Thursday, December 10, 2009
Spend New Years in the Sun
Leading holiday providers Mantra and BreakFree have come to the party for guests looking for an affordable and fun way to celebrate New Years Eve, with a range of hot deals to the Sunshine and Fraser Coasts.
It’s not too late for couples and families to book fabulous accommodation close to the beach and awesome activities this New Years Eve period, with great rooms still available in the holiday hot spots of Mooloolaba, Alexandra Headland, Marcoola and Hervey Bay.
The New Year’s Eve spectacular on the Sunshine Coast this year features top bands and two separate fireworks displays on Mooloolaba beach.
The free family concert will feature headline acts Kate Miller-Heidke and The Black Sorrows as well as American soul diva Lisa Hunt and Latin/funk band A French Butler Called Smith.
A beachside carnival, fire shows and roving performers add to the fun of the alcohol free event allowing families to welcome in 2010 in a safe environment.
Mantra Mooloolaba Beach has accommodation from $248* per room per night for a one bedroom apartment valid December 25 to January 11; BreakFree Alexandra Headland has studio rooms from a low $215* per room per night valid December 26 to January 11 and BreakFree Marcoola has two bedroom apartments from $295* per room per night valid December 26 to January 11, with minimum stays applying for all rates.
Meanwhile Hervey Bay farewells 2009 in grand style with a New Year’s Eve beach bash, billed as the biggest party ever to be held in the town.
Live music, DJs, local celebrities and loads of surprises will ensure an evening to remember at Seafront Oval, Pialba.
Nearby Mantra Hervey Bay is the perfect base to catch all the fun, offering hotel rooms from just $202* per night, valid December 26 to January 11, with minimum stays applying.
To arrange your BreakFree New Years Eve getaway call 132 007 or visit www.breakfree.com.au. For Mantra, call 13 15 17 or visit www.mantra.com.au
Conditions and minimum stays apply. Subject to change and availability