New Years Day: Australians awake to first day of 2022 after wild Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane parties


Australians have awoken to their first day of 2022 with some nursing sore heads and looking a little worse for wear following a night of wild celebrations to usher in the New Year. 

Tens of thousands of revellers were undeterred by rapidly rising Omicron case numbers as they staged wild celebrations across the country with some of the biggest crowds forming in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

In Sydney, organisers were determined to hold the biggest NYE display seen anywhere since the pandemic began, with six tonnes of fireworks deployed – around 2,000 individual fireworks – for a midnight celebration watched by millions worldwide. 

Revellers across the nation continued the celebration well into the early hours of the morning with partygoers slowly migrating to Bondi Beach and Surfer’s Paradise on the Gold Coast to watch the sun rise on Saturday.

Crowds slowly began to grow as the weather warmed up and provided the perfect swimming conditions for beachgoers. Hundreds of other residents have chosen to queue at drive-thru Covid-19 clinics as cases continue to surge with NSW breaking another pandemic record and reporting 22,577 new infections.

Sydneysider hits the beach as the first day of 2022 was marked by warm weather and perfect swimming conditions

Sydneysider makes the most of the warm weather to enjoy a dip in the surf as residents awoke to the first day of 2022

Sydneysider makes the most of the warm weather to enjoy a dip in the surf as residents awoke to the first day of 2022

This shameless Surfer's Paradise partygoer took a dip in a dress on Saturday morning - while his friend preferred to swim in his underwear

This shameless Surfer’s Paradise partygoer took a dip in a dress on Saturday morning – while his friend preferred to swim in his underwear

Happy revellers pose for a group selfie on Bondi Beach, in Sydney's eastern suburbs, as they welcomed the first day of the new year

Happy revellers pose for a group selfie on Bondi Beach, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, as they welcomed the first day of the new year 

This couple enjoyed wine and cigarettes while relaxing on Bondi Beach on Saturday morning following a night of wild celebrations around the city

This couple enjoyed wine and cigarettes while relaxing on Bondi Beach on Saturday morning following a night of wild celebrations around the city

Group of friends pass a wine bottle around as they celebrate the new year on Bondi Beach on Saturday morning

Group of friends pass a wine bottle around as they celebrate the new year on Bondi Beach on Saturday morning

Tired partygoers crashed in the Bondi sands in their tracksuits after what may have been a night of intense celebrations

Tired partygoers crashed in the Bondi sands in their tracksuits after what may have been a night of intense celebrations

A group of friends in fluorescent outfits decide to mark the first day of the new year with a dip in the surf

A group of friends in fluorescent outfits decide to mark the first day of the new year with a dip in the surf

A couple embrace on Bondi Beach as they watch the sun rise over the horizon on the first day of 2022

A couple embrace on Bondi Beach as they watch the sun rise over the horizon on the first day of 2022

Taking it easy: partygoers watch in silence as the new day dawns following a night of raucous celebrations in Sydney

Taking it easy: partygoers watch in silence as the new day dawns following a night of raucous celebrations in Sydney

Group of friends wind down celebrations on Bondi Beach with one choosing a unique outfit combination: a tutu and long sleeved shirt

Group of friends wind down celebrations on Bondi Beach with one choosing a unique outfit combination: a tutu and long sleeved shirt

Some privacy please: reveller sets up a small tent on the sand before passing out following a night of wild celebrations

Some privacy please: reveller sets up a small tent on the sand before passing out following a night of wild celebrations

A tired-looking group of of friends kick back and enjoy a quiet morning with drinks at Bondi Beach on the first day of the new year

A tired-looking group of of friends kick back and enjoy a quiet morning with drinks at Bondi Beach on the first day of the new year

Long testing queues have already begun to form at a drive-thru clinic in Bondi as Covid-19 cases continue to soar

Long testing queues have already begun to form at a drive-thru clinic in Bondi as Covid-19 cases continue to soar

The wild celebrations took a bigger toll on others with some revellers passing out on the sand as the new dawn rolled in.

Others enjoyed quiet drinks and cigarettes with one couple setting up a picnic of fresh strawberries and champagne.  

One group of friends decided an early morning dip was the best way to begin the new year as the revellers jumped into the surf while nursing beers. 

Celebrations appeared to be just as wild elsewhere across the country with large crowds welcoming in the new year in Melbourne. 

Couples were spotted sharing a midnight kiss as they enjoyed an intimate moment on St Kilda Beach.  

