CELEBRATIONS: Fireworks on Surfers Paradise Beach.
CELEBRATIONS: Fireworks on Surfers Paradise Beach. Surfers Paradise Alliance

Surfers ready to light up for New Year's Eve

SURFERS Paradise will light up for New Year's Eve with the family- favourite "superheroes" theme returning for a fourth year.

Bring friends and family and count down the New Year beneath one of the largest fireworks displays in Queensland - in Surfers Paradise.

Fireworks shows will be held at 8pm and midnight on Surfers Paradise Beach.

Additional fireworks can be seen at 10pm from the Surfers Paradise Riverside.

Kids, both big and small, are invited to come dressed as their favourite superhero.

The New Year's Eve Carnival will see the Surfers Paradise foreshore come to life with fun entertainment including kids' slides and rides from Tuesday, December 27, to Sunday, January 1.

Surfers Paradise will go off with a bang as the latest in pyrotechnics produces one of the most spectacular fireworks displays in Queensland.

The city will celebrate in true Gold Coast style with beach and boat parties, glamorous and glitzy events and good old-fashioned pub and club parties.

Enjoy free New Year's Eve fireworks at:

 

Broadbeach: 8pm and midnight

 

Broadwater Parklands Southport: 9pm - bring the whole family to Southport's Broadwater Parklands in Marina Parade from 5pm where The Food Truck Feast runs until 9pm.

 

Coomera: 9.30pm - from 5pm there'll be a community family event with amusement rides, sideshow alley, live entertainment, kids disco, food and drink stalls. No alcohol.

 

Currumbin Creek: midnight - the Currumbin RSL is hosting a range of paid entertainment options that culminate in a spectacular fireworks display.

 

North Kirra Surf Club: 7.30pm - plenty of family fun, a barbecue, drinks, glow sticks, jumping castle.


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