New Year's Eve 2011
Stepping out in Bondi on New Year's Eve is an adventure - and like all adventures you need a bit of a game plan. It's important to know who you'll be hanging out with and where you'll be going...
Like Christmas Day there is a strict no-alcohol rule enforced by police throughout the night. This means you will need to find a licensed venue if you plan on having a few drinks. We've put together this little list to help you on your way!
Sold-out or not open New Year's Eve
It's important to know the places that won't be open on New Year's Eve
Shore Thing - Sold Out (beware of scalpers too - you need ID that matches your ticket to get in)
The Beach Road – close at 10pm tomorrow eve
Bondi FM – closed for New Year’s Eve
New Year's Eve Bon Voyage at Swiss Grand - Sold Out (tickets were $207.20)
Did you say PARTY? Tickets from $25 - $100
One of the best spots still available to party on New Year's eve is Ravesi’s overlooking Bondi Beach. They have tickets available to ‘Tomorrow’ New Year’s Eve party. You can call to book tickets on 02 9365 4422 - or just drop by and collect.
Party like a Local - A chilled out event in a beautiful location with gorgeous views! $28.10
Each year Waverley Council invites families to bring in the New Year at Dudley Page Reserve, Dover Heights. This event is perfect for families and includes free kids rides, food stalls, a licensed bar (no BYO) and relaxed family entertainment plus amazing views of the harbour fireworks - all in a fun and controlled environment.
Tickets are $28.10 and available here
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