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Not just any old fireworks!

11 Nov 2015

Not just any old fireworks! Image

By Eva Garnes

For the second year running, South Wharf will host the only ground-level fireworks found in the city on New Years Eve, with a special surprise in store for the moment 2016 arrives.

Along the beautiful South Wharf, guests can reserve their space to attend five different parties as part of World Carnivale. It all culminates in a front row seat along South Wharf Promenade to the fireworks display at midnight.

“Guests can expect not only a multi-offering of tributes to famous parties around the world, but they will also be able to see the full fireworks display up close,” World Carnivale representative Emily Carter explained.

“This brings a new aspect to the fireworks, that is not experienced with the displays launched from the rooftops.”

“Events like this help put South Wharf on the map as a venue that offers a wide range of events, suitable to people of all ages.”

For more information and to book tickets to one of the World Carnivale celebrations visit

www.WorldCarnivaleNYE.com.au

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