Saturday 7th February 2015
Proudly brought to you by The Pegasus Bay Charitable Trust
Get your game on
It is now time to start practicing for next year
This family focused event is to encourage families to spend a day together having fun in the
sun and sand.
Competition entries are free for Children, Family Teams, Adult Teams, Adult Individuals, and you can enter online by clicking on the REGISTRATION button. Last years event was very successful with record number of entries and visitors to this summertimes festival.
Over $5000 of OZTrail sporting equipment was won on the day.
Fun for the whole family
Enjoy a free day’s entertainment for all the family at the beach and view the great sand sculptures
A great variety of stalls including food and drinks, children’s entertainment, bouncy castles, water walking, craft stalls and much more.
It will be held on the beach in front of the southern car park by the Library on Marine Parade New Brighton. This could well be extended to suit the number of entries on either side of the pier.
A marque is to be erected on the lawn area adjacent to the library, this will be used as the administration centre.
It will be a family focused event with the theme of: “A BIG FUN, HAPPY DAY” at the beach, building sandcastles and new friendships.
Children’s Treasure Hunt
Where in the sand sculpture will the prizes be hidden?
One entry drawn each day at The Palms to dig for treasure hidden in a sandcastle at New Brighton Beach on the 7th February 2015
Open to all children 12 years and under (all terms and conditions are displayed at The Palms shopping centre).
Visit The Palms shopping Centre between 20th January and 5th February 2015 and enter “The Palms Treasure Hunt “
50 Prizes to be won
How to get there?
Pages Road is only open to one way traffic going into the City. You will need to come either down Wainoni Road to New Brighton Road and then left into Hawke street or Beresford Street. Or you can travel over the South New Brighton Bridge and down Bridge Street to Marine Parade to Beresford Street.
There is plenty of parking on streets adjoining Marine Parade by the Pier and the library. There is parking in the beach car park at the end of Hawke Street
International Sand Sculptors
This year we are excited to welcome Sue McGrew and Bruce Phillips, both International Sand Sculptors.
Click here to read more about Sue and Bruce