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Planning Your End Of Year Celebrations


It’s time to pull out those candy canes. It’s nearly Christmas! And just like this year has flown like Santa on Christmas Eve, so will the month of December.

First, make a quick list on how you’d like to celebrate 2016 with your staff. It could be something like this:

  • An outing on the last work day
  • Drinks at your favourite pub
  • Presents
  • A Christmas lunch.

Let’s talk about the last point – a celebratory dinner. Because hey, isn’t eating what December’s all about?

It’s time to get jolly…

You can have fun planning your Christmas lunch (or dinner). Why not deck the halls with Christmas goodness, to get your team in the Christmas spirit? Find a venue that gives you the flexibility to do this.

And coming up to summer, it’s a great time to embrace the outdoors. Your team spend most of their days inside, so choose a venue that’s open and breezy. A deck, rooftop or outdoor area is a plus.

Then there’s the food. Match the menu to the season. Barbeque, cold platters, seafood, desserts… Most event venues should have their own staff of chefs, so chat to them about your needs. It’s important to communicate with your guests about their dietary requirements and want they like to eat.

Ask us about our Christmas pack.

At Adelaide Hills Convention Centre, we hold summer events in a gorgeous outdoor area. You have the flexibility to customise your package to suit your celebrations. Whether you’re a small team of five, or a large corporate of 100+, we can accommodate you.

And if you think you’ll be celebrating with a little too many wines, take advantage of our on-site accommodation. Get in touch with us today to start planning your Christmas lunch.

Tis’ the season!

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Author: Discovery Events

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