A VARIETY of Christmas carol events will be held across the Port starting in the first weekend in December to mark the start of the festive season.
Sacred Tree Evening Market - Friday 11th December 2015 4.00pm till 8.00pm - Nelson Bay Marina
SeaSide Singers - Free Christmas carol concert, Soldiers Point Bowling Club, Saturday, December 5, 2pm
Christmas gift wrapping - Salamander Bay Shopping Centre, December 10-24
Carols by the Bay & fireworks- All Saints Anglican Church Nelson Bay, Neil Carroll Park, Fly Point, Sunday, December 13, 5.30pm
Carols Under the Stars- Gateway Presbyterian Church, church grounds, Anna Bay, Thursday, December 17, 5pm.
Enjoy the festivities in style at one of the many resturants which offer fine dining an amazing views of the 9pm Fireworks! There are many live performances by local artists so come down, relax and enjoy the atmosphere. Sit along the waterfront and mix in with the locals at Fly Point where you can enjoy amusement rides as well. Bring a torch, your glow sticks and a rug for a fun family night out!
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Many ways, on your boat, off the many beaches or wharfs or go on a Charter.
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