This year has been a crazy ride, but there are still lots of things worth celebrating. Whether you’re after a relaxed night out with the family or wanting to party into the early hours of 2022 (and kick 2021 to the curb), here is our pick of New Year’s EvE events on the Northern Beaches.

Harbord Diggers – Underwater Themed Party

Lunar New Year
Harbord Diggers

Farewell 2021 overlooking the water at entertainment hub Harbord Diggers with an underwater themed New Year’s Eve party. There will be roaming entertainment, live music, and DJs, plus multiple food options available across a range of cuisines.

Big kids aren’t the only ones who get to have fun. Major Fun is throwing the little ones their own party with face painting, dancing, games and more. Be sure to book in a spot at one of their restaurants so you don’t miss out!

https://harborddiggers.com.au/whats-on/festive-season

The Newport

Image: The Newport

A traditional favourite venue for bringing in the New Year, The Newport is casting off 2021 with a big celebration. Join them for a night of good friends and great tunes, featuring Barney Cools, plus 9pm and midnight firework displays.

Bookings are not required, and walk-ins are welcome. However, to secure the best seats in the house, book their NYE Pergola Package. You’ll be treated to a drink on arrival followed by a spectacular NYE Picnic Feast.

https://merivale.com/whatson/new-years-at-the-newport/

Harbord Hotel

New Year’s Eve at Harbord with DJ/producer GENERIK (Image: Harbord Hotel)

Goodbye 2021, hello 2022! Celebrate in style at Harbord Hotel with DJ/Producer GENERIK. This Aria Club Chart No 1 artist will be twisting the decks all night long. Alternatively, toast the New Year with a delectable four course menu and champagne in Harbord’s dining room. There’s something for everyone at Harbord Hotel!

https://harbordhotel.com.au/whats-on/

Northern Beaches Council Fireworks

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Once again, the Northern Beaches Council are putting on a family friendly New Year’s Eve celebration. The sky will illuminate at 9pm with a firework spectacular in the traditional venues of Manly and Dee Why, Frenchs Forest and Bayview at 9pm and midnight. For the first time, a new 9pm firework event has also been added at Lionel Watts Reserve. Arrive early for the best vantage point and don’t forget your picnic basket.

https://www.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/whats-on/new-years-eve

Q Station

Image: Q Station

Close out 2021 in style with a party at one of Sydney’s best kept secrets, the Q station. Sit back and relax on the Glasshouse Lawns, as you enjoy stunning harbour views and listen to live music by The Moon Hounds. North Head is one of the best spots to watch both the Manly fireworks and renowned Sydney Harbour fireworks. Top tip: Be sure to pre-order a seafood or cheese platter to pick up on the night.

https://www.qstation.com.au/nye-on-the-glasshouse-lawns.html

Bucketty’s

Image: Bucketty’s Brewing CO

Don’t miss out on being one of 200 lucky attendees at Bucketty’s exclusive lock-in New Year’s Eve party. You’ll be greeted by Old-Man-Bucketty who will show you to the bar where first round is on the house. Then settle in and listen to the sweet sounds of local artists.

As 2022 approaches Long Way South (pictured) will hit the main stage. They’re turning the amps to 11 with a monster 3hr set full of singalong anthems. Your ticket includes food, your first drink and an epic night of entertainment.

https://www.buckettys.com.au/collections/merch/products/buckettys-2021-nye-party

 

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