Ice Cream Factory
Perth city’s ultimate party hub is set to launch you into 2023 with a bang. The Gen-Z hotspot is rounding up an impressive summer season in Northbridge with a Bar Pop New Year’s Eve event, filled to the brim with fun activations, epic dancefloors, a variety of bars and of course, a stellar mix of artist performances. Tickets from $81 can be bought at megatix.com.au
The Sewing Room
Calling all Spice Girls’ fans and Teenage Dirtbags because The Sewing Room is hosting a No Scrubs 90s and Early 2000s party for the folk who wish to bring in the new year while Dancing in the Moonlight. The Wolf Lane venue will be blasting fan-favourite throwbacks from artists including the Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, S Club 7, The Black Eyed Peas and TLC. Tickets from $23 can be bought at sewingroom.com.au
If you’re a fan of disco, dance and daiquiris, Hotel Rottnest’s Ultimate 80s NYE event is for you. Dance the night away to your favourite 80s tracks under the stars on Perth’s favourite island-getaway location. There will also be two fireworks shows, the first at 9pm and the second when the clock strikes midnight. Tickets from $79 are available at events.humanitix.com
The Old Synagogue
One of the largest festivals Fremantle has ever seen is returning to Esplanade Park for an epic 2022 send-off. The Gog Block Party will have five stages, a silent disco, plenty of food trucks, bars and a fireworks show. The final release of tickets ($59.90) are available at moshtix.com.au so get in quick!
We understand a wild night out isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. If indulgent dining is more your style, opt for The Reveley’s exquisite dinner package overlooking the pristine Perth skyline. Executive chef Ben Keal and head chef Julian Lim will serve up four delicious courses with Moet & Chandon as the sun sets on 2022. The set menu event is $120pp and can be booked via thereveleybar.com.au