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Countdown Begins to New Year’s Eve 2014

August 6, 2014 Destination Global No Comments Email Email

Sydneysiders can start planning for New Year’s Eve 2014 with tickets now on sale for a number of harbour-side locations including Clark Island, Shark Island, Goat Island, Bradleys Head and Nielsen Park.

National Parks and Wildlife Service Deputy Chief Executive Michael Wright said these Sydney Harbour National Park sites were some of the best spots to enjoy the city’s world-famous celebrations.

“These areas will offer spectacular views and a great atmosphere to mark the end of the year and beginning of a new one,” Mr Wright said.

“This year’s theme of Inspire, as led by creative ambassador Jack Thompson, will be reflected in the attractions and activities across the harbour, including at national park sites.”

Mr Wright said that the popular Island Lounge NYE at Clark Island will return this year, offering an all-inclusive experience for adults 18 and over, with food, beverages, entertainment and ferry transfers taken care of and included in your ticket.

“Clark Island guests will be treated to the unique sounds of OOBA Music, a live band and DJ combo including the UK’s Ian Mussington (Paul Weller, Groove Asylum) and DJ Big Ricky (d.i.g, eon beats),” Mr Wright said.

“There are also a number of areas that will cater for families and friends wanting to spread a blanket in a beautiful spot to enjoy a picnic and watch the New Year’s Eve fireworks.

“One of the best locations for those looking for a safe, family friendly environment will be Bradleys Head, which this year will be divided into two different precincts.

“The Mast Precinct will host a range of entertainment activities for both adults and children. The kids will be entertained by performances from the popular Lah Lah’s and My Friend Mark, and can join in the fun at a circus workshop.

“The Athol Lawn Precinct will be a bring-your-own food and beverages option without entertainment at a reduced ticket price.”

Mr Wright said ticketing for sites will keep crowd numbers within comfortable and safe limits, as well as providing a range of options for people looking for different experiences.

“If you’re thinking of heading to one of the spectacular harbourside spaces or islands of Sydney Harbour National Park this New Year’s Eve, we encourage you to book your tickets as early as possible to avoid disappointment.”

Tickets are available by calling 13000 72757 or booking online at the NPWS website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/nye

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