Come on down and visit us at the Burleigh Brewing Taphouse
Wed & Thurs 3pm - 6pm, Friday 3pm - 8.30pm and Sunday 2pm - 8pm.
For news on music, food trucks and special events keep scrolling down!
Live Music – Josh Lee Hamilton Duo
Food truck – Weiner Haus
Live Music – Ondre Davis
Food truck – The Kitchen Garden
Live Music – Hot Cargo
Food truck – Little Havana
Live Music – Brad Butcher
Food truck – Pearl of the Quarter
Live Music –Matty Rodgers
Food truck – Barraca
Live Music – Kenny Slide
Food truck – Biggie Smallz FoodTruck
Live Music – Matty Ross
Food truck – Pearl of the Quater
Live Music – Josh Lee Hamilton
Food truck – Zicatela Mobile
Live Music – Benny D Williams
Food truck – Rolls Po Mi
Bine Bar Brewers Lunch & Tap Takeover – 24th of March
$60 gets you a three-course meal paired with Burleigh Brewing beers. Get in touch with Bine Bar to book your spot.
Riviera Festival of Boating – 17th to the 19th of March
Join us in the 6th year of the festival with plenty of hands-on educational workshops and fun social events. See more Info here.
Australian Hospitality & Gaming Expo – 29th & 30th March. See more info here.
Bleach Festival – 31st to the 16th of March
Bleach* Festival 2017 explores the convergence of sport and art, bringing cutting edge music, circus, theatre, dance, cabaret and visual art – to 23 Gold Coast locations across three huge weekends. Find out more here.
Blanc De Blanc – 31st to the 16th of March
As part of Bleach Festival – Blanc de Blanc brings the finest cabaret and acrobatic talent from around the world into a wild, shimmering night. Anticipate big moves, great tunes, lots of skin, and more than a few surprises. Check out the viewing times here.
Outrigger Australia Canoe Club
Outrigger Australia is located on the beautiful Currumbin Creek with the club having a strong emphasis on growing from the ground up with ages from 8-88+ and a large increase in the junior teams for 2017.
Outrigger Australia was founded by the well-known developer /entrepreneur Keith William in 1978 (he also developed SeaWorld and Hamilton Island). He had seen how big the sport of canoeing could become and brought in some canoes from Hawaii and made moulds started to spread the word, there was no looking back.
The club have established a social membership to introduce more people to the sport and progress into teams that are more experienced and competitive which continue to grow and remain competitive in local, national and international regattas.
The junior teams are all about growing as a team, making new friends and having a fabulous time as a club with a lot of support the senior members and compete at local and national levels.