World News – AU – New Year’s Eve in Perth: where to go and what to do

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No doubt there are plenty of Western Australians ready to blow off steam and party by 2021.

Health officials advise us to maintain social distance – and not kiss strangers when the bells ring in the New Year.

Here’s our list of the best free, funky, family-friendly events in and around Perth this New Year’s Eve.

The Queen Street Flour Factory is walking down the rabbit hole with an Alice in Wonderland event.

Entry is free from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.. From 7:00 p.m. you can experience games on the roof garden, specialty drinks and a live DJ.

There is also a seated dinner party ($ 120 per person) and a Gin Wonderland Bar party ($ 70 per person, starting at 7pm). .

From 5 p.m., children can build sandcastles, play beach soccer or dance in the silent disco.

There will be fireworks over Thomson Bay at 9pm, followed by the late evening ferry departure back to Perth.

While there aren’t any special events happening on New Years Eve, Kings Park is always a nice place to have a picnic and watch the sunset – especially on the last day of the year.

Take a stroll through the Botanical Gardens and enjoy all that nature has to offer in the heart of the city while it’s still light.

The event includes five different stages and a silent disco that runs through the Newport Hotel, Federal Hotel, Benny’s Yard, Hugos, and the Paddy Troy Mall.

The CBD offers a variety of free street entertainment for all ages, including circus performers, children’s workshops, art installations, and lots of roving acts.

Dinner includes access to the aquarium outside of business hours, a four-course meal for two in the underwater tunnel, and the opportunity to view the exhibits – without the kids!

Joondalup Resort & Country Club is hosting a night of dancing, dinner, and entertainment for $ 150 per person.

The people behind Perth’s Urban Orchard are hosting a mega-event in Burswood in 15 themed bars, from the Gage Roads Beach Box to the Hogwarts Espress-O Martini Bar.

One for children and children at heart, the Perth Zoo stays « up late » until 7 am. That means, 30 o’clock – so you can see the animals at dusk.

There will be roving entertainment, including bubbler, stilt walkers, and musicians, plus plenty of food trucks – or you can pack a picnic.

Perth Zoo members have free entry with a valid membership card. General admission tickets are valid for non-members.

This elegant restaurant offers a decadent six-course menu made with fresh local produce and an award-winning wine list. End the year in style.

New Year’s Eve, Perth, fireworks

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