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Bledisloe Boulevard

The Australian Wallabies contested the Bledisloe Cup in 1998 and used Caloundra as their base camp. The Bledisloe Cup, the wallabies won after they had beaten the All Balcks in Christchurch on 1st August 1998, is known by Rugby fans across the world by sight. The Bledisloe Cup personifies trans-Tasman rugby between Australia’s Wallabies and New Zealand’s All Blacks.
It was first ccontested in 1931 when Lord Bledisloe, New zealand’s governor-general, donated the trophy. It stands at a metre high, has two handles that are outward like two wings, a lid and has a coating of pure silver.
The Australian rugby Team was based here in Golden Beach when they won the Bledisloe Cup. While based here they also won the World Cup, Cook Cup, Hopetoun Cup, Mandela cup, Landsdowne Cup and Trophee Des Bicentenaries by defeating Ireland, England, Wales, New Zealand, South Africa, Romania, France and USA.

Bledisloe Cup

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