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New Year’s Eve Island Lounge on Clark Island

November 19, 2013 Destination Global No Comments Email Email

Escape the crowds and join the fortunate few to experience Sydney’s New Year’s Eve celebrations from the heart of the Harbour, on Clark Island’s exclusive NYE Island Lounge.

Located off the tip of Darling Point near Double Bay, Clark Island offers a clear view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and foreshores – and a spectacular panoramic viewing point for the city’s New Year’s Eve celebrations.

clarke-island-nye_backgroundA ticket to Island Lounge NYE at Clark Island covers everything, including ferry transfers to and from the Island, food, drinks and entertainment – and exclusive access to the best seats for Sydney’s NYE fireworks.

Receive a gourmet food hamper on arrival and taste from the variety of hot food stations set up for the evening, as the sun sets over the Harbour Bridge and the official festivities commence. With a variety of seating areas and its own range of music and entertainment throughout the evening, Clark Island will be an extraordinary place to experience New Year’s Eve.

WHERE Clark Island, Sydney Harbour National Park

WHEN New Year’s Eve – Tuesday December 31 2013.

WHO Clark Island will be an 18 years and over venue on New Year’s Eve.

WHAT Exclusive Island Lounge to experience Sydney’s New Year’s Eve celebrations. Food, drink, on-island entertainment, seating and transfers are all included in the ticket price.

HOW Tickets are $440 each, and will be on sale from 10:00am on Wednesday, 16 October 2013 at www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/NYE. Numbers are strictly limited; no children’s or family tickets available at this venue.

DIRECTIONS Regular ferries leave from and return to Circular Quay Wharf 2, with the first departing at 6pm and the last returning at 6:30pm. Patrons are advised to bring sunscreen, drinking water, hats, rain ponchos and warm clothing for after dark.

Note, the following will not be allowed into the park: tents, shade structures, umbrellas, sparklers, fireworks, candles, barbecues and pets.

Further information: Visit us on the web: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au

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