Crowds have slowly begun to form along Sydney's beaches with residents marking the first day of the new year with a swim in the surf or relaxing walk along the coastline

Crowds have slowly begun to form along Sydney’s beaches with residents marking the first day of the new year with a swim in the surf or relaxing walk along the coastline

Sydneysiders have turned out droves to relax on the sand and take a dip in the water as temperatures slowly warmed on Saturday

Sydneysiders have turned out droves to relax on the sand and take a dip in the water as temperatures slowly warmed on Saturday 

Beachgoer rinses off at the public shower as hundreds hit the beaches across Sydney on Saturday morning

Beachgoer rinses off at the public shower as hundreds hit the beaches across Sydney on Saturday morning

Sydney couple pose for a photograph after taking an early morning swim and enjoying the first day of 2022

Sydney couple pose for a photograph after taking an early morning swim and enjoying the first day of 2022

Sydneysiders have hit the beaches to make the most of the warm temperatures and cool waters on Saturday morning

Sydneysiders have hit the beaches to make the most of the warm temperatures and cool waters on Saturday morning

Beachgoers enjoy the warm weather and cool water as they take a dip in the surf at Sydney's beaches on Saturday morning

Beachgoers enjoy the warm weather and cool water as they take a dip in the surf at Sydney’s beaches on Saturday morning

Sydneysider pours champagne into a flute as she enjoys a quiet drink with her partner at Bondi Beach on Saturday morning

Sydneysider pours champagne into a flute as she enjoys a quiet drink with her partner at Bondi Beach on Saturday morning

Group of friends pass the bottle around as they took their New Years celebrations to Bondi Beach on Saturday

Group of friends pass the bottle around as they took their New Years celebrations to Bondi Beach on Saturday

A couple enjoys a kiss as they ring in the new year during wild celebrations across the country including Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Above, scenes at St Kilda beach

A couple enjoys a kiss as they ring in the new year during wild celebrations across the country including Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Above, scenes at St Kilda beach

Partygoer hangs onto the back of a moving sand cleaning machine at Surfers Paradise in Queensland on Saturday

Partygoer hangs onto the back of a moving sand cleaning machine at Surfers Paradise in Queensland on Saturday

Sydneysiders visit Bondi Beach and take photos as the sun rises over the horizon on the first day of 2022

Sydneysiders visit Bondi Beach and take photos as the sun rises over the horizon on the first day of 2022

Leave no man behind: Reveller carries her friend during a night of wild celebrations at Surfers Paradise in Queensland

Leave no man behind: Reveller carries her friend during a night of wild celebrations at Surfers Paradise in Queensland

New Years kiss: revellers share a kiss during New Years celebrations at St Kilda Beach in Melbourne

New Years kiss: revellers share a kiss during New Years celebrations at St Kilda Beach in Melbourne 

Midnight feed: Partygoers grab Hungry Jacks to satisfy that midnight food craving after a night of celebrations at Surfers Paradise

Midnight feed: Partygoers grab Hungry Jacks to satisfy that midnight food craving after a night of celebrations at Surfers Paradise

Couple kiss as they joined thousands of revellers to welcome in the new year at St Kilda Beach in Melbourne

Couple kiss as they joined thousands of revellers to welcome in the new year at St Kilda Beach in Melbourne

Two revellers take a dip in the surf at Bondi Beach after spending a night ringing in the new year

Two revellers take a dip in the surf at Bondi Beach after spending a night ringing in the new year

Revellers sitting on the sand at Bondi Beach following a busy night of parties and New Years Eve celebrations

Revellers sitting on the sand at Bondi Beach following a busy night of parties and New Years Eve celebrations

Taking it easy: a couple set up a small picnic and enjoy champagne as they watch the sun rise at Bondi Beach on Saturday morning

Taking it easy: a couple set up a small picnic and enjoy champagne as they watch the sun rise at Bondi Beach on Saturday morning

A couple embrace and share a tender moment as they experience the first morning of the new year at Bondi Beach

A couple embrace and share a tender moment as they experience the first morning of the new year at Bondi Beach

Surfs up! Surfers hit the water at Bondi Beach as they caught the first of the early waves on New Years Day

Surfs up! Surfers hit the water at Bondi Beach as they caught the first of the early waves on New Years Day

Revellers who accepted the advice that they were far safer from Covid-19 outdoors than indoors were rewarded with light queues and prime viewing positions for the spectacular show. 

