Where to go for New Years Eve in your city!

We’ve all been there: 10 seconds to midnight and you’re reigning in the New Year with a tub of Ben & Jerry’s and reruns of Gossip Girl. We’re NGL that does sound pretty good – but there’s nothing worse than a dose of FOMO, especially on New Years’ Eve. To save you from that all too familiar feeling, we’ve put together a go-to-guide for NYE in each major city.


It’s not a New Years in Sydney without the fireworks. While there’s more NYE parties in this city than Taylor Swift has ex boyfriends, they have a tendency to be overrated, overcrowded and overpriced. For Sydney babes looking for class and style, we recommend Hacienda Bar at the Pullman Hotel, Circular Quay. For those on a budget, our hot tip is to grab the gals, whip up a cheese platter and set yourself up at a harbour-side vantage point for a boozy picnic under the stars. 


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New Years’ Eve is the perfect chance to take advantage of Melbourne’s infamous bar scene. From rooftops such as QT with sweeping city views, to hidden speak-easies like Eau de Vie, there’s something for everyone. Best of all – heaps of places offer free entry or entry under $50 – which means one thing: more $$ for draaanks!




Celebrate the biggest night of the year the best way we know how – by getting a lil crazy on the DF with the gals. NYE is the perfect opportunity to mingle with babes such as Michael Finch & Shani Grimmond at The Fox and kick 2018 off with a bang!

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Summer in Perth is all about making the most of the best beaches on offer – and NYE is no exception. Whether it’s a road trip down south or a hop across to Rottnest island, you can’t go wrong with beachside bevs under the fireworks!

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No matter where you find yourself this NYE there’s no excuse to not make it one you won’t forget! 

Staying at home this New Year’s Eve? Check out our post on how to make the most delicious DIY Summer Poolside Cocktails!

By Ellie Nicholls

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