Want to celebrate New Years Eve by watching the fireworks but know you’ll never make it to midnight? Welcome to parenthood! Thankfully, us parents don’t have to wait until the clock strikes 12 to see the fireworks, with a heap of family friendly New Year’s Eve events happening around Perth, some of which will have early fireworks for those of us with young children who will need to get home to bed. Here’s where you’ll find these great events in Perth. Don’t forget – if you know of an event we’ve missed, leave a comment and we’ll add it to the list!
Lots of free entertainment for the whole family, including music, face painting, sand art, a photobooth and more.
Family friendly fireworks display at 9pm.
A Free event.
East and Perth Hills
New Year’s Eve Vines Café Family Countdown Vines Café, The Vines Resort and Country Club, Verdelho Drive, The Vines To book – phone (08) 9297 3000 or email email@example.com Website: https://vines.com.au
Finish 2017 with a pizza buffet dinner, starting from 6pm!
There will be plenty of kid’s activities and resident DJ from 7pm.
The family countdown and balloon drop will take place at 9pm.
Adults $55 per person, kids aged five to 12 years $39 each, with under fives free.
Mandoon Estate 10 Harris Rd, Caversham Website: See the Facebook event
A casual, family-friendly event with lots of entertainment.
Alfresco area with picnic tables, enclosed playground, live music, face painting, lawn games and food.
Family friendly NYE countdown at 7:30pm.
Kids New Year’s Eve Party at Kalamunda Hotel 43 Railway Road, Kalamunda Website: See the Facebook event
Giant bubbles, face painting and heaps of games and prizes!
Kid friendly DJ.
Early countdown for families.
Enjoy the fireworks and a heap of family friendly activities then be in bed well before midnight – sounds like a plan to me!
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