Many of those who took up the best spots had come from interstate – particularly Melbourne – as Sydneysiders made the decision to stay closer to home. 

The party also ramped up in Melbourne despite a heatwave after New Year celebrations were scrapped in 2020 due to the pandemic.

After enduring the world’s longest lockdown, Melburnians were well and truly in the mood to party. 

This year, there were four dedicated zones at Flagstaff Gardens, Treasury Gardens, Alexandra Gardens and Docklands hosting street parties, outdoor dining, entertainment and live music before the midnight fireworks.

Revellers at Bondi Beach enjoy a subdued start to the day as they watch the sun rise over the horizon on Saturday

Revellers at Bondi Beach enjoy a subdued start to the day as they watch the sun rise over the horizon on Saturday

Family time at the beach: A family rest on the sand as they welcome in the new year at Bondi Beach in Sydney's eastern suburbs

Family time at the beach: A family rest on the sand as they welcome in the new year at Bondi Beach in Sydney’s eastern suburbs

Early morning run: A couple of Sydneysiders still had plenty of energy to spare as they went for a run along Bondi Beach on Saturday

Early morning run: A couple of Sydneysiders still had plenty of energy to spare as they went for a run along Bondi Beach on Saturday

Time for a catnap: Sydneysider rests on his back at Bondi Beach, in Sydney's eastern suburbs, after a long night of parties

Time for a catnap: Sydneysider rests on his back at Bondi Beach, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, after a long night of parties

The party must go on: Reveller raises a drink as they walk into the surf at Bondi Beach on New Years Day

The party must go on: Reveller raises a drink as they walk into the surf at Bondi Beach on New Years Day

Early morning dip: Reveller decides to go for a swim to cool off after a night of wild celebrations and parties in Sydney

Early morning dip: Reveller decides to go for a swim to cool off after a night of wild celebrations and parties in Sydney

Making a splash: Partygoer rides a wave into shore as they ring in the new year at Bondi Beach on Saturday

Making a splash: Partygoer rides a wave into shore as they ring in the new year at Bondi Beach on Saturday

Partygoer welcomes the new year with her two dogs at Bondi Beach, in Sydney's eastern suburbs, on Saturday

Partygoer welcomes the new year with her two dogs at Bondi Beach, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, on Saturday

Sydneysiders set up on the rock face at Bondi Beach to watch the first sun rise of the new year on Saturday morning

Sydneysiders set up on the rock face at Bondi Beach to watch the first sun rise of the new year on Saturday morning

Friends share a blanket to stay warm as they sit on the sand at Bondi Beach early on Saturday morning

Friends share a blanket to stay warm as they sit on the sand at Bondi Beach early on Saturday morning

Surfer tackles the first waves of the morning at Bondi Beach as Sydneysiders awoke to the first day of the new year on Saturday

Surfer tackles the first waves of the morning at Bondi Beach as Sydneysiders awoke to the first day of the new year on Saturday

A relaxed couple and their dog as they sit on the grassy hill at Bondi Beach early on Saturday morning

A relaxed couple and their dog as they sit on the grassy hill at Bondi Beach early on Saturday morning

Thousands flooded into the Beyond the City music festival at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl with acts including Jaguar Jonze, Hayden James, Pnau, Lime Cordiale, Ball Park Music and Mallrat taking the stage. 

On the Gold Coast, optimistic Aussies farewelled 2021 on the beach and welcomed in 2022 hoping for a much better year.

Also on the Gold Coast, millionaire OnlyFans star Jackson O’Doherty, 27, hosted the self-proclaimed ‘party of the year’ at his mansion which was attended by scantily-clad models, musicians and celebrities.

SYDNEY

Out with the old... Australia has welcomed in 2022 spearheaded by Sydney staging the world's biggest New Year's Eve fireworks display, a dazzling, technicolour extravaganza on the famous harbour

Out with the old… Australia has welcomed in 2022 spearheaded by Sydney staging the world’s biggest New Year’s Eve fireworks display, a dazzling, technicolour extravaganza on the famous harbour

Millions around the globe tune in for the world's first major New Year celebrations - and 2022 felt special with a universal desire to move on from the gloom of the pandemic. Pictured are Sydney's 2021 fireworks on the harbour, which dazzled the world only moments ago

Millions around the globe tune in for the world’s first major New Year celebrations – and 2022 felt special with a universal desire to move on from the gloom of the pandemic. Pictured are Sydney’s 2021 fireworks on the harbour, which dazzled the world only moments ago

