Gymnastics Clubs Australia to hold its first national congress



The newly formed Gymnastics Clubs Australia have announced that they will hold their first national congress at the Twin Towns Conference Center in the town of Tweed Heads, north New South Wales, in October.

As young Gymnastics Clubs Australia (GCA) continues to grow its membership – with 132 sites already integrated – it is stepping up its education and community engagement.

Following a very successful foundation dinner and senior level seminar in Perth last week, GCA chief executive Ross Gage said the time and location of the conference reflected the desire gymnastics clubs to meet in person in a welcoming environment and a time of greater certainty.

Gage said that “the Tweed – Gold Coast border area was a relaxing and affordable environment with the airport on its doorstep.

“Starting Sunday October 10 with the welcome reception at the Greenmount Surf Club – watching the sunset – the invaluable social media for the event will start off on the right foot. We have seen recently in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth just how essential these social networks – especially when integrated into education – are in building community. “

The 2021 GCA National Congress will then feature two days of high-level conferences on Monday and Tuesday.

On Wednesday, Australian Speaker of the Year Bruce Sullivan will present a signature masterclass around people and culture.

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