What's left for you in Sydney nightlife with the lockout in the CBD in full effect? There isn't much chance of there being any change in policy in the foreseeable future either.
Without getting into politics how do you create an unforgettable party under these restrictions?
Firstly it needs to be well planned out and start around 3 pm. This is a good time to begin your party event. Not too early and not o late u have to cram everything in.
To take all the ball ache out of where do we go and who is going to organise it hit up Google.
You will find loads of party organisers that can help you sort it all out.
They know what's happening in Sydney and can guide you through the maze of rules and regulations.
1.30 am lockouts and 3 am last drinks laws are in force across the new Sydney CBD Entertainment Precinct.
The new precinct stretches from parts of Surry Hills and Darlinghurst to The Rocks, and from Kings Cross to Cockle Bay.
The new laws are part of the NSW Government's crackdown on drug and alcohol-fueled violence and also include an NSW-wide ban on takeaway alcohol sales after 10 pm.
New precinct laws include:
Lockouts and last drinks: 1.30 am lockouts and 3 am last drinks at hotels registered clubs, nightclubs and licensed karaoke bars. Small bars (maximum of 60 people), most restaurants and tourism accommodation establishments are exempt. Venues currently licensed to stay open after 3 am can do so without alcohol service.
As you can see they are quite stringent and if not followed by the licensee they will receive heavy fines.
This is why getting a professional to manage your event for you is essential when entering Sydney.