Are you looking for somewhere to groove, have some delicious food and drink your favourite beverages this New Year’s Eve?
The City of Moreton Bay has it all! From family friendly disco parties to a relaxing wine and dine; there’s an event for everyone to enjoy.
Here’s a list of some of the most popular New Year’s Eve celebrations in Moreton Bay.
Wamuran Sports Complex Hall
When: Sunday, December 31 from 6.30pm-12am
Where: 84 Campbells Pocket Rd, Wamuran
Wamuran Sports Complex is hosting a New Year’s Eve party with classic hits from the 60s and 70s. There will be a fancy dress contest with prizes, lucky door prizes and the option to bring your own beverages. All proceeds go to support the Lions Club of Wamuran and its charities.
For more information, visit allevents.in/wamuran
Sunny’s Margate Beach
When: Sunday, December 31 from 5-6.30pm or 7-8.30pm
Where: 1 McCulloch Ave, Margate
Sunny’s Margate Beach is hosting a two-course meal for anyone looking for a quiet New Year’s Eve. You can choose between two dining times for either an entrée and main or a main and dessert.
For more information, visit sunnysmargatebeach.com.au
Ambassador of Redcliffe
When: Sunday, December 31 from 5pm-2am
Where: 41 Redcliffe Pde, Redcliffe
The Ambassador is open until 2am for all your New Year’s Eve celebrations. With live music from 8am to 12am, delicious food and drinks and no cover charge; welcome in the new year with style.
For more information, visit theambassadorredcliffe.com.au
When: Sunday, December 31 from 6pm-1am
Where: 99 Toorbul St, Bongaree
Cost: $22.49 or free entry
Celebrate New Year’s Eve with high-energy, five-piece band Bobby Longstaff Allstars. Doors will open at 6pm for ticket holders and at 7pm for non-ticket holders. Ticket holders will also receive guaranteed auditorium seating and a drink of choice upon arrival.
For more information, visit bribiersl.com.au
When: Sunday, December 31 from 5-8.30pm and 8-10pm
Where: 146/150 Morayfield Rd, Caboolture South
Cost: Free entry
Morayfield Tavern is hosting a New Year’s Eve special that the whole family can enjoy. The bistro’s ‘Superhero New Year’s Eve’ is a family-friendly event with dress-ups, face painting, $500 in family giveaways and children get to eat for free. There will also be cocktail specials and roaming canapes for adults from 8-10pm.
For more information, visit morayfieldtavern.com.au
When: Sunday, December 31 from 8.30pm onwards
Where: Irene St, Redcliffe
Cost: $35 (members) | $40 (non-members)
It’s the battle of the decades at Redcliffe RSL this New Year’s Eve. Dress in your best 70s or 80s inspired outfits and vote for which decade is the best. Take photos in the RSL’s photo arena and party all night long.
For more information, visit redcliffersl.com.au
When: Sunday, December 31 from 5-7.15pm or 7.30pm-late
Where: 6/10 Lakeview Prominade, Newport
Si Baby at Newport is hosting a New Year's Eve shared menu starting at $65 per person. The menu includes some of Si Baby's favourite dishes, including pizza, pasta and salads, with a choice of prosecco or Si Baby lager on the side.
For more information, visit instagram.com/sibaby.restaurant
Arana Leagues Club
When: Sunday, December 31 from 5pm-12am
Where: 247 Dawson Pde, Keperra
Cost: $20 deposit issued back as a dining card
Arana Leagues Club is spending New Year's Eve sporting live music, with Allan Cameron to take the stage from 7.30pm, only to return with his band from 8.30pm to midnight.
For more information, visit aranaleagues.com.au
Bribie Island Hotel
When: Sunday, December 31 from 10am-3.30am
Where: 29 Sylvan Beach Espl, Bellara
Bribie Island Hotel is open on New Year’s Eve, where you can celebrate the end of 2023 with your family and friends in a cosy environment with delicious food and drinks.
For more information, visit bribieislandhotel.com.au
Bramble Bay Bowls Club
When: Sunday, December 31 from 7pm-12am
Where: Corner Hornibrook Espl and Victoria Ave, Woody Point
Cost: $10 entry fee from 6pm
Rock into 2024 with local band, Aussie Aussie Aussie at the Bramble Bay Bowls Club. The show starts at 7pm and continues late into the night; with lockout at 10pm.
For more information, visit bramblebaybowlsclub.com.au
When: Sunday, December 31 from 7-9pm
Where: 8/14 Aerodrome Rd, Caboolture
Groove into the new year at Sundowner’s family-friendly New Year’s Eve disco. Book a table for lunch or dinner and dance the night away.
For more information, visit sundownerhotel.com.au
Club Pine Rivers
When: Sunday, December 31 from 8pm onwards
Where: 1/11 Sparkes Rd, Bray Park
Cost: Starts from $50
Club Pine Rivers is hosting a New Year’s Eve country night with DJ Paul. There are two types of tickets, basic and premium. Premium tickets include a premium canape menu plus a three-hour drink package for $100.
For more information, visit clubpinerivers.com.au
Sandstone Point Hotel
When: Sunday, December 31 from 4pm onwards
Where: 1800 Bribie Island Rd, Sandstone Point
Sandstone Point Hotel is hosting a relaxing New Year’s Eve event. There will be live music on the grass from midday, with the Oyster Shed beach club DJ playing tunes from 4pm.
For more information, visit sandstonepointhotel.com.au
Eatons Hill Hotel
When: Sunday, December 31 from 10am-2.30am
Where: 646 S Pine Rd, Eatons Hill
Eatons Hill Hotel is hosting its annual New Year's Eve glow party in the nightclub. Bring your glowsticks and dress in white for an extra glow. There is free entry all night and the DJ is on until 2am.
For more information, visit eatonshillhotel.com.au
When: Sunday, December 31 from 5pm-late
Where: 99 Marine Pde, Redcliffe
The Komo is celebrating New Year's Eve in style with live music and a DJ all evening. Book a table for all your friends and family for a night of fun.
For more information, visit thekomo.com.au
The Four Mile Creek Hotel
When: Sunday, December 31 from 5-9pm
Where: 260 Gympie Rd, Strathpine
The Four Mile Creek Hotel is hosting a New Year's Eve Sunday sesh, with live music from Neil Douglas. Sit back and relax with your favourite beverage and play some free pool while listening to some tunes.
For more information, visit fourmilecreekhotel.com.au
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