A glamorous New Year's Eve partygoer strolls through Sydney's streets bare foot as she finds her way home after the wild celebrations

A glamorous New Year’s Eve partygoer strolls through Sydney’s streets bare foot as she finds her way home after the wild celebrations 

A glamourous reveller ditched her high heel shoes after a long night of partying in Sydney's Circular Quay

A glamourous reveller ditched her high heel shoes after a long night of partying in Sydney’s Circular Quay

Partygoers who were a little worse for wear made their way home after the fireworks extravaganza on Sydney Harbour

Partygoers who were a little worse for wear made their way home after the fireworks extravaganza on Sydney Harbour

Three police officers arrest a man during New Year's Eve celebration in Sydney, holding him on the ground in the midst of the large crowd

Three police officers arrest a man during New Year’s Eve celebration in Sydney, holding him on the ground in the midst of the large crowd

So long 2021! Australians were only too happy to say goodbye to a tough 2021 and welcome in 2022 with the best kind of virus - a shared party spirit and sense of fun on the last night of the year

So long 2021! Australians were only too happy to say goodbye to a tough 2021 and welcome in 2022 with the best kind of virus – a shared party spirit and sense of fun on the last night of the year

The signs of a year weighed down by Covid-19 were obvious with masks and smaller crowds than in the past, but Aussies still got out in numbers to welcome in 2022 across the country. Smiling Sydney revellers are pictured

The signs of a year weighed down by Covid-19 were obvious with masks and smaller crowds than in the past, but Aussies still got out in numbers to welcome in 2022 across the country. Smiling Sydney revellers are pictured

All white on the night: Sydney revellers dressed to stay cool in the city on New Year's Eve on a night of partying

All white on the night: Sydney revellers dressed to stay cool in the city on New Year’s Eve on a night of partying

A night spent tottering on high heels is enough to convince anyone that Prince Charming is there to help out. New Year's Eve revellers are pictured at Sydney's Circular Quay

A night spent tottering on high heels is enough to convince anyone that Prince Charming is there to help out. New Year’s Eve revellers are pictured at Sydney’s Circular Quay

Sydneysiders were in a mood to welcome in 2022 and who could blame them as 2021 didn't produce much to celebrate

Sydneysiders were in a mood to welcome in 2022 and who could blame them as 2021 didn’t produce much to celebrate

Sydney is preparing to host the world's biggest New Year's Eve fireworks extravaganza, undeterred by fears over the Omicron strain of Covid-19 and rapidly rising case numbers. Revellers are pictured in the CBD

Sydney is preparing to host the world’s biggest New Year’s Eve fireworks extravaganza, undeterred by fears over the Omicron strain of Covid-19 and rapidly rising case numbers. Revellers are pictured in the CBD

The crowds were smaller at Circular Quay but that just meant a better view of the world-famous festivities for those who werent daunted by the Covid doomsayers

The crowds were smaller at Circular Quay but that just meant a better view of the world-famous festivities for those who werent daunted by the Covid doomsayers

Sydney's 9pm fireworks display dazzled thousands of revellers who ignored Covid doomsayers and lined the harbour on New Year's Eve

Sydney’s 9pm fireworks display dazzled thousands of revellers who ignored Covid doomsayers and lined the harbour on New Year’s Eve

The spectacle of Sydney's famous fireworks display captivated the city and the thousands of revellers who ignored Covid doomsayers and headed out for a night of fun

The spectacle of Sydney’s famous fireworks display captivated the city and the thousands of revellers who ignored Covid doomsayers and headed out for a night of fun

Smaller crowds at Sydney's fireworks meant prime positions for those who made the effort on a warm night

Smaller crowds at Sydney’s fireworks meant prime positions for those who made the effort on a warm night

Sydney was preparing to host the world's biggest fireworks extravaganza on New Year's Eve, undeterred by fears over the Omicron Covid-19 variant and rapidly rising case numbers

Sydney was preparing to host the world’s biggest fireworks extravaganza on New Year’s Eve, undeterred by fears over the Omicron Covid-19 variant and rapidly rising case numbers

What's an Omicron? Sydney revellers get up close and personal as the party starts beside the world-famous harbour

What’s an Omicron? Sydney revellers get up close and personal as the party starts beside the world-famous harbour

Self-conscious Sydney revellers were keen to capture precious moments with friends on New Year's Eve

