Greeks celebrate NYE in Sydney
Greek Australians in Sydney are spoilt for choice this New Year's Eve, with three separate parties in the harbour city
Looking for a Greek-themed party in Sydney this New Year's Eve?
AMMOS's Christmas party is sold out, but tickets are still available for their New Year's Eve party. Tickets cost $120, including a three-course banquet, La Fiesta Brazilian Show, belly dancers, and the Amnos Live Band.
To book call (02) 9599 5771.
If you're at Darling Harbour, head to Greek NYE at Dockside. The $170 ticket includes food, drink and a bottle of Chivas Regal per table, and features a DJ, bouzouki and magnificent views of the fireworks.
Book on 1300 117 118.
Also at Darling Harbour, Helm Bar is hosting Privelege, a Greek dance night for New Years.
Tickets cost $50, including two drinks, entry to the after-party, and DJs from such events as HOME's Mykonos Festival, Santorini Sessions, Enigma and Fashionista.
Book at www.moshtix.com.au
For a more gentle celebration, The Greek Orthodox Church of St Demetrios, at 120 Collett St, Queanbeyan, is hosting a New Year's Eve party.
The event has been run over the past 16 years, and Reverend Constantine Costakos said he expects up to 300 people. "Queanbean is full of very old families," he said.
So despite the music, dancing and DJs, the party probably won't go too late.
To RSVP call (02) 6295 2291
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