If you’re searching for a place to spend the final hours of 2018, look no further.
Here’s a list of some of the events taking place in the state’s North, alongside a few for those travelling south.
New Year’s Eve is expected to have the biggest Launceston BeerFest to date.
More than 250 unique, exotic and small-batch craft beers, ciders, cocktails, and wines will be on offer at Royal Park. Kids activities, comedy, and live music will take place throughout the night. Fireworks will take place at twilight and midnight.
- For information, visit launceston.beerfestivals.com.au.
Experience the glitz and glamour of Hollywood at the Country Club.
New Year’s events include a Blues Brothers Revival dinner and show, dinner at the Terrace Restaurant or Links Buffet, or partying at the rooftop lounge bar with a DJ and special guests. Fireworks will go off at midnight.
- For information, visit the Country Club website.
Grain of the Silos
Head to the Grain of the Silos for an end-of-year feast for a night of decadence.
A five-course shared menu and live music will take place from 7.30pm.
- For information, visit grainofthesilos.com.au.
The Penny Royal Restaurant will have a three-course dinner, and the Wine Bar will host cocktails, live music, and mixed platters until late.
- For information, visit pennyroyallaunceston.com.au.
Spend New Year’s Eve rocking out to the likes of Catfish and the Bottlemen, Vance Joy, and the Hilltop Hoods at picturesque Marion Bay.
The Falls Music and Arts Festival will run from December 29 to December 31.
- For more information, visit fallsfestival.com/marion-bay.
Taste of Tasmania
If you’re in Hobart, pay a visit to the state’s largest food and wine festival. General admission and waterfront seating tickets are still available for New Year’s Eve.
- For information, visit www.thetasteoftasmania.com.au.