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Sunsuper Riverfire

By George Hadgelias

Sunsuper Riverfire returns this September to ignite our skyline and wrap up three incredible weeks of Brisbane Festival for yet another year.

Tribal Experiences Managing Director and Yuggera and Turrbal man Shannon Ruska will open this spectacular event with a powerful smoking ceremony.

This is one of the most electrifying displays in Australia, fired by Foti Fireworks from multiple bridges, barges and city rooftops.

Ahead of the pyrotechnics the C17A and Army Aviation helicopters will demonstrate their flying prowess.

For this explosive Festival finale, crowds can tune into Triple M’s live broadcast or Channel 9’s exclusive television coverage.

Sunsuper Riverfire will be delivered under Queensland Health’s COVID Safe Events framework and comply with all health authority directions.

Where To Watch

One of the best places to watch Sunsuper Riverfire in 2021 is at home on Channel 9, tuned into the soundtrack on Triple M.

If you wish to see Sunsuper Riverfire outdoors, there will be controlled sites at:

  • South Bank Parklands, South Brisbane
  • River Terrace, Kangaroo Point
  • Service Road, below Kangaroo Point Cliffs, Kangaroo Point
  • Captain Burke Park, Holman Street, Kangaroo Point
  • Wilson Outlook, Bowen Terrace, Fortitude Valley
  • Due to construction of the Neville Bonner Bridge, there will be no viewing available from Victoria Bridge.

Physical distancing and COVID-safe rules will apply at these sites, including audience limits.

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