“Australia’s Gold Coast” was shot by Joe Capra (scientifantastic) over a two week period on the Gold Coast of Queensland Australia, and was produced for Gold Coast Tourism ( visitgoldcoast.com ).
Welcome to the famous Gold Coast, Australia’s endless playground of entertainment and adventure. For generations we have been embracing and entertaining the Gold Coast’s special guests with a promise of big smiles and warm memories in a spectacle of golden beaches, legendary theme parks, iconic rainforests, and lively attractions. Feel the excitement of life in the fun lane, where the sun shines on an unlimited variety of things to see and do all year round. Cuddle a koala, learn to surf, and walk a World Heritage listed rainforest trail in a day full of natural adventure. Scream with excitement on the biggest and best theme park rides, browse the boutiques, or putt your way to a win on a championship golf course. And as the sun sets over this city by the sea, treat yourself to an international stage show, dine on the freshest local produce and take your cocktail beachside as the Gold Coast glimmers through the night. The Gold Coast is a celebrated holiday experience set on one of Australia’s most spectacular natural stages.
If you’re a DJ or anyone in the music industry, you need to be part of the SET FOR PEACE campaign: a world-wide music event for peace. Watch the video below and click here to learn more.
About the Project
LNADJ re-launches it’s global initiative SET FOR PEACE with Peace One Day for 2014 – reaching out to all DJs across the globe dedicate their DJ sets on September 21st 2013 to help continue the growing awareness if international PEACE DAY.
What does raising awareness achieve?
Globally, around 280 million people in 198 countries were aware of Peace Day 2012 — 4% of the world’s population. 2% of those people (5.6 million) behaved more peacefully as a result. Today, 470 million people in 200 countries are aware of Peace Day. We estimate that 1-2% of those aware of Peace Day behaved more peacefully in their own lives as a result, improving the world for thousands of others. In 2013, the effect of Peace Day meant that 4-8 million people behaved more peacefully than on other days – equivalent to the entire population of Nicaragua or Libya.
SOURCE: 2013 awareness estimated with the support of McKinsey and Company.
Along with Set for Peace & other initiatives, Peace One Day expects its message to reach over 1.5 billion people in 2014.
http://playingforchange.com – From the award-winning documentary, “Playing For Change: Peace Through Music”, comes the first of many “songs around the world” being released independently. Featured is a cover of the Ben E. King classic by musicians around the world adding their part to the song as it travelled the globe.