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Top Spots To Celebrate New Year’s Eve In Sydney Harbour National Park

November 9, 2015 Destination Global No Comments Email Email

unnamed (10)Tickets are now on sale for the biggest event of the year: Sydney’s world-famous New Year’s Eve (NYE) celebration.

Sydney Harbour National Park offers some of the best vantage points to witness the spectacular display of fireworks, with uninterrupted views of Sydney’s stunning harbour and city skyline.

A range of exclusive island parties and family-friendly foreshore events will take place at these unique waterfront locations, hosted by the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS).

Here are our top picks for an unforgettable NYE in 2015:

Garden Party, Clark Island

Clark Island’s Garden Party will be one of the most spectacular places to experience NYE in Sydney this year. With an exclusive island atmosphere and front row views of the Harbour Bridge and the world-famous fireworks that light up the harbour, it will be an indulgent night to remember. Guests will be treated to a cocktail on arrival, followed by a 3-course meal. As the sun sets, Sydney band Castlecomer will set the mood with their pop-rock, followed by garden party DJs who will hit the decks with fun NYE dance tunes.
Price: Adult $375 (includes ferry transfers, arrival cocktail and food)

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Fiesta, Shark Island

A new and unique event for 2015, Shark Island will be transformed into a fun island paradise for the Fiesta. Guests will be treated to a South American-inspired party with theming, food and live music.

With incredible views of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House, party-goers can bring in the New Year on an island oasis, and dance the night away to the tunes of Aussie electronica act Juggernaut DJs (Midnight Juggernauts DJ set) and Sydney’s Recess DJs.
Price: Adult $225 (includes ferry transfers) 


Bradleys Head precinct

Popular Bradleys Head, at Mosman, offers a range of family-friendly, alcohol-free venues by the foreshore to enjoy the firework displays. The Amphitheatre and Mast Precinct offer amazing views of the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and city skyline from a bushland setting, as well as live music, entertainment and food stalls. Athol Lawn is an affordable, relaxed space for families to roll out a blanket on the grassy lawn for a picnic and watch the sun set over Sydney Harbour, before the fireworks light up the night sky.

Prices: Adults from $30. Children from $15 

Be quick to secure your tickets to a memorable New Year’s Eve. To purchase tickets, visit moshtix.com.au. For more information about all the NYE events taking place in Sydney Harbour National Park visit nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/nye

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