Event & Wedding Services How To Party Aussie-Style By Eva Dunne Posted on 1 week ago 5 min read Comments Off on How To Party Aussie-Style 0 5 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Australian know how to do many things well. They host a fine barbeque, they surf like they were born to do it and they know a thing or two about a game of rugby. What they also do really well is throw a party so here is a round up of how to party Aussie-style There is definitely no shortage of spots around Australia from party venues Adelaide, Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane. Each venue has something unique to offer, so whether you’re looking for a glitzy rooftop shindig a tropical beach party or a summer garden party, you will find something that works for you. If you want all the glamour of a fancy party without the headache of running around doing everything yourself, hotels like Hotel Richmond which can be found here, are a great option for you. You’ll get to enjoy your event while the hotel staff handle everything and make sure your guests are perfectly taken care of. There’s nothing worse than labouring over an event for weeks or months only to have the night whizz by in a blur because you were too busy rushing around to take in the moment. Australians are also big time into self improvement and a rising trend among many youngsters is to host a party where you and your guests all learn a new skill. The possibilities here are endless, from pole-dancing classes for bachelorette parties to swaddle classes for stork parties. A really great idea for 21st celebrations is to hire a chef and teach all your friends how to master one dish to take into their repertoire and they march into adulthood. Not one is it a great gift to your guests, it’s also a bonding experience and you learn something new together. A bonus is that you will all get to enjoy a meal together at the end of the class. Another fun idea for skill-learning parties is teaching your guests how to mix cocktails. You can print out little mixology certificates to hand out as party favours with a few cocktail recipes printed on the back. All you have to do is hire a professional mixologist or bartender to show you the ropes. They will most likely have dummy bottles to help teach flares so your guests don’t drop expensive bottles of booze all over the floor. For those who are more active, or at least hope to be so, yoga, pilates or aerobics classes are a fresh new way to celebrate with friends. You can book a class at your local gym and have your guests meet you there or hire a professional instructor to come to your home and host the class there. Group exercise classes are a good way to bond with your guests as you’re all trying to achieve the same thing, albeit not equally gracefully, unless all your friends are fitness fanatics. Serve refreshing drinks of water with fruit slices and ice or fruit smoothies to your guests while you all decompress and stretch before a well-deserved rest.