New Year's Eve fireworks in Noosa 2017

New Year's Eve fireworks in Noosa 2017

  • When: Sunday 31 December 2017
  • Where: Noosa Marina, Noosa Main Beach, Noosa River, Boreen Point and Coolum

Celebrate New Year's Eve with fireworks around Noosa! And see our Noosa Festive Season Guide for all the news on where to party this New Year's Eve in Noosa!

Noosa Marina:
Noosa Marina in Tewantin has free fireworks at 9pm and midnight. There's free live music with Impulse from 8pm-midnight, and the Marina's restaurants will have special New Year's Eve celebrations with the best views of the fireworks - book a table now.

Noosa Main Beach:
See fireworks from Noosa Main Beach at midnight ONLY. The 12-minute fireworks display will be from a barge off Main Beach (swell permitting). If the swell is too big, fireworks will be from the rock wall further along the beach.

Noosa River Fire:

Bring the family and see the New Year's Eve fireworks over Noosa River, in the vicinity of the Noosa Boathouse, Gympie, Tce, Noosaville, at 9pm. Supported by Noosaville Business Association in conjunction with Harvey Norman, Noosa Boathouse, Zinc 96.1, Noosa4sale Real Estate and Tourism Noosa.

Noosa Sound:
Fireworks will light up the sky over Noosa River near Quamby Place, Noosa Sound at 10pm. Quamby Place restaurants including Rickys and Wood Fire Grill will be the place to be to watch.

New Year’s Eve at The Lake:
This annual celebration on the Lake Cootharaba foreshore at Boreen Point starts with a street parade from 5-6pm - the theme is All Things Colourful. Then celebrate on the beach from 6pm until after midnight with cultural sharing, corroboree-style with GMU. Live music with David Bentley Trio, Me and My Chauffeur and The Boreen Poont Band from 7pm - midnight. Flares at 9pm and midnight on the beach. Food available.

Coolum Beach:
New Year's Eve in Coolum will be huge with fireworks at 8.30pm ONLY. The Lions Club of Coolum will have rides, sausage sizzle, popcorn, fairy floss, laughing clowns, jumping castle and more, so bring the whole family along for a great night at Tickle Park, Coolum Beach from 5-9pm.

 


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