Best Fireworks Vantage Points in Brisbane for Families

Fireworks vantage points in Brisbane

Best places in Brisbane to watch the fireworks

It’s no secret that Brisbane loves fireworks, with the two biggest pyrotechnic displays being the annual Riverfire event (Saturday 30 September 2017) and New Year’s Eve celebrations.

Thousands of Brisbane families flock to South Bank Parklands to be part of the excitement, but this venue gets very crowded, and can reach full capacity quickly.

To enjoy the fireworks without the stress of the crowds, pack a picnic rug, snacks and glow sticks and try one of these fireworks vantage points in Brisbane.

Inner Brisbane City fireworks vantage points

Fireworks vantage points in Brisbane

These spots are all close to the action, meaning there is still plenty of noise and atmosphere, as well as food and beverages for sale. For those people with limited mobility, access is available at South Bank, Eagle Street Pier, Riverside Centre and Captain Burke Park.

  • Kangaroo Point Cliffs
  • Victoria Bridge
  • Captain Burke Park
  • Wilson’s Lookout, New Farm
  • City Riverwalk (including Riverside Centre and Eagle Street Pier)
  • Dock Street, South Brisbane
  • Rail Overpass, The Barracks, Petrie Terrace

Fireworks vantage points in Brisbane’s suburbs

Fireworks vantage points in Brisbane

No need to dress up – slippers, tracksuits and PJs for the kids are all suitable attire for these family friendly viewing points in the burbs:

  • Collins Rd, Ferny Hills
  • Highgate Hill Park, corner of Dornoch Tce and Hampstead Rd
  • Stuartholme Rd, Bardon
  • Camelia Ave, Everton Hills
  • Mount Coot-tha lookout
  • Mount Gravatt Outlook Reserve
  • Bartleys Lookout, Ascot
  • Forbes St, Hawthorne
  • Camp Hill Bowls Club, Ferguson Rd
  • Trammies Corner, Paddington
  • Bilsen Rd, Zeehan Rd, Rode Rd, Wavell Heights
  • Plucks Rd, Arana Hills
  • Caratel St, Stafford Heights

Brisbane hotels with views of fireworks

Fireworks vantage points in Brisbane

For a memorable weekend adventure in the city, there are a number of Brisbane hotels rooms that afford spectacular views of the fireworks. Remember to specify when booking that you require a room on a higher floor, facing the river, to ensure you can actually see (and not just hear) the fireworks in all their glittery glory!

  • Rydges South Bank Brisbane
  • Oaks Aurora
  • Oaks Casino Towers
  • Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane
  • Brisbane Marriott Hotel
  • Stamford Plaza Brisbane
  • Royal on the Park Hotel
  • Mantra on the Quay
  • Mercure Brisbane
  • Central Dockside Apartments

Do you have a favourite spot to watch the fireworks with your Brisbane Kids? We’d love to hear from you!

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