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May 15, 2021

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Food, drinks and disco at Harvest on NYE.

Celebrate NYE at your favourite location in the universe, the wild planet of Harvest Newrybar. Get ready to take off into the glistening aether of dazzling funk in the cosmic tent, where you’ll be taken on a journey into outer space by DJ Bonnas for a soulful and retro-tinged disco vibe. 

At the Bakery there will be a retro diner with psychedelic rainbow punch, Pluto pups and more, whereas the tent and firepit will be the scene for a cosmic feast featuring the star spritz and bubbles bar, the cosmic feast banquet and of course some Stone & Wood beer, and look out for the rocket pops. 

The third area will be the restaurant, transformed into the Lava Lounge with cocktails, cushions and popcorn cones.

7pm – 1am | $225 including food, drinks and disco.
email: [email protected] or
call: 02 6687 2644 for your reservation 


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