Celebrate the Year with an Office Christmas Party in Perth
It’s officially Christmas party season and that means it’s the one workday of the year where we go from nine-to-five to nine-to-wine.
Coming up with unique and equally fun office Christmas party ideas can be hard. But don’t worry, we’ve got you sorted with a collection of somewhat quirky and undiscovered office Christmas party ideas to do in Perth.
Inside tip: bottomless does not refer to the food.
Perth has an exceptional brunch scene, and a new development seems to be the addition of bottomless booze. This is definitely a Christmas office party idea we can get behind. It’s time to swap the coffees for cocktails!
Have you ever heard of a prosecco & aperol spritz fountain? It exists, we promise!
Witness this holy fountain in person at The Globe.
For $49 per person, you’ll get an empty flute for endless trips to the fountain, a peach iced tea cocktail and a choice of a sweet or savoury brunch.
Grab your team and do brunch the right way.
Wheel Spinning and Wine Class
Seize the clay with the Not Yet Perfect Wheel & Wine Pottery Workshop.
Keep it casual and creative for your next office Christmas party. No prior experience is needed, just bring your team, aprons and towels.
Enjoy a few glasses of red and watch your clay take shape. Make some Christmas themed ornaments for your tree this year. The best part (other than the free wine) is that you’ll get to take all your creations home.
Check out the full range of Class Bento Christmas Party Experiences in Perth here.
Turn up the Christmas spirit and bring along some staff Christmas gifts.
Go to a Roof Top Bar
We are a lucky bunch here in Perth, our office Christmas parties can be spent at rooftop bars soaking up the summer sunshine.
Did someone say all-day rosé?
The Hadiqa literally translates to garden in Arabic. Rosé in a rooftop garden? It’s a Christmas miracle!
Hadiqa rooftop bar offers insta-worthy city views, a spiced-infused menu, bottomless rosé, gin cocktail carts, rosed rimmed glasses, belly dancers, and roaming oyster shuckers.
This Moroccan inspired oasis is available for exclusive hire if you have a large team, and if there are only a few of you, simply book a table. If your team are a bunch of sun-loving, Rosé drinking people, consider your next office Christmas party booked.
Still can’t possibly believe it exists? Take a virtual tour.
For a team that prefers adventure over cocktails, try go-karting.
This office Christmas party idea overtakes the standard, offering an adrenalin-packed day.
This is a family-friendly activity, so if your team members have kids, they could all come along.
Mega Fast Karts offer corporate days at their Wanneroo racecourse to suit groups of 10 to 200 people.
Pro tip: Dress up in Christmas themed outfits to get everybody in the spirit.
Paint & Sip
This stunning, creative city has done it again.
This time with the perfect combination – painting and wine.
Cabernet & Canvas hold paint workshops at different locations throughout Perth, with the option of private classes for your entire team. Even better, they can come to your office.
Get your creative juices flowing, with the help of some other juice (wine). No artistic skills needed.
You are bound to have plenty of laughs, as you all realise you have office jobs for a reason. Of course, there will always be one team member that surprises everyone.
Step it up, by awarding the best and worst painting of the night a Christmas gift.
Go to a Comedy Show
Give your staff the gift of laughter this Christmas!
Experience a different office Christmas party this year in a comedy club.
The Comedy Lounge is a Perth favourite, with hilarious comedy acts and a stellar wine and spirits selection. The best thing is that you can book an exclusive show if you have a big team, or catch a standard show if you’re a small team.
For $50 per person, you’ll get a show, 2 drinks and food! Laughs, booze and colleagues. Sounds like a Christmas party you’ll definitely forget.
Still not sure which office Christmas party idea will be best for your team? Take it to a vote and let the best event win.