Fire­works, quiz for NewYear’s Eve

Western Suburbs Weekly - - News -

ROT­TNEST Is­land will have a fire­works dis­play on New Year’s Eve for the first time in more than 100 years.

Rot­tnest Is­land Author­ity chief ex­ec­u­tive Paolo Amaranti said it would be a spec­ta­cle for peo­ple on their boats and on the is­land.

“Ev­ery year we have a great New Year’s Eve but we wanted to cre­ate some at­mos­phere for Rot­tnest,” he said.

“Over time as the fire­works grow, the coast­line of Perth will look over to the is­land and see them tak­ing place.”

The fire­works will be ig­nited and launched from a barge.

TEST your knowl­edge of 2015 at the NYE Quiz Night at The Byr­neleigh in Ned­lands.

Doors open at 6pm with the quiz start­ing at 8pm.

Visit www.the­byr­neleigh. for tick­ets.

NEW Year’s Eve on the Rocks at the Quarry Am­phithe­atre in City Beach will fea­ture Amanda Dee, Soothe, Howie Mor­gan and their nine-piece band play­ing funky hits from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s from 6pm.

Visit www.quar­ryam­phithe­ for tick­ets.

Matisse Beach Club - White Party. The Matisse New Year’s Eve White Party re­turns for an­other year.

The event will fea­ture loung­ing mer­maids, fire throw­ers and an evening of the­atrics and en­ter­tain­ment.

Three hours of drinks and canapes are in­cluded in the ticket price.

Ca­bana pack­ages are also avail­able.

Tick­ets on­line at https://events.tick­et­ au/event/nye-white-party.

Pic­ture: An­drew Ritchie­mu­ni­ d447708

Rot­tnest Is­land Author­ity chief ex­ec­u­tive Paolo Amaranti.

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