New Year’s Eve at Sandstone Point

Published 10:26am 22 December 2020

New Year’s Eve at Sandstone Point
Words by Kylie Knight

Say goodbye to 2020 and Aloha to 2021! There’s something for everyone on New Year’s Eve at Sandstone Point Hotel including a fireworks extravaganza.

From 2pm, you can spend the last day of 2020 enjoying food stalls, markets, children’s rides, live music, roving entertainment and more.

Don’t miss the family-friendly fireworks at 8.30pm and the big countdown to 2021 at midnight, when the sky will light up again.

Children are permitted to stay until midnight, if they are accompanied by a parent/guardian.

Tickets just $10 (+ booking fee) for adults and $5 (+booking fee) for children aged 3-12 years. Entry is free for children under 3.

Aloha to 2021

Sadly, 2020 wasn’t the year for traveling, so the team at Sandstone Point Hotel is bringing Hawaii to you at its 18+ Hawaiian Luau-themed cocktail party on New Year’s Eve.

From 7pm, guests can enjoy a cocktail on arrival, progressive feasting menu, four-hour beverage package (7-11pm), styling, entertainment and dancefloor. Tickets are from $129pp (+ booking fee).

The event will be held in the Pumicestone Room, with private bar and toilets and balcony offering a spectacular view of the fireworks.

Sandstone Point Hotel is at 1800 Bribie Island Road, Sandstone Point.

The venue won the Best Fish and Chips category in The Forkies Eat and Drink Awards, and took out third in the Best Family-Friendly Venue category.

To find out more about the New Year’s Eve events and to buy tickets, visit the website.

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