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21 Nov
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Book Our Coolangatta Accommodation for the Coolangatta NYE Fireworks

in Events

 Oct 17th 2018 11:31am


Photo from www.goldcoast.qld.gov.au

This New Year’s Eve there’s no better place to be than on the Southern Gold Coast’s Coolangatta Beach. Just moments away from Kirra Surf Apartments, the Coolangatta New Year’s Eve Fireworks will set the tone for 2019 with the biggest fireworks display on the Southern Gold Coast, and it’s not to be missed for an all-night party on one of the best beaches in Queensland!

Pack a deck chair or picnic blanket and be on Coolangatta Beach this New Year’s Eve, where you’ll get to welcome 2019 with two big fireworks displays on the beachfront. Arrive early to claim your spot, then enjoy the escalating atmosphere as the clock counts down to midnight - there’ll be a family-friendly fireworks display at 8.30pm for those with little ones, followed by one big fireworks display as the New Year arrives alongside a party that will continue until the early hours. The atmosphere will be electric, with hot food and drinks available nearby.

For those looking to start their New Year in an exciting new location, our Kirra Beach Coolangatta accommodation at Kirra Surf Apartments is an ideal choice with affordable options for couples, families, and groups. Our self-contained apartments offer one, two, and three bedroom options that will have you feeling at home from the moment you arrive with a homely living area, fully-equipped kitchen, Foxtel TV, spa bath, and free WiFi access. You’ll also enjoy a stunning panoramic view over Kirra Beach on your own private balcony, which is another great spot you can see the fireworks on December 31!

Choose from our beachfront Southern Gold Coast accommodation today at www.hisitedirect.com.au


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