On your marks Gold Coast, it’s just 12 months until more than 16,000 athletes descend on the city to participate in the 13th biennial Pan Pacific Masters Games (PPMG). And back by popular demand the exclusive PPMG Entertainment Hub will be located at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre in the heart of Broadbeach. Delivering a jam-packed line up of evening entertainment the hub is the ‘go to’ place where thousands of participants celebrate, socialise with teammates, and enjoy the camaraderie for which the event is renowned.
Applications are open until Sunday 10 September, 2023 and sports are expected to be confirmed by early November 2023
Leading Queensland sports administrator, Ben Mannion will hit the ground running when he takes up the role of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Events Management Queensland (EMQ), managers of iconic Australian events, the Gold Coast Marathon and Pan Pacific Masters Games.
A record opening three days of entries for the Pan Pacific Masters Games has been attained with 1,500 participants signing up since registrations went online at 9am on Wednesday.
Pan Pacific Masters Games set for unexpected 2021 return
When the 2020 Pan Pacific Masters Games were cancelled in June, we gave our stakeholders and supporters an undertaking that we would evaluate the idea of a 2021 edition of the Pan Pacific Masters Games. That evaluation has been finalised.
The Pan Pacific Masters Games have confirmed Lion, one of Australasia’s largest beverage companies, as the exclusive supplier of beer and cider at the event to be held 2 – 11 November 2018.
The 2018 Pan Pacific Masters Games are shaping up to be the biggest ever. The Gold Coast’s Pan Pacific Masters Games is set to be the biggest in the event’s 20-year history after a huge day of entries upon opening …
With 12 months until the 11th Pan Pacific Masters Games are held on the Gold Coast, sport lovers are being encouraged to join thousands of Gold Coast locals, interstate and international visitors in participating in the world-class event from 2 …
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.
Minister for Tourism, Major Events, Small Business and the Commonwealth Games Jann Stuckey officially launched the world’s largest biennial masters games this morning at Jupiters Hotel & Casino in Broadbeach.