Banner Tourdesk
Banner Freeparking

Spend New Year’s Eve on the Sunshine Coast with Bay Views

in Local Area & Events

 Oct 10th 2018 8:00am

New Year

Start planning a New Year’s Eve you won’t forget with our Bayview apartments Mooloolaba resort, where the surrounding atmosphere will be electric in the countdown to 2019! Choose from our affordable choice of one, two, and three bedroom accommodation and start looking forward to a big New Year’s Celebration on the picturesque Sunshine Coast.

On the last day of 2018 head to the Novotel in Twin Waters for a mouthwatering seafood buffet dinner from 6pm, which will provide the perfect start to the evening. After topping up with tasty seafood head to Mooloolaba Beach for the biggest New Year’s Eve party on the Sunshine Coast! Mooloolaba will come alive once again as the countdown to 2019 begins with an unmissable program of family-friendly entertainment for all.

Mooloolaba Esplanade will be lined with street performers, kids’ activities, face painting, food vendors, market stalls, and more with lots to enjoy. On the beach there’ll be DJs and live music performances with famous artists Andrew Kirwin Trio, Mason Hope, Dan Horne Trio, The Floating Bridges and Vegas Please already on the confirmed lineup! Lastly, don’t miss the two huge fireworks displays taking place at 8pm and at the strike of midnight, where the night sky above Mooloolaba Beach will be a sight to behold. The Mooloolaba New Year’s Eve fireworks are some of the best along the coastline, and you don’t want to miss it!

You can enjoy the perfect New Year’s Eve celebration in Mooloolaba with our convenient Mooloolaba accommodation apartments. Put yourself next to all the festivity at Bay Views & Harbourview Apartments, an ideal resort for couples and families, providing the perfect way to send off 2018 and welcome 2019 this December.

View our affordable Mooloolaba accommodation options today at

Leave a Comment:

All comments will be submitted to the administrator for approval.

Blog Categories

Latest Blogs