The XXXX GOLD Container Bar is a converted shipping container which transforms into the ultimate entertainment utility, providing race goers with the perfect spot to enjoy the day’s activities, and home to the “XXXX Island Challenge” that will offer XXXX GOLD fans the chance to win a trip to the XXXX Island for them and three mates, valued at $10,000.
XXXX GOLD consumers will be invited to participate in a series of skill-based challenges, including the “XXXX Island Challenge,” for a chance to win a trip to XXXX Island for themselves and three mates.
XXXX Island is designed to be the ultimate destination for mates’ trips away, offering Aussies the chance to experience what XXXX GOLD terms the ‘good life’ – a relaxing few days where you can do as little, or as much, as you want with activities including fishing, touch footy, beach cricket, swimming in the ocean or simply barbecuing the catch of the day with a beer in hand. For more information on the XXXX Island go towww.xxxxisland.com.au
The upper deck of the XXXX GOLD Container Bar has an entertaining area for 15 guests and provides a great viewing platform while enjoying an icy-cold XXXX GOLD. A fully integrated audio visual system in the lower deck ensures punters won’t miss the action, or they can simply soak up the atmosphere in the surrounding beer garden.
XXXX GOLD will be upgrading punters to GOLD Class at the XXXX Container Bar. People will be randomly selected and provided a Gold Class Card to spend an hour on the upper deck of the XXXX Container Bar enjoying a cold XXXX GOLD.
Racegoers looking for an upgrade are encouraged to hang out at the Container Bar and wear something to help them stand out from the crowd with some GOLD added their outfit.
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PS: A record crowd attended Saturday’s Weetwood Day, with Miss Imagica ridden by Skye Bogenhuber taking out the $150,000 Weetwood Handicap, winning by a head from Toowoomba gelding Double Impact and New Day from Sydney a half head away, third. Miss Imagica is only the 4th horse to win successive Weetwoods, and Skye the first female jockey to ride the winner of the race.