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Happy New Year 2016 with confetti

Ways to Celebrate New Years 2016

By Samsung Australia,  29.12.2015.

The Christmas rush has died down and now it’s about that time to ring in the New Year! How do you plan on celebrating New Year’s Eve and kick off 2016?

Quiet Night In

If you've got a trip or other plans early on New Years' Day, take it easy and ring in the New Year with a quiet night in with loved ones. After all, it's about being in the company of those that you enjoy the most that makes celebrating New Years Eve so special.

Friends celebrating the New Years with a quiet night in

Beach Night

A New Years Eve night by the beach is a perfect way to relax and reminisce. There are plenty of beaches along the Aussie coast that could be the backdrop to your New Years Eve celebrations – the difficult decision will be choosing just one!

Friends celebrating New Years at the beach with music and a guitar

House Party

What better way to celebrate the New Year than with all your closest friends and family in your home? Keep the food and drinks flowing, the music pumping and have fun looking back on the year's best and worst moments! If you're lucky, you might just be able to catch a glimpse of the fireworks from your house.

Friends enjoying a New Years Eve House Party

Family Fireworks

Kids enjoy the New Year festivities as much as the adults, so make a day of it and take them out to enjoy the family fireworks at 9pm. There could be a fun fair and fireworks organised by your local council, so make sure to find out what celebrations are happening in your area. Some family friendly venues include:

  • - Southbank Parklands in Brisbane
  • - Kings Park & Botanic Gardens in Perth
  • - Darwin Waterfront in Northern Territory
  • - Yarra or Footscray Park in Melbourne
  • - New Year's Eve at the Bay in Adelaide
  • - Darling Harbour in Sydney
  • - Royal Park in Launceston
Fireworks for New Years on the Harbour