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Hey there 2020!

23 December 2019

New Year’s Eve is nearly here and it’s time to celebrate the start of a new decade. Whether you’re looking for a chilled family event or you’re keen to party all night, there are plenty of options to be found in the Swan Valley.

Family Countdown at Vines Café: Where else can you get a pizza buffet? Head to Novotel Vines Resort from 6pm for a family night of pizza, wedges and dessert, with kids activities and a DJ playing all the top tunes. A countdown and balloon drop at 8.30pm means the kids can be home and tucked into bed well before midnight. And did we mention the pizza buffet?!

Deep South: Smoke it up at The Guildford Hotel with smoky BBQ eats, Georgia peach pie and Tennessee whisky bar. There’s also a Mardi Gras silent disco – just choose your vibe and dance the night away. This southern US themed party is sure to be full of surprises.

Dinner at Wild Swan: Round up your crew for a dinner at Mandoon Estate. Swan Valley asparagus, lamb rump and tropical fruits are some of the key ingredients on the menu, along with vegetarian options and a kids menu. Delish!

Honourable mention: Mandoon Estate is also hosting New Year’s Eve Summer Club on the Llawn with face painting, giant bubbles and a bouncy castle. Fill up on spit roast meats, pizza and hot dogs while the kids run amok.

For those with stamina for new year’s day celebrations, see this handy guide for venues and attractions open in the Swan Valley on January 1. 

 

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