Featuring the world’s most elite surfers, the Quiksilver Pro and Roxy Pro 2015 ASP World Championship Tour will again bring great water sport action and absolute adrenaline rush on the Gold Coast.
Home to the most exciting and elite international sports competitions such as the Armor All Gold Coast 600, end of year Gold Coast Schoolies celebrations, the Magic Millions horse race and the most iconic surfing competitions, the Gold Coast will once again provide the perfect venue with its perfect waves and host this most-awaited surfing event, the 2015 ASP World Championship Tour. Be there at Snapper Rocks on the Gold Coast from 27 February for the opening stop of this fantastic sporting extravaganza showcasing the world’s most brilliant surfers in one of the world’s best waves.
The 2015 ASP World Championship title will happen in Coolangatta from 27 February to 11 March. The 2015 ASP World Championship Tour, the Quiksilver Pro and Roxy Pro will gather the legendary surfers from around the world battling it out for this year’s World Championship title. This event features the world's best male and female surfers to compete across high-performance waves just meters from the beach for the first time in 2015.
The crowd can also have fun with concessions, interactive fan experiences and educational activities for all ages, and loads more of fun and surprises.
With the beautiful weather and fantastic surfing spots and other natural attractions, the Gold Coast will once again gather a huge crowd of surfers and spectators from all over the country and elsewhere in the world.
For visitors coming to the Gold Coast to be part of this exciting surfing spectacle, Burleigh on the Beach provides a convenient location which is just minutes away from the event venue. Our Burleigh Beach Accommodation is also located near other popular tourist sites around the Gold Coast.
To get the best rates and special deals in our Burleigh Beach Accommodation, book online: http://burleighonthebeach.etourism.net.au
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