Fantastic New Year’s Eve parties on Sydney Harbour

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Published: 04th June 2017
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There’s something about bringing in the New Year that gets everyone excited and rearing to party into the wee hours of the morning. The significance of that moment when the clock hand strikes 12 heralding the dawn of a new year has grown in magnitude over the years. And, so have the celebrations on Sydney Harbour! Every passing year sees celebrations and events that are bigger, brighter and amazingly better!

As a local or a visitor, you’re definitely spoilt for choice with myriad New Year Eve parties rocking the harbour shores. So, if you’re really looking to bring in the New Year with all pomp and gaiety, you’ll find plenty of rocking parties and great venues on Sydney Harbour to choose from.

New Year’s Eve at the Opera House

There’s a lot more that goes on at the Sydney Opera House than just the Opera! It definitely is one of Sydney’s most popular tourist attractions, but on New Year’s Eve it becomes a hub of cultural activity and a party venue for the fantastic celebrations that herald the New Year. The Opera Bar comes alive with great party music and spirits to liven up the evening as you enjoy an amazing view of the harbour events and NYE fireworks.

Family Celebrations at Sydney Harbour National Park

The Sydney Harbour National Park is a great location to spend the evening out with friends and family on New Year’s Eve. The party at the park comes alive with all the harbour events and activities and you can enjoy the experience as you picnic by the waterside in the company of friends and other Sydneysiders. With amazing harbour views, you’ll be able to catch the brilliance of the New Year’s Eve fireworks that light up the night sky like a canvas of colours.
NYE Harbour Cruises

If you wish to steer clear of the crowds, you could choose to spend New Year’s Eve 2015 in Sydney aboard any of the luxury harbour cruises that promise a night full of spectacular sights, great food and great entertainment! Be it aboard, the Sydney Showboats, Magistic Cruises or any other luxury cruiser, you’re sure to be far from the madding crowd, bringing in the New Year with a fantastic fireworks party! Most of these luxury cruises delight their guests with the grandiosity of the Sydney Harbour activities outdoors and splendour of the entertainment and party atmosphere indoors, pretty much guaranteeing you an unforgettable Sydney Harbour New Year’s Eve cruise!

A Great Evening at the Garden Oasis

Dance the night away and usher in the New Year at the Garden Oasis in the Royal Botanical Gardens. It’s definitely a much more practical and down-to-earth venue, but the Garden Oasis pulls out all the stops to ensure that New Year’s Eve on Sydney Harbour is a memorable experience for all its guests. A fancy three-course meal with champagne and a fantastic party atmosphere sets the tone for the night that ends with a big bang from the spectacular fireworks that erupts from the Harbour Bridge!

Sydney Harbour Bars and Night Clubs

For fantastic New Year revelry you can also check out popular bars and nightclubs on Sydney Harbour that throw some of the best parties on New Year’s Eve. These parties will have in-house DJs, great music, snacks, barbeques and drinks, and you can dance the night away well after the spectacular midnight fireworks! You could also choose rooftop bars that boast fantastic views of the harbour events.

Countdown to the New Year

But, wherever you are, the countdown to New Year 2016 sets in motion reflections and resolutions that take you into the New Year… the moment that all the events of the evening have been leading to! When the clock strikes twelve, the Sydney skies will come alive with the most spectacular fireworks display that explodes into a riot of patterns and colours, leaving spectators amazed at the brilliant work of art!

Check out the different New Year’s Eve cruise options at www.sydneynewyearsevecruise.com.au.

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