Is This Adelaide’s Most Memorable Christmas Party Option?

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It’s arrived, folks—the most wonderful time of the year! And with it comes one of the busiest time of the year. There’s present shopping, work parties, Christmas light scavenger hunting, crazy family get-togethers, plus lots and lots of catch ups.

You’ve done a fancy dinner at your parents’, fish and chips by the sea, drinks at your fave restaurant, and a barbecue in the backyard—what else is there to do?

How about floating down the Torrens River, shaded from the hot summer sun, on a BBQ Buoy? Imagine your favourite South Australian wine or beer in hand, a grazing platter of local delicacies at your fingertips, or your very own little barbie to grill shrimp till your heart’s content.

We bet you’ve never done exactly that for Christmas!

Now is the time to shake up your Christmas get-togethers with BBQ Buoys. Grab the whole fam, set a date with your work pals, or gather your besties for a Christmas experience that’ll be hard to beat next year.

If you’re looking for a fun twist to your annual corporate Chrissy function, BBQ Buoys cater to teams from 5 to 30 people. While a max of 10 people fit on one Buoy, if you book +2 Buoys at the same time, you get eco tableware free of charge and a Good Weather guarantee, which means a 100% refund if not safe to operate.

The BBQ Buoys have also got some nifty New Year’s Eve specials (just in case you’ve already made your Christmas plans). Drinks, food, and the best view of the fireworks you could possibly get? Sign us up! Check out the rest of their deals here.

As a quick note, the main fireworks slot is fully booked, but there is still availability for the early fireworks show, aligning with the 7:30pm to 9:30pm BBQ Buoy slot.

Keen to get on one of these bad Buoys? Head on over to the BBQ Buoys website for more booking information: bbqbuoys.com.au.

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