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Heating up the winter

03 Aug 2010

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Winter in Docklands heated up every Friday night in July with an amazing show of fireworks put on by the City of Melbourne.

The sky above Victoria Harbour lit up for 10 minutes at 7pm each Friday night and left many football revellers and visitors scratching their heads as to the reason for them.

The fireworks were part of the Fire, Ice & Lights Festival which saw lanterns and lights illuminate NewQuay, Waterfront City and Harbour Town.

Fire twirlers also showed off their skills along the water’s edge of Waterfront City.

Many businesses made the most of the spectacular views, in particular Pleasure Boat Cruises with its spontaneous decision to run four fantastic fireworks cruises, which were a hit for all who attended.  

A light and lantern display along NewQuay and Waterfront City impressed locals and visitors alike.  This display will continue until the end of August.

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