Time to say goodbye to 2017 and hello to all the New Year’s resolutions that we will not keep! Yes, the countdown has started to find a venue to bring in the New Year. Luckily we have narrowed the list down for you.
Go back in time to when alcohol was forbidden and a password was needed at the door. Spend your New Year’s Eve at Melbourne’s very own hidden speakeasy bar.
Location: 500 Chapel St, South Yarra VIC 2141, Australia
In the prime location of Southbank, Waterslide Bar gives you front row seats to the fireworks. Every ticket includes a bottled cocktail on arrival and light canapes throughout the evening.
Location: Southgate Centre, MR3/26 Southgate Ave, Southbank VIC 3006, Australia
Welcome 2018 at Alumbra. This venue option is perfect for those of you who have a tricky work schedule, here you have the choice of either their New Year’s Eve Event, or their New Year’s Day party. Attend both if you really want to go out with a bang this year.
Location: Central Pier, 9/161 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands VIC 3008, Australia
Have an R&Bond kind of New Year’s Eve. Yes, for those hip hop lovers, this is your place. Combining this luxe venue with the sounds of old school R&B ensures you’re in for a good end to the year.
Location: 24 Bond St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Spend New Year’s in Miami at Melbourne’s very own Ms. Collins. Your ticket will provide you with live performers, fireworks at midnight and to top off the Miami theme, pink Flamingos.
Location: 425 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
This New Year’s Eve, for the first time ever, Rock City will be taking over Trak. Each ticket supplies you with canapes throughout the night and provides you with 3 levels, 15 Djs, Aerial artists, Dancers, and Giveaways.
Location: 445 Toorak Rd, Melbourne VIC 3142, Australia
Spice up your New Year’s Eve. There is both V.I.P or general admission and the option to take your night to the next level and purchase a package or booth.
Location: Beaney Ln, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
So I guess the moral of this article is to party your hardest and not remember a single thing the next day – it’s the only way to welcome in 2018, really.
By Elizabeth Spicer