New Year’s Eve is one of the most popular festivals celebrated by almost all nations across the world, with the beautiful coastal city of the Sunshine Coast celebrating this amazing event with bright lights, entertainment and of course… fireworks!
This family-friendly celebration boasts a number of great spots for people to watch the spectacular fireworks displays along Mooloolaba Esplanade.
Mooloolaba New Years Eve 2020/2021 Fireworks, Sunshine Coast
Each year, over 40,000 locals and visitors come and enjoy the celebrations at The Esplanade Mooloolaba with multiple fireworks displays during the evening at 8:30pm and again at midnight. The following artists performed in 2019: Gubbi Gubbi Dance Troupe, Karlou, Anna & Jordan, Mo’ Swagger, Mufassa & The Pride, DJ Tim Torque and DJ Sean Bannister. Entertainment kicks off from 4:30pm.
These festivities will also include live music on the main stage, DJ’s on the beach stage, carnival rides, buskers, roving street performers, temporary tattoo stations, children’s face paintings and heaps of other activities. Kids can also enjoy a meet and greet some of their favourite TV and movie characters.
Come with your whole family to Mooloolaba New Years Eve and enjoy a delicious dinner at any of the restaurants around the area. The public areas are alcohol and glass-free zones. So feel free to bring a picnic, however, leave the alcohol at home.
Extra bus services will run (in addition to the regular Monday bus schedule) on New Year’s Eve for the 600, 610, 620 and 626 and 627 services between 6:30pm and 2am. A special University to Mooloolaba shuttle service will also run from 5pm and additional buses will depart Mooloolaba from 8:45pm back to Kawana, Maroochydore and Sippy Downs.
If you are coming to the Sunshine Coast for New Year’s Eve, make sure you book your accommodation early! With such a huge influx of people coming into the city, accommodation will book out. Click the link below to book your New Years Eve accommodation today.