Self-conscious Sydney revellers were keen to capture precious moments with friends on New Year’s Eve

Sydney turned on a stunning day to go with its centrepiece, the gorgeous harbour ahead of its much-anticipated fireworks displays

Sydney turned on a stunning day to go with its centrepiece, the gorgeous harbour ahead of its much-anticipated fireworks displays

It was a second subdued New Year's Even on Sydney Harbour as the pandemic kept usually boisterous revellers away in droves. Friends (L-R) Danni Moore, 29, Tara Delaney, 28, and Sarah Kimberlin, had flown up from Melbourne for the fireworks

It was a second subdued New Year’s Even on Sydney Harbour as the pandemic kept usually boisterous revellers away in droves. Friends (L-R) Danni Moore, 29, Tara Delaney, 28, and Sarah Kimberlin, had flown up from Melbourne for the fireworks

The best seat in the house! Queues start to form at the Opera Bar directly opposite the Harbour Bridge

The best seat in the house! Queues start to form at the Opera Bar directly opposite the Harbour Bridge

Where once a million spectators would gather around the water's edge to see the city's world-famous fireworks display, this year's celebrations were low-key. Husband and wife Diana Mosquera, 32, and Omar Campos, 33, enjoyed getting out of their Sydney home

Where once a million spectators would gather around the water’s edge to see the city’s world-famous fireworks display, this year’s celebrations were low-key. Husband and wife Diana Mosquera, 32, and Omar Campos, 33, enjoyed getting out of their Sydney home

 MELBOURNE

Melbourne celebrated the New Year with fun, friendship and hugs after a day of soaring temperatures

Melbourne celebrated the New Year with fun, friendship and hugs after a day of soaring temperatures

The mood was celebratory at St Kilda in Melbourne on New Year's Eve as friends laughed and joked beside the beach

The mood was celebratory at St Kilda in Melbourne on New Year’s Eve as friends laughed and joked beside the beach

Thousands of Melburnians watched a spectacular fireworks display on the Yarra River a after a scorching day that reached 38 degrees

Thousands of Melburnians watched a spectacular fireworks display on the Yarra River a after a scorching day that reached 38 degrees 

Melbourne revellers looked delighted to say goodbye to 2021, in which they endured the world's longest lockdown, an epically awful 262 days

Melbourne revellers looked delighted to say goodbye to 2021, in which they endured the world’s longest lockdown, an epically awful 262 days

Yes, 2021 really is over... friends share a deep moment on a night of serious partying at St Kilda in Melbourne as they prepared to welcome in 2022

Yes, 2021 really is over… friends share a deep moment on a night of serious partying at St Kilda in Melbourne as they prepared to welcome in 2022

New Year's Eve is a memorable time for everyone, especially couples

The midnight kiss is an Aussie tradition that was repeated across the country again

New Year’s Eve is a memorable time for everyone, especially couples, with the traditional midnight kiss still a thing across the country

Over Covid: Melburnians glammed up to get out and and see in 2022, enjoying the biggest night of the year with friends

Over Covid: Melburnians glammed up to get out and and see in 2022, enjoying the biggest night of the year with friends

Friends walk through St Kilda after celebrating New Year's Eve in Melbourne after a hot day

Friends walk through St Kilda after celebrating New Year’s Eve in Melbourne after a hot day 

Who cares if it's been the year from hell? Melburnians, who endured the world's longest Covid lockdown were ready to party

Who cares if it’s been the year from hell? Melburnians, who endured the world’s longest Covid lockdown were ready to party 

Melburnians cooked in 38 degree heat on New Year's Eve so it was little surprise many stayed close to the beach and the water as they prepared for the midnight countdown

Melburnians cooked in 38 degree heat on New Year’s Eve so it was little surprise many stayed close to the beach and the water as they prepared for the midnight countdown

Melbourne's early fireworks at 9.30pm delighted young and old. A young girl is pictured celebrating with her mother

Melbourne’s early fireworks at 9.30pm delighted young and old. A young girl is pictured celebrating with her mother

Melburnians were keen to stay hydrated after scorching temperatures on New Year's Eve

Melburnians were keen to stay hydrated after scorching temperatures on New Year’s Eve

Melbourne split its New Year's Eve celebrations into four zones. Revellers are pictured getting into the celebratory spirit at St Kilda

Melbourne split its New Year’s Eve celebrations into four zones. Revellers are pictured getting into the celebratory spirit at St Kilda

