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New Year’s Eve in Byron Bay

New Year’s Eve in Byron Bay is a time for both celebration and indulgence, and what better way to indulge than with a long lavish dinner at one of town’s best restaurants?
Whatever your taste, be it champagne or cocktails, Byron Bay has something to offer for everyone on New Year’s Eve, from beachfront luxury to exotic flavours and unique culinary concepts, a romantic dinner for two or a lively celebration with friends, you’re sure to find the perfect dining venue to welcome the new year in style.

Beach Byron Bay, offers a toast to the end of 2023 with family and friends overlooking beautiful Clarkes Beach. Indulge in a three-course set menu with caviar and Grey Goose Vodka on arrival. $320 per person. Book via beachbyronbay.com.au.

Light Years Asian Diner, offers both relaxed yet stylish dining in the bustling Jonson Lane precinct. This year, they’re offering a share style banquet menu of all their most popular dishes. $100 per person. Book via lightyearsasiandiner.com.au.

Pixie Food & Wine, neighbouring Light Years, offers coastal Italian with a big city edge! Ring in 2024 with a four-course dinner paired with high vibes, delicious drinks and upbeat disco tunes. $130 per person. Book via pixiebyronbay.com.au.

Bay Lane’s Moonlight Hibachi Grill and Wine Bar provides a unique dining experience with a focus on Japanese hibachi-style cooking and a carefully curated selection of wines picked according to the lunar cycle. $100 per person. Book via moonlightbar.com.au.

Newcomer to town, The Smoking Camel, has a menu dedicated to Middle Eastern-inspired cuisine with a modern twist, including a variety of grilled meats, seafood, and vegetarian dishes. Not to be outdone in the drinks department they also offer a mighty fine selection of punchy cocktails and well-travelled wines. $80 per person. Book via thesmokingcamel.com.


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