Gold Coast-Springbrook Road during the wet weather event associated with ex-severe Tropical Cyclone Debbie in March 2017. The volume and intensity of the rainfall caused significant damage to slope stability, with 112 recorded locations of landslips, above and below the road. 

Transport and Main Roads are finalising solutions to permanently repair approximately 30 critical sites and a team of specialised designers has been engaged.
Transport and Main Roads is committed to restoring full access for the community as soon as possible.
Pine Creek Road, western connection, will remain the detour route to Springbrook.

Springbrook Road
15 tonne load limit between Repeater Station Road and Boy Ull Road due to culvert damage under the road.
No delays expected, Observe signage

Natural Bridge Road Works

Nerang Murwillumbah Road
One lane only under giveway signage due to earlier flooding.No delays expected, Observe signage

Pacific Pines Road Works

Worongary Road Works

Wongawallan Road Works