Whether your business is big or small, everyone needs a little bit of a celebration when we finish the financial year. Check out these places around town!

Holey Moley!
Regular putt putt is fun enough, but when you throw crazy cocktails, wild courses and a pumping nightclub atmosphere into the mix, it makes for an unbeatable work party. Navigate your way through toilet cubicles, a game of Pacman and scenes from your favourite shows and movies at Holey Moley’s Brisbane or Gold Coast venues at your next EOFY celebration // www.holeymoley.com.au

See the Suns
What better way to let off the steam you’ve accumulated in the lead-up to June 30 than screaming with your colleagues at a football game? Without a doubt, the best way to see the Gold Coast Suns is from Metricon’s brand new Pirate Life Deck, which offers panoramic views of the field, great food and drinks and plenty of space to unwind with your co-workers // www.goldcoastfc.com.au

Lucky strike
Where else can you escape from a panic room, shoot your colleagues with a laser gun, jump on couches during your favourite karaoke number and battle it out on the bowling lanes, all in one night? Strike Bowling is a favourite for EOFY parties, and we can certainly understand why // www.strikebowling.com.au

Sip sky high
If your workplace is a little bit fancy – or, at least, your colleagues like to pretend they are – why not celebrate the end of the financial year at a rooftop bar? A few of our favourites are the Island and Nineteen at the Star on the Gold Coast, or Brisbane’s Eleven and the brand-new Fiume at the Fantauzzo Hotel.

Hit the arcade
If there’s one thing that proves you’ve officially hit peak adulthood, it’s stressing about the end of the financial year. Wind back the clock with a night at one of the fun arcades around town! Welcome to Bowen Hills and B. Lucky & Sons are two of our favourites.



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