31/12/2019 - 01/01/2020 @ 12:00 pm - 12:30 am
393 Main Road, Coromandel Valley, SA, 5051, Coromandel Valley
New Year’s Eve Party at The Duck
Put on your dancing shoes and join us for some New Year’s Eve Party celebrations at The Duck!
Known as the destination venue for New Year’s Eve celebrations in the Adelaide Hills, The Duck is yet again throwing the ultimate New Year’s Eve Party!
Throughout the evening guests can enjoy dining from the A La Carte menu, including classic Pub Food staples, restaurant style meals and share plates. There will also be $10 cocktails available throughout the full day, as well as $55 bottles of Mumm Champagne and $60 magnums of AIX Rose.
After dinner, hang around and dance to the best music of each decade. DJ Antoine Jelk will be playing crowd favourites from 8pm till late. And of course, dress from your favourite decade for your chance to win a $100 bar and beverage voucher to spend throughout the night. Dress to impress if you want to win!
Book now and join us at this Adelaide Hills Pub for the ultimate New Year’s Eve Party. Book online via the form below or call us on 8278 7100.
Party of the Decades Includes:
- All day dining 12pm – 9pm
- Light complimentary bar snacks
- Best dressed – win a $100 bar & beverage voucher, winner drawn at 8:30pm
- DJ Antoine Jelk from 8pm – 12:30am
- $55 bottles of Mumm
- $60 Magnums of AIX Rose
- $10 Cocktails | Mojito, Cosmopolitan, Pimms & Bellini
A La Carte Menu
The History of New Year’s Eve
New Year’s Eve is the last day of the year and the day before New Year’s Day, which marks the start of a new year according to the Gregorian calendar, which was introduced to Australia by European settlers. Pope Gregory XIII introduced the Gregorian calendar in 1582. It was adopted immediately in some areas of Europe but it was not used in Great Britain until 1752.
It is important to note that not all cultures in Australia follow the Gregorian calendar in observing New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. For example the New Year in the Hindu, Chinese, Coptic, Jewish, Islamic calendars differ to that of the Gregorian calendar. Moreover, Australia’s financial, or fiscal, year ends on June 30 and the new tax year begins on July 1. – read more here.
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