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POSH NYE

New Years Eve is celebrated in many individual ways. Some ignore it, some welcome the chance for silent reflection, some seek to enhance the moment by going to the top of the mountain or a lighthouse; some like a community celebration; and some won’t be satisfied until they’ve spent two days with celebrities snorting cocaine off each other’s naked bodies.

If you’ve come to Byron from the ‘big city’ for the holidays, you’re probably going to be in the more laidback mode, though there’s plenty of stylish entertainment around here to help you to make a night of it. But if you’ve rented out your Wategos pad to holidaymakers and are looking for some way to (legally) spend all that money, Pier One Sydney Harbour has a deal for you.

With ‘uninterrupted views of Australia’s famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and the world-renowned New Years Eve fireworks, for only $499, the all-inclusive ticket will give partygoers access to all you can eat street-food-style stalls and drinks all night from the selection of pop-up bars. With Sydney’s best music providing the soundtrack to your night, New Years Eve at Pier One is going to be the party to end all parties!’ they say.

Photo by Jarrad Seng.

Photo by Jarrad Seng.


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