Gold Coast Beach Parade

Media Accreditation

Please complete and send in your media accreditation to be part of the officially accredited media on Event day.

Only accredited media are permitted into the event precinct. They will be able to share in video and drone footage of the event where requested. Only accredited media will be issued with lanyards, wristbands and vests.

We will endeavour to process your request in 48 hours. Media accreditation will close on September 23 at 4 pm.


    Gold Coast Beach Parade

    The Event

    Gold Coast Beach Parade – World Record Beach Parade – is a world record attempt for the greatest number of people (men, women and children) in koala ear visors involved in a beach parade.

    The event is scheduled to take place on Sunday, May 15, 2022 at Burleigh Heads.

    In this particularly difficult year, we are set to shine a spotlight on Queensland’s enviable lifestyle — focusing upon our beaches and community spirit, while supporting a charity that’s close to all our hearts – Currumbin Wildlife Hospital and saving our city’s Koalas. 

    Gold Coast Beach Parade is a celebration of Queensland’s healthy lifestyle with a national and world focus on our famous beaches and beach culture.  The whole of community will be walking as one, proud to promote their home city, the Gold Coast at the Gold Coast Beach Parade.

    It is a charity event to raise money to save the city’s koalas with our charity of choice, Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation.
    There is no fee to enter, but a nominated donation of $25 on registration goes directly into the charity’s trust fund.
    You must enter on line before to the event. No entries will be accepted on the day, due to COVID regulations.

    On event day check collect your special participant wristband and your special participant Koala ear visors. The visor must be worn at all time while walking in the event to achieve our world record!

    The event is taking place at beautiful Burleigh Heads. Home to many of Gold Coast’s famous furry residents.
    Check-in is at Justins Park, The Esplanade, Burleigh Heads.