Eugene is a passionate travel writer based in Brisbane.
Published October 17th 2014
How to make 2014 a year to remember
It's hard to believe that the festive season is just around the corner. If you would like to make 2014 a memorable year for your colleagues, clients and friends, then it's time to start planning your Christmas party.
Whether you're looking to host an intimate engagement or an extravagant affair here's a compilation five Christmas party ideas to help ease you into the process of festive planning.
Christmas party idea: cocktails in a heritage listed courtyard
The Chelsea Bistro's courtyard is the perfect space to host a cocktail party. This heritage listed function space is located at recently restored Barracks precinct. Guests can mingle beneath the 100-year-old fig tree with a glass of champagne and a selection of delicious canapés. The Chelsea Bistro caters for up to 100 stand-up guests in the Courtyard. A range of sit down dining options are also available.
An intimate Christmas dinner is the perfect way to celebrate with clients and colleagues. Nantucket Kitchen & Bar boasts one of Brisbane's best private dining rooms. This contemporary function space can accommodate up to 12 seated guests. They also have the stunning open terrace to cater for up to 36 people.
River Quay's Rivergreen is a hidden gem for functions in Brisbane. This gorgeous waterfront lawn is available for hire with an exclusive marquee featuring spectacular city views and the tranquil back drop of the South Bank Parklands.
Cove Bar and Dining caters for up to 350 guests on the Rivergreen with an extensive range of gourmet creations, including a diverse group dining menu.
Perhaps you've found the perfect location for your Christmas party, but there are no kitchen facilities. Dalton's Catering offers a range of outdoor catering options for picnics, buffets, or degustation style dinners.
Do you have any other christmas party ideas which you would like to add to this list? Comment with your suggestions below.