Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Hump Day New Year's Eve

Hump day NYE in 2014. Peace Out.

We love Hump Day New Years!

Hump Day. Wednesday is traditionally known as Hump Day. It gets that nickname from being in the middle of the working week. Get up over the hump and the rest of the week slides into the fun of the weekend.  This year New Year's Eve is on a Wednesday. So it's Hump Day NYE. The awesomeness of this is that New Years Day is a Thursday & that is a public holiday. Hence there is just one more day until the weekend. And hey ... Maybe you can arrange to take that day off and you will have on your sweet little hands a super long weekend... And let's face it you deserve a super long weekend to see out the old year and welcome in the new one! So now you just need to think thru your plans of what you are going to do for Hump Day NYE! We've got all the best ideas and parties and with more details coming every day it's mint to checkout it all out.  There is no many fab events for this New Years. Check them out at Hump Day New Year's Eve events.

Wednesday, 8 October 2014

New Years Eve Accommodation Ideas

Premium rooms help ease you into NYE

Have you got Accommodation for NYE yet?

So ... you have started your NYE planning with friends and / or family.  Yes?  No?  We'll it's time to get the move on as plenty of venues and parties are announcing what they have on offer for the 31st December.

And then you know what will happen next ... all the NYE accommodation options will be booked out. You'll get stressed trying all the online Hotel checkers and your last years New Years resolution of ... "I will make sure I stay near the NYE party next year ... I deserve it!!!" will be lost.   Well maybe not that bad yet.

We've put together some ideas and thoughts and even some accommodation options in some cities like Sydney and Perth so far.  We'll add to this as we get closer so bookmark it!

Check it all out and get your NYE Groove on!   New Years Eve Accommodation Ideas.

Monday, 6 October 2014

Daylight Savings and what it means for New Years Eve

What timezone New Year's Eve are you in?

WOW... in some states of Australia we just lost 1 hour as the clocks went forward to make way for Summer Time or Daylight Savings.  Now that is not a bad thing as it gives us one hour more of sunlight in the states and cities where it is applicable.  But it can be confusing as who and which states are doing what?

Well here it is... Victoria, New South Wales, ACT, South Australia and Tasmania are all Summer Timers or Daylight Savers!  That means that these states and the cities of Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Hobart and Adelaide have all moved their clocks one hour forward.   

Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia don't worry about Daylight Savings and figure they get enough sunshine!
So that now means in terms of New Years Eve that the sequence of NYE in Australia will be ...

The sequence of party towns and fireworks displays in Australia will be ...

At 12 Midnight on the 31st December 2014
- Melbourne and all the towns of Victoria
- Hobart and all the towns of Tasmania
- Sydney and all the towns of NSW
- Canberra and all the towns of ACT

Then 30 minutes later ...
- Adelaide and all the towns of South Australia

Then 30 minutes later ...  (1 hour after the rest of the Eastern states)
- Brisbane, the Gold Coast and all the towns of Queensland

Then another 30 minutes  (So 1 hour after South Australia)
- Darwin, Alice Springs and the towns of Northern Territory

And finally another 90 minutes ... (So 3 hrs after Sydney and Melbourne etc)
- Perth and the towns of Western Australia

Simple really ...  Who said daylight saving was confusing?
I reckon we can still get to all the NYE parties in Oz in time ....   Let's celebrate!

See all the best events for New Years Eve and more information on timezones for NYE in Australia.

Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Pinch and a Punch - 3 months until NYE

Pinch and a Punch

Wow... quick before midday ... A pinch and a punch for the first day of the month. 
It's the first day of October.  Spring time is blooming! Then fast forward 31 days of October and 30 days of November and then the 31 Big Days of December to get to the Biggest party of the Year being New Years Eve!  It's not long now and we all know how fast time goes!  Enjoy! And bring on New Year's Eve 2014!

Friday, 22 November 2013

New Years Eve 2013 themes are getting in full swing

Hello Sailor for NYE!

With the release of details of more and more New Year's Eve events around Australia it shows that there are a fabulous array of events and things to do for all people.  Great variety from cruises to restaurant dining and then onto dance parties and themed New Years Eve parties.

One of the favs for themed NYE parties is the Uniform Party.  Here is Lucinda Nicholas getting ready for last years Uniform party at Euro ..... And girls is that a selfie happening in the background?

For all events and the latest make sure you checkout New Year's Eve Australia

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

New Year's Eve 2013 is only 11 weeks away

New Year's Eve 2013 Party Plans

WOW peoples!  New Years Eve 2013 is only 11 weeks away. The biggest party in the year to see out 2013 and welcome in 2014 is not that far away!
It's time to think about getting your friends together and get a few ideas on what city and where to go.
We've identified so far that for this coming year ... Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane are the Hotspots.
(Photo from Euro Uniform party in 2012)

For all details make sure you checkout the very latest on New Years Eve ideas and plans.      

Thursday, 16 May 2013

Tuesday 31st December NYE 2013

Where are you going for New Year's celebrations?

Where are you going to head for NYE 2013?  Yes, it's time to start planning your holidays for the biggest annual party of the year.
Remember your boss will want you work and your colleagues may also want holidays when you want to party! 

This year New Year's Eve occurs on the evening of Tuesday 31st December so maybe taking the Monday and Tuesday off to prepare could be a good call.

Get all the thoughts for early planning now.  See