Goodbye to 2017 and welcome to all the New Year’s resolutions that we will not keep! Yes, it’s time to start looking for a venue to bring in the New Year. Luckily, we have narrowed the list down for you.
Ever wondered what it was like celebrating the New Year in the 1920’s? Step back in time at Buckley’s and bring in the New Year Gatsby style. Your ticket will treat you to 5 hours of complimentary canapes and drinks, Roulette and Black Jack Gaming tables and an exclusive view of the fireworks with the Sydney opera house as your backdrop.
Location: 18/7 Macquarie St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Cruise in and spend your New Year’s Eve on the Harbour. With the option of 3 floors and both VIP and General ticketing packages, you can say goodbye to 2017 in style.
Location: Circular Quay West, Overseas Passenger Terminal, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Bring in the New Year at Cohibar. There will be a live countdown ending in a midnight confetti drop, feathered dancers and uninterrupted views of the fireworks. There is no lockout at this venue so purchase your tickets and dance the night away.
Location: Shop 359 Harbourside, Darling Harbour NSW 2000, Australia
Spend your last hours of 2017 at Marquee nightclub. All tickets receive a complimentary drink on arrival, canapés before 11pm and access to two epic parties. For those of you who want to take your New Year’s Eve to the next level, there is the option to go VIP.
Location: Pirrama Rd, Pyrmont NSW 2009, Australia
This venue’s rooftop bar is popular for its luxe atmosphere and its’s 180 degree views of Sydney’s Harbour. So say goodbye to 2017 with a breathtaking view at The Glenmore.
Location: 96 Cumberland St, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia
Rock in the New Year at the Hard Rock Café! This venue offers packages to include everyone. Starting with a children welcome, dinner and drinks package from 6:30pm-10pm to the 18+ Dance package that starts at 10pm and takes you into the early hours of the morning.
Location: 2-10 Darling Dr, Sydney NSW 2000, 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