When another new year dawns on Sydney, it sees an unparalleled celebration that pronounces a youthful vibrance. The midnight fireworks that light up the Sydney skyline on the new year’s eve is one of the world’s most famous celebratory events. And every year, thousands of people line up on the shores of Sydney Harbour on this night to witness the iconic fireworks. Let’s take a look at some famous vantage points on Sydney Harbour.
Despite being the busiest spot in Sydney on new year’s eve, people rush towards the Harbour to get on board a ferry or a cruise to get the best views of the most anticipated fireworks at 12. Ring in the new year by indulging in a spectacular cruising experience aboard a glass boat New year’s eve cruise in Sydney. With opulent interiors which give stunning 360° views of the fairy lit Sydney Harbour, the glass boat has gained traction among the locals and the tourists alike. Enjoy a perfectly curated menu served with premium beverages served to your tables by friendly waiters. On a glass boat, every seat feels like a window-seat that overlooks the beautiful Harbour, and since there is no overcrowding, an NYE cruise is definitely worth the price you pay. Book your tickets now to avail exciting early bird offers.
Sydney Opera House
The Opera House that sits elegantly on the Harbour has been a popular vantage point to watch the Sydney NYE fireworks. Catch up on the various events and shows held in and around the Opera House premises to ring in the new year in style. Make sure you reach the Opera House a few hours earlier as it usually gets crowded by evening.
Mrs Macquarie’s Point in the Royal Botanic Garden
One of the best things about the Mrs. Macquarie’s Point is that you don’t have to pay a single penny to get the best panoramic views of the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. You can simply head over to this spot with a picnic rug with your favourite people to have a kickass new year’s party, right under the iconic fireworks.
Bradfield Park, Milson’s Point
Watch the fireworks happen right in front of you at the Bradfield Park situated in close proximity to the Harbour Bridge. Every year thousands of people gather here to ring in the new year. The park is open to the public from 8 in the morning to 1 at night and is usually more crowded than most of the vantage points on Sydney Harbour. However, if you’ve decided to spend your new year’s eve here, there’s no doubt you’ll have the best time of your life.
Taronga Zoo at NYE
Does spending the new year’s eve with animals excite you? If yes, head over to Taronga’s Zoo to have a memorable new year. A wonderful place to be with your kids, the zoo offers a stress-free, safe and yet fun place to celebrate the new year.
Bid farewell to another year just the way you like it by choosing a place that caters to your idea of celebration. So, if you’re in Sydney for new year’s, you’re definitely in for a wonderful treat!
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