BIG NIGHT: Lily’s on the Lagoon will host a Parisian cabaret style New Year celebration.
BIG NIGHT: Lily’s on the Lagoon will host a Parisian cabaret style New Year celebration. Contributed

Plenty of options for NYE celebrations

FOR the young or the young at heart, Novotel Twin Waters Resort's Family Beach Carnival on New Year's Eve will be a night of family-friendly fun with attractions to suit all ages.

There will be dodgem cars, a Ferris wheel, slot cars, laser skirmish, surf rider, bouncing boxing, Lost Temple, jumping castle, shooting gallery and many more carnival stalls and rides from 6pm until midnight.

Beach Carnival tickets are just $79 for adults and $49 for children aged two to 12, with a family pass for two adults and up to three children available from $239.

Tickets include unlimited use of carnival rides and sideshow attractions, access to food stalls and beverage bars, roving entertainers, live bands and two spectacular fire work displays at 9pm and midnight.

For adults, Lily's on the Lagoon will host a more intimate New Year's celebration Parisian Cabaret style.

The formal evening will include a remarkable menu, premium drinks package, entertainment by Marissa Burgess and a performance from the Can Can showgirls.

Guests will enjoy a celebratory glass of French champagne on arrival followed by a delicious six-course plated menu, live entertainment and the carnival atmosphere and fireworks as a backdrop.

From spanner crab to seared beef to a chocolate bavarois, the tantalising menu is sure to please many a palate.

This adults only event costs $199 an adult.

For more information or to book, phone the New Year's Eve coordinator on 1800 072 277 or email stay@twinwatersresort.com.au.

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