Mobility Friendly New Year’s Eve Locations

Sep 27, 2019Dian Templeton0 comments

The New Year is fast approaching and we are here to make sure you get out and about with family and friends! We have made a list of locations around Australia where you can create memories with your loved ones. The most important part is that it’s all mobility friendly and stress free!

New South Wales - New Years Eve in Canberra

Celebrate the New Year with music and food with the people you love the most. Create beautiful memories with family entertainment at your fingers. With a variety of exciting new local foods and performers like Monica Moore Duo, Zackerbilks and the Po Boys. Canberra acoustic soul band, Touchasoul will hit the stage at 9:15pm and the best part of the end of the night is the world class fireworks display. Use your handy S21 Manual Portable scooter to get around to your desired spots!

Queensland - New Year Festivities in Brisbane

Go into the New Year with a massive fireworks display! South bank offers the biggest performance, where five barges will be spread out on the river between the Victoria and Goodwill bridges. While you’re enjoying the view, South Bank is also set to a soundtrack, featuring the top 40 hits of the year. Reminisce old memories and welcome the New Year with good music and positive vibes! Drive around in your S26 Verve showing off your futuristic laser lights to the beautiful people of Brisbane.

Victoria - Portland New Year’s Eve

Attend Portland’s biggest street party in the regional Victoria. The iconic location off the shore offers friendly entertainment, with children’s amusements from 6pm and a spectacular fireworks display at 10 o’clock and midnight over the Portland Harbour. Ensure you have a cruise through the shore on your P35 chase, making life easy on the easiest portable wheelchair we have to offer.

South Australia - Adelaide Swing into the 20's NYE party

Bring on 2020 with a trip back in time to the 20’s. Celebrate New Year’s eves in the lavishing decorated ballroom while listening to a delightful mix of modern swing and party music by Adeva. Take full advantage of the three course meal and beverages on offer and finish the night of with a magnificent sweet treat. An incredible event to bond with family and friends over good food and even better company. Also don’t forget that your Companion Wheelchair is not only easy to fold up and take with you but your arm rests flip up with ease to park yourself comfortably at the table.

Northern Territory - Darwin’s Mindil Beach Sunset Markets

Indulge in the afternoon sun while experiencing all different types of people and cultures. Try new food with the many stalls the markets have to offer, taking on new smells and tastes. Follow it up with the entertainment of local dancers and pop up shops. From jewellery stalls to soap stalls there’s something for everyone to enjoy. It’s the perfect area for people who come from all walks of life to gather together. It’s also the best time to use your Beach Wheelchair, a machine on the beach and a smooth ride on the ground, giving you the freedom of enjoying the stunning sunset in the evening on the warm sand.

Move into the New Year at the riverfront party for a night of pure indulgence and laughter. It wouldn’t be New Year’s Eve without a wide range of food trucks to pick from and wine and brews from local vineyards and breweries. Cocktails bars are also on offer, so you can enjoy your favourite meal while pairing it with a delicious beverage of your choice. Local bands and roving performers will top off the night as you count down into the New Year. Don’t forget that your Brio 4 deluxe has that marvellous swivel seat, making it easier to turn your seat whatever way you like, especially while watching the fireworks with family and friends!

Western Australia - Elizabeth Quay

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