Fireworks displays in Auckland
Large scale Fireworks displays are once again pretty thin on the ground this year. The variety may be more Tom Thumb than Double Happy but there's still a few of note, so if you're keen on celebrating Guy Fawkes
together, here's a list of the top fireworks displays as recommended by View
Waitakere Fireworks Display
The Trusts Arena presents the 7th Annual Fireworks & Lazerlight Show. Cultural groups & motorbike jumping feature in the lead up to fireworks.
Bring the family along for a fun filled evening of entertainment followed by arguably Aucklands Best Fireworks Display & Laser-light show.
Saturday, November 16, 2013
Where: Trusts Arena
FAMILY PASS: Only $30 (2 Adults and up to 3 Children, 14 years old and younger)
The rationale of the day is to encourage family attendance of a professional Guy Fawkes event, versus risking personal safety by purchasing retail fireworks. Over the past 5 consecutive events, only one fire work related call out has been attended which is confirmation that the message behind the day is working.
4.00pm - 9.00pm
Saturday, November 2, 2013
Where: Orewa Beach
Monster Firework Display
The 2013 Monster Firework Display promises to be a fantastic family night out, combining both stunning fireworks with the added fun and thrills of Halloween. Rain date Fri 8 Nov COME EARLY AND EAT There will be plenty of everything, so come early, grab a good vantage point and eat here.
Friday, November 1, 2013
Where: Kumeu Showgrounds
MORE FIREWORKS EVENTS TBC
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