1-11 AUGUST 2024 View all 2024 events

Location info

The epicentre of the festival’s dance and physical theatre program, the HOTA Hub is an explosion of movement, music and theatre that shouldn’t be missed.

There are performances from two of Australia’s award-winning ensembles – Lucy Guerin Inc and the internationally acclaimed Gravity and Other Myths ensemble, a 24-hour dance marathon staged on the HOTA lake, immersive installations and rooftop soirees. This jam-packed program is one for the first weekend only, tickets available on the BLEACH* website.



Home of the Arts, 135 Bundall RoadSurfers Paradise QLD 4217

Getting here
Venue Info

Our Festival is operating under a COVID Safe Plan endorsed by the Queensland Government. Please be mindful of following the COVID Safe signage across the site and please see our staff or Festival Ambassadors if you need assistance.

To maximise your festival experience we recommend you plan ahead.  To help you do so here are some tips to keep happy and healthy during your visit.

Planning your visit to the BLEACH* Hub at Burleigh

  • plan your visit early and be comfortable for changes in the weather
  • limited seating available, bring beach chair or blanket
  • water station / bubbler on site so bring your own water bottles
  • plenty of amenities
  • food and beverage available from our BLEACH* Club located in centre of the Hub in Justins park
  • recycling and waste stations will be visible across the parkland
  • Wheelchair access and accessible toilet
  • Visit the City of Gold Coast Parking at Burleigh web page for information on what parking areas are metered and unmetered
  • There are over 430 free and untimed spaces along the beachfront between First Avenue and Kelly Avenue.
  • All beachfront parking north of First Avenue is free and unrestricted.
  • Paid parking applies to a small number of spaces on the beachfront at Goodwin Terrace
  • All day parking is available at Alex Black Carpark, to a maximum of $5 per day.



What's on at HOTA Hub

Explore the Festival Program

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the Yugambeh Language Region and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People of the Gold Coast. We recognise their continuing connection and contributions to country and culture. We pay respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.