Fireworks cap off New Year’s Eve

South Western Times

Bunbury Trotting club will again host its popular annual New Year’s Eve Fireworks Spectacular on December 31, with past attendance numbers reaching almost 5000 patrons.

Gates will open from 5pm, with the fireworks display set to light up the sky just before midnight.

The family-oriented event will feature entertainment from Bunbury band Juice, with raffles and give-a-ways in addition to the night’s races.

For VIP treatment at the special event, be sure to book tickets to the restaurant for a buffet dinner, exclusive seating and access to the best views of the track from the balcony.

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Tickets are $100 for adults and $50 for kids, including free entry to the event, a race book and a betting voucher.

Restaurant tickets must be pre-paid and sell out quickly, so get in early to avoid disappointment.

Alternatively, find the perfect spot to enjoy a pre-packed picnic dinner or choose from the range of take-away dinner options including wood-fired pizza.

Money is also being raised on the night for Sean Pollard who hopes to compete in the 2018 South Korea Paralympics on the snowboarding team.

Proceeds from raffle tickets and sausage sizzle sales will finance Mr Pollard who lost an arm and the other hand in a shark attack in 2014.

General admission tickets are available at the door, with prices starting at $15 for adults, $10 for concession with children under 12 entering for free. The event is strictly no BYO alcohol.

For ticket inquiries or more information, email Julie@bunburytrottingclub.com.au or call 9721 2768.

The Bunbury Trotting Club is on Milligan Street in Carey Park.

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