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Dr. Vincent Wan
One of the highlights of the year for Brisbane is coming up this weekend. On Saturday, September 29, Riverfire will once again be happening to wrap up this years Brisbane Festival. We’ve already talked about our top picks for things to do during the Brisbane Festival and we hope you’ve been able to get the kids down to some of the fun family activities.
If you haven’t made it yet this year you should check out the following link to see what other family friendly activities will be available for you if you do make the trip in for the fireworks tomorrow.
Those of you who are interested in the Australian Defence Force (ADF) aerial displays, here is a timetable for the events tomorrow.
2:45 pm – C 17A Globemaster flypast
4:10 pm – Roulettes Aerobatic Display
5:30 pm – EA-18G Growler flypast
7:04 pm – EA-18G Growler flypast
7:05 pm – Fireworks display commences
According to the organisers of the Brisbane Festival these are the best vantage points for the show;
Victoria Bridge, South Bank, Kangaroo Point Cliffs, Captain Burke Park, City Riverwalk, including Riverside Centre and Eagle Street Pier.
According to the organisers there will be food and drinks for sale at many of these sights. If you would like more information about how to attend Riverfire we have a link to the event right here.