WetSide to light up the night

WETSIDE will be transformed next week for a light show spectacular.

Tables and chairs will be set up on the main deck under the big fig tree alongside a bar and smorgasbord for special events at the water park on October 1 and 2, marking the show's launch and the grand opening of George's Restaurant after its move from Charles Street in Pialba.

As well as the fountains and water screen being brought to life in a show of music and light, the evenings will include a jumping castle, face painting, entertainers, WetSide's wave machine for those who want to get wet and a variety of food including roasted meats, seafood, pasta, salads, dips and sweets.

Restaurant owner George Kotis said people would not have to eat for a week afterwards.

“And we're creating a festival atmosphere for the launches and so we really hope people will buy a ticket and come along and bring their families,” he said.

The new restaurant will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and be available for special functions and catering at WetSide.

“People should also be aware that when they dine at George's Restaurant they are helping to support WetSide, which is free, because a percentage of the takings goes toward running the park.”

In future, the light show will become a regular fixture at WetSide.

Tickets for the launch events cost $45 for adults, $15 for children aged six to 12 and five-year-olds and under enter free.

Bookings can by made at the Brolga Box Office on 4122 6060 or www.brolgatheatre.org or at WetSide on 4124 2630.

Win tickets to the light show spectacular! Just send your name, address and contact phone number in an email to hbedit@frasercoastchronicle.com.au with 'light show' in the subject line.



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