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Old Hollywood New Year’s Eve

Step into a Night of Old Hollywood Glamour This New Year’s Eve at The Botanist 

The Botanist transformed into a Hollywood Walk of Fame-inspired haven for an unforgettable New Year’s Eve celebration.

Guest dressed to impress in their most dazzling attire and joined us for an evening that was nothing short of spectacular. From music, canapés to a two-hour beverage package, this soirée had all the ingredients for an unforgettable night.

As the clock ticked towards midnight, attendees went down to the iconic Harbour Bridge to witness the breathtaking fireworks display then returned to The Botanist for a post-New Year’s cheers.

Date: Sunday 31st December 2023
Time: 9pm – 1.30am
The Package: New Year’s Eve $199 per person
Dress Code: Dress in your best old Hollywood outfit – think gloves, pearls, big curls and tuxes
The Cocktail style event included: Canapés,
a 2-hour drink package & DJ
The package will commence at 9pm with canapés from 9:30pm

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. Is this a dress up event?
A. Yes it is! We encourage you to don your finest Hollywood inspired outfit and get ready for some memorable moments.

Q. Is this a seated dinner or a cocktail style event?
A. This is a cocktail style event with roaming canapés from 9.30pm – 11.30 pm. We have limited unreserved seating.

Q. Can I see the fireworks?
A. You cannot see the fireworks from the venue, however there is a vantage point near Milsons Point Station which is a short walk from the venue. You are welcome to come back to The Botanist and keep the party going after the fireworks.

Q. What time does the beverage package start?
A. The package is available from 9am – 11pm. Additional drinks are available to purchase after 11pm.

Q. Do I need a ticket to watch the fireworks in North Sydney?
A. Bradfield Park/Mary Booth Reserve, Lavender Bay Parklands and Blues Point Reserve will not be ticketed this year. The reserves will open in the morning and residents will be able to go in and out throughout the day until they are at capacity, after which they will be closed.