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Mice Net : August 2008
gold coast iT’s Time To GeT a Closer look at the GC from a different perspective. 5ways to M the gold coast experience STORY BY Johanna Mc Kinnon 1. 737 flight simulator You have just been given a pre-flight briefing by an experienced pilot and now it’s your turn to hear the engines roar, take hold of the thrust leaver and take-off. The landing gear will start to retract as the tarmac below disappears. It’s now your responsibility to handle the aircraft. Don’t worry, you’re just sitting in a 737 flight simulator and you haven’t actually moved an inch, but it sure did feel like it! Experience what it would be like as a real ‘top gun’ and take a trip to Surfers Paradise Boulevard. For more information go to www.737flightsimulator.com.au. ost trips to the Gold Coast involve spending the day soaking up the sun on the picturesque sandy beaches and in the evening soaking up the night life with some cocktails. However, there are many attractions on the Gold Coast that will have your conference delegates getting a different view of the region. Whether it’s from the sea or sky (or from an amusement park) there are plenty of things to keep everyone occupied during those welcome ‘free-time’ sessions between meetings. We have sifted through what’s on offer and made a small selection of activities and attractions to check out the next time you’re in town. The Spit, Main Beach, Gold Coast. Image courtesy of Murray Waite & Associates. Tourism Queensland. An intimate dinner on Tiger Island or a spectacular Main Street party for thousands. Extraordinary events by Dreamworld and WhiteWater World – an experience they’ll never forget! Contact us on (07) 5556 1111 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow in our footsteps extraordinary location. extraordinary events. mice.net 87 020708