Surfers Paradise New Year’s Eve Fireworks

Join the team at Holiday Holiday to celebrate New Year’s by attending Surfers Paradise New Year’s Eve fireworks. Welcome in 2024 with a bang in Surfers Paradise this New Year’s eve.

Fireworks Times

The Surfers Paradise New Year’s eve fireworks will take place at two allocated times – 8pm and midnight on New Year’s eve. The finale will boast the Gold Coast’s largest fireworks display this season.

What to bring

For all guests staying at Holiday Holiday’s Gold Coast accommodation, bring  your picnic blankets and rejoice with loved ones on the Surfers Paradise beach for an unforgettable evening of colour, light and sound as the clock strikes midnight.

For guests with young families, you may want to share the momentous occasion with your loved little ones at an earlier time slot of 8pm. Secure a vantage point on the golden sands of Surfers Paradise beach for the first fireworks show at 8pm and get in the spirit of patriotism by dressing up in green and gold.

Midnight Fireworks

The iconic largest fireworks extravaganza offshore on Surfers Paradise beach will commence on the strike of the clock at midnight. Guests can expect an unforgettable experience and an amazing welcome to the new year.

Surfers Paradise New Year’s Eve Fireworks Tips

Parking will be a nightmare on the day for fireworks. However, rest assured that all guests staying at Holiday Holiday apartments in Chevron Renaissance, Circle on Cavill, H Residences above Hilton Surfers Paradise and Soul Surfers Paradise will receive a free car parking with your apartment booking.

For more tips, refer to this article Surfers Paradise New Year’s eve.

For the most unforgettable and luxury experience, stay in the beachfront apartments Soul Surfers Paradise with Holiday Holiday for views that can never be blocked out.

For all other guests staying in Circle on Cavill, H Residences above Hilton Surfers Paradise and Chevron Renaissance, ask a friendly Holiday Holiday team if your apartment can catch the fireworks from the balcony (subject to the wind direction and the location of the fireworks barges).