Ready, set, go! Melburnians glammed up and got out in force to celebrate New Year's Eve although it was the hottest day for months

Ready, set, go! Melburnians glammed up and got out in force to celebrate New Year’s Eve although it was the hottest day for months

Cricket legend Shane Warne (right) enjoys a drinks break on a hot day with fellow former Australian players Michael Hussey (left) and Andrew Symonds (in blue hat) on New Year's Eve in Melbourne

Cricket legend Shane Warne (right) enjoys a drinks break on a hot day with fellow former Australian players Michael Hussey (left) and Andrew Symonds (in blue hat) on New Year’s Eve in Melbourne

The party spirit got to a few early on in the night after a searing hot day on New Year's Eve in Melbourne

The party spirit got to a few early on in the night after a searing hot day on New Year’s Eve in Melbourne

A blistering hot day in Melbourne meant only the most committed partygoers lasted into the evening

A blistering hot day in Melbourne meant only the most committed partygoers lasted into the evening

Melbournians were in the mood to party all day despite the heat

Melbournians were in the mood to party all day despite the heat

Revellers arrive en masse for the Beyond The City music festival at Sidney Myer Music Bowl on December 31, 2021 in Melbourne

Revellers arrive en masse for the Beyond The City music festival at Sidney Myer Music Bowl on December 31, 2021 in Melbourne

Pop singer Jaguar Jonze (pictured) performs to the crowd at the Beyond The City music festival at Sidney Myer Music Bowl on December 31, 2021 in Melbourne

Pop singer Jaguar Jonze (pictured) performs to the crowd at the Beyond The City music festival at Sidney Myer Music Bowl on December 31, 2021 in Melbourne

A glammed up crew of girls gets set for a wild night of celebrations in Melbourne as the city prepares to welcome the new year

A glammed up crew of girls gets set for a wild night of celebrations in Melbourne as the city prepares to welcome the new year

Melbourne crowds lined up for a night of celebrations at the Beyond The City music festival, despite soaring Covid infections across Victoria and the rest of Australia

Melbourne crowds lined up for a night of celebrations at the Beyond The City music festival, despite soaring Covid infections across Victoria and the rest of Australia

GOLD COAST

Gold Coast revellers raise their hands in the air as the clock strikes midnight on the Gold Coast and fireworks erupt in the sky

Gold Coast revellers raise their hands in the air as the clock strikes midnight on the Gold Coast and fireworks erupt in the sky

A partygoers welcomes the new year by climbing the famous Surfers Paradise sign on the Gold Coast

A partygoers welcomes the new year by climbing the famous Surfers Paradise sign on the Gold Coast

Sparkle, Sparkle! Young partygoers wave sparklers as they welcome 2022 following a tough year marred by Covid

Sparkle, Sparkle! Young partygoers wave sparklers as they welcome 2022 following a tough year marred by Covid

All smiles at Surfers Paradise... Optimistic Aussies celebrate the arrival of 2022 on the Gold Coast after a year to forget

All smiles at Surfers Paradise… Optimistic Aussies celebrate the arrival of 2022 on the Gold Coast after a year to forget 

Young Australians were in the moody to party as a year to forget gave way to 2022 and the celebrations began

Young Australians were in the moody to party as a year to forget gave way to 2022 and the celebrations began

Revellers came dressed for an unforgettable night of New Year's Eve partying at Surfer's Paradise on the Gold Coast

Revellers came dressed for an unforgettable night of New Year’s Eve partying at Surfer’s Paradise on the Gold Coast 

The Gold Coast saw in the New Year with the Jackson Doherty's 18+ white-themed 'party of the year'

The Gold Coast saw in the New Year with the Jackson Doherty’s 18+ white-themed ‘party of the year’

The white-themed 18+ event was attended by a bevvy of models, musicians and celebrities

The white-themed 18+ event was attended by a bevvy of models, musicians and celebrities

The Gold Coast's 'party of the year' was hosted by YouTube star Jackson Doherty

The Gold Coast’s ‘party of the year’ was hosted by YouTube star Jackson Doherty

On the Gold Coast, YouTube star and millionaire Jackson O’Doherty (pictured, centre) hosted the self-proclaimed 'party of the year' for New Year's Eve

On the Gold Coast, YouTube star and millionaire Jackson O’Doherty (pictured, centre) hosted the self-proclaimed ‘party of the year’ for New Year’s Eve

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