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Upcoming events

Title:Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race
Date:11/03/2016 to 12/03/2016
Description:In 2013 the 65th edition of the QantasLink Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race will commence at 1100hours on 29th March.Read More »

Gladstone Races

Date: 27/10/2015 to 30/10/2015
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Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race

Date: 11/03/2016 to 12/03/2016
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From the start, yachts proceed via a bouy off Redcliffe Point to the North West Channel up to Caloundra and through to Gladstone, a distance of approximately 308 nautical miles. Weather dependent, the first yachts can be entering the Harbour in Gladstone around 7.30am the following morning with the bulk of the fleet finishing late Saturday and into the early hours of Sunday morning.Entrants in the QantasLink Brisbane to Gladstone race for the Courier Mail Cup, one of the oldest perpetual trophies in Australia that has been competed for on a continual basis.Around 300 private and commercial craft gather around the start line and an estimated 60,000 spectators flock to Moreton Bay foreshores each year to see the race start and attend associated events including the Sandgate Bluewater Festival. Many more greet the yacht in Gladstone and attend the Gladstone Harbour Festival.

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Gladstone Harbour Festival

Date: 23/03/2016 to 27/01/2016
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Held from Wednesday 23rd March– Sunday 27th March 2016, the 54th annual Gladstone Harbour Festival program will once again entice, excite and engage the Gladstone community and visitors to the region. 2016’s program includes a fantastic variety of quality entertainment on the GPC Marina Main Stage each night, fun rides for the kids, mardi gras, a great selection of tasty food court treats, Marina Markets, fabulous fireworks displays and plenty of novelty events and attractions. Heading in to it’s fifty fourth year, the Gladstone Harbour Festival has come a long way since it’s humble beginnings on the back of a truck at the entrance to Central Park, to it’s present home at the Gladstone Ports Corporation Marina stage and parklands. -gladstonefestival.com-

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Latest news

Title:Gladstone Area Promotion & Development Ltd (GAPDL)
Description:See what's on with Gladstone Area Promotion and Development Ltd (GAPDL) is an enthusiastic and dynam...Read more »

Gladstone Area Promotion & Development Ltd (GAPDL)

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See what's on with Gladstone Area Promotion and Development Ltd (GAPDL) is an enthusiastic and dynamic organisation with a charter to promote and develop the Gladstone Region. GAPDL is a non-for-profit organisation founded in 1983.

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Title:Gladstone Engineering Alliance
Description:The Gladstone Engineering Alliance Inc. (GEA) is the peak representative body for leading the develo...Read more »

Gladstone Engineering Alliance

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The Gladstone Engineering Alliance Inc. (GEA) is the peak representative body for leading the development of a world recognised competitive engineering and engineering support services sector within the Central Queensland Region. Established in 2003, the GEA provides representation and advocacy for engineering manufacturers, service suppliers and their suppliers and seeks to further develop industry support capabilities throughout the Central Queensland Region. The GEA has progressed plans to develop and expand the capabilities of the organisation with the appointment of key staff members and the opening of the GEA office at 66 Goondoond Street Gladstone in February 2009. The GEA now looks forward to strengthening our existing relationships and increasing our organisational capability, allowing us to more effectively service both existing and future major industry. The GEA is the leading advocate to promote and support engineering enterprises throughout Central Queensland to foster important and effective relationships which will secure growth, prosperity and stability across the business community.

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Title:Gladstone Resources Industry Update
Description:Invest in developing Australia's leading industrial region IIR's 3rd annual Gladstone Resources I...Read more »

Gladstone Resources Industry Update

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Invest in developing Australia's leading industrial region IIR's 3rd annual Gladstone Resources Industry Update will be your chance to meet all the protagonists involved in Gladstone's future progression. Meet and do business with the experts and see how Gladstone can form a financially successful element of your future strategy. Gladstone Resources Industry Update will allow you to discover Gladstone's latest developments, gain an insight into future projects whilst networking with your peers and colleagues over a selection of expert led seminars, presentations, panel sessions & workshops.

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Local attractions

Title:Heron Island
Distance to Quest:2Hrs by Modern Catamaran
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Heron Island

Distance to Quest:2Hrs by Modern Catamaran

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Heron is the only Great Barrier Reef Resort located on a true coral cay. Meaning, you are quite literally surrounded by the reef, you can swim right from the beach to an endless garden of coral teeming with marine life.

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Title:Lake Awoonga
Distance to Quest:30 Km from Gladstone
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Lake Awoonga

Distance to Quest:30 Km from Gladstone

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Built across the Boyne River south west of Gladstone, the Awoonga Dam is a rockfill structure with a concrete upstream face slab. The embankment was formed from rock excavated from a quarry on the Eastern side of the dam wall. The embankment is over 650 metres in length and 54.4 metres in height, with a volume of approximately 2 million cubic metres of rock. The spillways height is 40 metres AHD. This design of the current dam allows for further raising, if necessary, through the addition of gates to the top of the spillway. The current capacity of the dam is 777,000 megalitres.

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Title:Tondoon Botanical Gardens
Distance to Quest:60Km
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Tondoon Botanical Gardens

Distance to Quest:60Km

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Gladstone Tondoon Botanic Gardens is located on Glenlyon Road in Gladstone, approximately 530 km north of Brisbane and 5.4km from the Central Business District of Gladstone.

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39–43 Bramston Street, Gladstone
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