Ringing In The New Year In Australia
Whether it is a black tie dinner, a dazzling fireworks display or dancing into the New Year under the moonlight, these are woman with drive’s five picks for an unforgettable New Year’s Eve celebration.
The Living Room in Park Hyatt, Sydney
There is no denying that Sydney takes the spotlight for New Year celebrations across Australia with its consistently magnificent fireworks display at the Sydney Harbour. Located on the Sydney waterfront with uninterrupted views of the Opera House is Park Hyatt’s “Living Room”. This is the place to welcome the New Year while avoiding the crush of people, indulging in a three or four-course menu, enjoying a private viewing of the fireworks and dancing your way into 2016 at the rooftop cocktail party.
World Carnivale, Melbourne
Herald in 2016 on the banks of the Yarra River at the World Carnivale, Melbourne’s biggest year-end party. Stroll among five themed parties that will feature a range of different beats from house music to the classics. A VIP ticket will gain you access to the exclusive Champagne Terrace where there will be free-flowing champagne all night. Eat and drink to your heart’s content and then feast your eyes on a fireworks display right across the river.
Lake House in Daylesford, Victoria
Consider this Daylesford’s exclusive invitation to its glamorous Black Tie masquerade event: A Homage to Great Producers. Prepare yourself for an evening that is a showcase of great Australian winemakers, brewers, distillers, producers and farmers in a feast at Lake House.
Start the evening with cocktails in the brand new Waterfront Pavilion by the lake shore. Then graze at the “Provedore and deli”, lounge around at at the gin station and champagne bar, and sit down at a shared table for a multi-course feast accompanied by live music and fireworks. These are the makings of an evening to remember.
Spicers Clovelly Estate at Sunshine Coast, Queensland
The award-winning Long Apron restaurant at Spicers Clovelly Estate will send your taste buds into early celebration this New Year’s Eve with a seven-course degustation and wines to match. The stunning French-provincial architecture will set the tone for a European inspired evening. Dinner starts at 6pm and will be sure to leave your appetite and hearts satisfied.
Majistic New Year’s Eve Cruise, Sydney
Clink champagne flutes at the stroke of midnight abroad the Magistic Two, a luxury catamaran that will take you down the Harbour for seven glorious hours. The cruise boat has three sprawling outdoor decks for its exclusive group of 250 guests to gasp at the fireworks display. The lead up to the countdown includes a five-course seated and served dinner, premium beverages, a live band and a disc jockey.
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