Fireworks display as part of New Year's Eve celebrations in Queens Park, Saturday, December 31, 2016.
Fireworks display as part of New Year's Eve celebrations in Queens Park, Saturday, December 31, 2016. Kevin Farmer

Where to go to party in the Fraser Coast this New Year's Eve

Enzo's on the Beach NYE Party

When: From 5pm

Where: Enzo's on the Beach, The Esplanade

What: Enjoy a great night by the beachside with delicious food, craft beer and cocktails. A live DJ will play until late.

Cost: Phone 4124 6375 to book a table.

New Year's Eve at the Brolga

When: From 6pm

Where: Brolga Theatre, Maryborough

What: Soul City, supported by Derek F Smith, will welcome you into the new year with style at this entertainment extravaganza. Food stalls and a licensed bar will be available. Two sets of fireworks at 9pm and midnight.

Cost: Free

New Year's Eve by the beach

When: From 4pm-10pm

Where: Ernie Organ Park, The Esplanade

What: Come in your best beach party costume and celebrate the end of the year by the beach in Hervey Bay. Market and food stores start 4pm. Plenty of activities for the kids will be on offer, including laser skirmish. Fireworks from 8pm.

Cost: Free entry

Beach House Hotel New Year's Eve

When: 9pm-2am

Where: Beach House Hotel

What: Two floors of entertainment at one of Hervey Bay's premiere venues to start the new year with a bang. Five DJs performing upstairs including Melbourn DJ Wicked Sinz. A midnight fireworks display will be held on the Scarness Pier. Phone 4196 9366 to book a table.

Cost: Free entry

Kondari Hotel Boogie and Grove into 2019

When: From 6.30pm-11pm

Where: Kondari Hotel, Elizabeth St

What: Bring the family along for a family-friendly New Year's Eve party at Kondari. Celebrate the decades with the kids and take them back in time through the 70's until 00s.

Cost: Free entry

Maryborough's New Years Eve Family Fun Fair

When: 5pm

Where: Maryborough Cricket Club, Ariadne Street

What: Maryborough Cricket Club presents a family fun fair to welcome 2019. Celebrate with live music and amusements for the kids. The Bistro will be open in the club as well. Bring your picnic rug or chair down and enjoy the terrific fireworks display later that evening.

Cost: Free

Aquavue New Year's Eve 2019

When: From 3pm

Where: Aquavue Cafe Watersports, The Esplanade

What: Watch the sunset over beautiful Hervey Bay and say goodbye to 2018. Two dinner sittings will be held from 5.30pm and 7.30pm as well as tapas menu and specialty drinks from the VUEbar. Acoustic music by Mikaela Dreger from 5pm to 9pm. Fireworks at 8pm.

Cost: Phone 4125 5528 for bookings. All bookings require a $20 booking deposit per person which will then be taken off the final bill.

Heroes and Villains at Smoke N Leather

When: From 9pm

Where: Smoke N Leather, The Esplanade

What: Hervey Bay's hottest nightclub will be going all out for the new year. Come as your favourite superhero or villain for a chance to win prizes for best dressed. 410 promotions all night and guest DJs to perform.

Cost: Free

Welcome 2019 at the Vinyard

When: 5pm-1am

Where: The Vinyard Wine and Bar Restaurant, The Esplanade

What: Celebrate New Years Eve in divine style at The Vinyard restaurant & Wine Bar. Book for Sunset dinner between 5-7.30pm for a la carte menu or the 9pm seating to enjoy an exquisite four-course dine until midnight dinner

Cost: Phone 4125 6982 for bookings.

New Year's Beach Party

When: From 9pm

Where: Hoolihans Irish Restaurant

What: Rock out with the boys from Dogwood Crossing Rock out with the boys from Dogwood Crossing this new years at the best little pub in town. Come dressed for an indoor beach party with drink specials, games and prizes. Fireworks later that evening.

Cost: Free
 



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