Gold Logie winner Hamish Blake took some time to re-charge before hitting the parties, grabbing room service in his hotel room alongside wife Zoë Foster-Blake.
He couldn't be kept down for long though, and added snaps of himself alongside Scott Cam, Michael Wipfli and the second half of his comedy duo, Andy Lee, across the night. He finally seemed to crash out beside his Gold Logie, but took a minute to write a hilarious caption first.
"Night Goldy, yer a good bloke mate, you can sleep here," he wrote.
"I honestly thought I'd be staying sat Sonia Kruger's but OK," he captioned a speech bubble for the Logie.
Ella Ding and Domenica Calarco were among the first to abandon their elaborate dresses, slipping into shorter numbers so they could hit the dancefloor.
They posted snaps and videos from their afterparty, where they danced with their fellow cast mates Dion Giannerelli, Brent Vitiello and Al Perkins.
However, Al and Brent had to be up to do The Today Show this morning, and it seems Al didn't sleep at all.
"He's on his third coffee," Brent said on Instagram.
"He doesn't even drink coffee."
Abbie celebrated the beginning of her birthday as the Logies came to an end.
She climbed into bed for a quick break, taking to Instagram to ask if she should stay in bed or hit the afterparty.
After a quick tea, she rallied, and headed out to see Tony Armstrong, Georgie Tunny and Rob Mills on the dancefloor.
The singing star called it a night at 3am, snapping a selfie in the lift with husband Tim Campbell.
Osher stopped by the afterparty, meeting up with wife Audrey Griffen on the dancefloor.
"After party reunion with @audreygriffen and now it’s off to bed. Thank you Gold Coast xx" he captioned a picture of the pair.