Over 40 Sports

Golf

Golf

Come and play!

Read More

Dressage

Equestrian – Dressage

Come and play!

Read More

Futsal

Futsal

Come and play!

Read More

Cricket

Cricket – Super 8s

Come and play!

Read More

table-tennis-570-570-v3

Table Tennis

Come and play!

Read More

Ally Fowler

Entertainment for 2016

The 2016 entertainment program will be announced soon. Stay tuned!

A jam-packed entertainment program during the event provides participants the opportunity to celebrate achievements, socialise with teammates, friends and family and enjoy the camaraderie for which the event is renowned.

Previous entertainment programs have featured some of the biggest Australian bands and artists including Dragon, Ian Moss, Melbourne Ska Orchestra, 1927, Daryl Braithwaite, The Black Sorrows and many more!

Check out the awesome acts who have graced the PPMG stage here.

LATEST NEWS

23

Mar

5 Reasons To ‘Play It, Live It, Love It’ on the Gold Coast

Still deciding whether to enter? Here are five reasons to ‘Play It, Live It, Love It’ at the world’s biggest and best biennial masters games this November.

01

Oct

Play It, Live It, Love It at the world’s biggest biennial masters games in 2016

The 10th Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games to be held 5 – 13 November 2016 on the beautiful Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia today announced 30 sports have been confirmed.

19

Dec

Gold Coast reaps major economic boost from world’s biggest biennial masters games

Close to $20 million has been injected into Queensland’s economy thanks to the record-breaking Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games held last month on the Gold Coast according to a recent Tourism Analysis Report.

09

Nov

Sailing couple to tie the knot

9 November 2014 By Daisy Williams Silver sailing medallists relation-ship is the strongest on and off the water. Australian champions, Steve Curtis and Kerry Noyes, have been sailing together for 11 years, but their connection goes beyond just being crew …

09

Nov

They were not ready for this jelly

9 November 2014 By Elly Pugh It was rough waters for the sailing competitors at Paradise Point yesterday, after swarms of jellyfish wreaked havoc and ruined the chances of many competitors. Due to prevailing wind conditions and lack of rain, …