Where to dine during the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games

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Where to dine during the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games

The 2018 Commonwealth Games kick off on the Gold Coast next month and to help travellers curb their cravings, OpenTable has rounded up the best spots for spectators (and even athletes!) to grab a bite to eat in between events.

A handful of events will also be held outside of the Gold Coast this year, with Brisbane homing cycling and shooting in Chandler and Belmont respectively, while basketball games will be split between Townsville and Cairns – therefore the dining experts have everyone covered.

Burleigh Heads Beach

This year, the Gold Coast is hosting everything from badminton to weightlifting to table tennis. Whether you’re set to spectate the squash or boxing at Oxenford Studios, the para powerlifting at Carrara Sports and Leisure Centre or mountain bike cycling at Nerang Mountain Bike Trails, meet halfway at spectacular Burleigh Heads Beach, home to a fabulous range of dining options including beach front dining.


Treat yourself at Southport’s best venues, home to swimming, diving, hockey and triathlon this year.


One of the most pristine beaches on the Gold Coast is set to welcome its first Commonwealth Games with athletics and road cycling events making their way to Currumbin. For those spectating in the crowd, grab a bite to eat at:


If you’re just down the road at another one of Gold Coast’s immaculate beaches watching beach volleyball, enjoy a child- friendly high tea at:


If you’re set to watch lawn bowls or netball this year, delight your tastebuds with some contemporary pan Asian at:


Follow the mesmerising gymnastics routines with a delicious meal at:


Enjoy some highly recommended modern Middle Eastern cuisine here, before or after rugby sevens.


Whether you’re a cycling or shooting fan, indulge in hearty American- style cuisine here, only a short drive from both Chandler and Belmont.

North Queensland

If you’re basketball mad, you may be busy making your way between Townsville and Cairns. Here’s where to ease those hunger pains in between games.

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