mechanical bull Family fun for all with food and fireworks at Royal Park
On 2012, New Year's Eve celebrations in Launceston will return to the Heraldactually two.Although the streets of the city remained quiet last year's New Year's Eve, locals and tourists could enjoy a party along the Tamar river bank of Royal Park and watch two fireworks shows tonight.Prepare for the familyAccording to chairman Lu Clark, friendly nights organised by the Festival Council are in full swing as the lights are placed on trees and 20 food, wine and micro beer stalls started setting up yesterday afternoon.The last time we had this party was in 2009, it was a great event.'If it gets support, we hope it will show up again, so we need people to vote with their feet, 'Clark said. MS."We would like to see 5000 people and we expect a lot of people considering we have a good weather forecast.Tonight's host is Senator Danny Gibson. Clark MS says fireworks are set at 9.30 in the evening, midnight again.She said party-The audience can dance to 9 in the evening.On the afternoon of the 30 th, Eagles and Beach Boys boarded the main stage.Free entertainment will also be provided for children of all agesRun All Night from Facebook, slides, jumping castles and mechanical bulls.There is absolutely no BYO alcoholic drink here, Clark MS said, but customers can enjoy it with family and friends with a picnic and feel the atmosphere here.There will be three entrances from Park Street to the party, and when the gate opens at 5, there will be a parade from Home Point.30pm tonight.Free parking will be available at Bathurst Street after 5: 00.One o'clock A.M. or $2 in the parking lot on Patterson Street.There will also be a taxi station and a subway night shuttle near the Park Street entrance.Time: open at 5.30pm.Pass before 11.Fifteen o'clock P.M., but not again.Access will be allowed.Fee: $15 adults, $12 to $17 children, children under 712 free, $40 for families (twp adults and up to three children.