Celebrate the Melbourne Cup in paradise at the Marriott Resort

Celebrate the Melbourne Cup in paradise at the Marriott Resort

Enjoy a Melbourne Cup luncheon at the Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort and Spa.

Treat your staff to a three-course spring lunch, and three hours of premium wine, beer and soft drink.

With live entertainment by Musique, a fashion show presented by Harbour Town Shopping Centre and live coverage from Flemington, the day is sure to be a winner.

Test your luck with sweepstakes by Variety the Children's Charity, you might even score a prize for best dressed.

Continue the celebration at the Spring after Party at Chapter and Verse Bar and lounge.

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