The Red Activities Day proudly sponsored by Pryda, Meyer Timber and Vekta Automaton is all about networking and having fun in the lead up to the FTMA National Conference.

Events kick off at midday at RACV Royal Pines where buses will transport delegates to the Jet Ski Safari and Tree Top Challenge and this year we have currently have 84 people registered which is a record!

Golf at Royal Pines including the $30,00 Hole in One Competition

RACV’s flagship resort is a golfer’s dream – offering a renowned 27-hole composite golf course and state of the art driving range, the course is proudly home to the Australian PGA Championships and RACV Australian Ladies Masters on the Gold Coast.

The recently redesigned championship course at RACV Royal Pines has also recently been nominated Australia’s Best Golf Hotel 2017 by the World Golf Awards.

42 people are currently registered to play golf and for the first time ever for an FTMA event we have two women playing and my money is on Wendy & Hilda to bring it home.

AB Phillips has once again put up $30,000 hole in one prize money and heads up to anyone that wins……your shout!

On top of the amazing $30,000 on offer, we have the nearest to the pin and the longest drive competition.

Dindas Australia will ensure all golfers are kept hydrated with the drinks cart doing the rounds during the game and of course a few refreshments in the club house at the end of the day.

It’s not too late to register and all players will be sent a more detailed memo closer to the day to confirm whether you are hiring clubs and what your team will be.

Prizes will be presented at the Red Activities Ice-Breaker on the Monday evening.

Dress Code: Players must be dressed in neat, casual attire and a collared shirt is compulsory. T-shirts, singlets and thongs are not permitted on the course. Royal Pines Resort is a soft spike course and no metal spikes are permitted.

Jet Ski Safari

This event sold out quickly and 28 delegates who will ride their own Jet Ski and feel the freedom and exhilaration that Jet Ski Safaris has to offer as they explore the wild blue yonder and the hidden islands of paradise, meeting local dolphins, turtles, dugongs and wallabies that inhabit this wonderful Jet Ski paradise.

Led by a team of professional guides with vast knowledge of the local waterways delegates are assured of an adventure they will never forget.  Delegates will blast their way along the beautiful sub-tropical shores of South Stradbroke Island. Heading north for at least 20kms weaving our way up way up past beautiful islands, beaches, sandbars and mangroves before arriving at the Tipplers Cafe on South Stradbroke Island to enjoy a cool beverage and lunch before turning around and making their way back home.

Dress Code: Please wear comfortable clothing such as swim wear, shorts or t-shirt, singlet or rashie. We recommend sunglasses, however we have $5 pairs here in the office, if you have an expensive pair you do not want to loose.

TreeTop Challenge

Currently 14 Delegates have chosen to participate in the Tree Top Challenge which is located inside Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.  This High Ropes Adventure Park will get your adrenalin pumping. With 80 huge TreeTop Challenges including 11 insane ziplines including the awesome Croc Shock where you literally zip line over Crocodiles we guarantee you will have an unforgettable day of thrills, action and adventure.

There are 5 big courses at Currumbin where you will be traversing very high in the tree top’s through the pristine bushland while keeping watch for Tasmanian Devils and over Dingo’s howling at you as you pass by their enclosures.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT: All safety equipment (helmet, harness and gloves) is supplied and participants are instructed on its usage before beginning the course. Qualified supervisors are present throughout to guide adventurers and ensure their safety at all times. All you are required to bring are closed-in shoes and a daredevil attitude!

A light lunch pack will be included in this fun and exciting activity.

Dress Code: Enclosed shoes must be worn to do the activities and long hair must be tightly tied back.

It’s not too late to register for Golf or the Tree Top Challenge but all registrations for these events close on Friday 8th March.

No more registrations will be accepted after this date.