Whats happening this New Year in Sydney?

Stuck for ideas this new year?

Let's discuss the main event first. FIREWORKS! This is a global affair and definitely an event that is synonymous with the city. There are so many places to view the spectacle, so it's just a case of picking that one that suits your needs/budget.

North Side of the Harbour.

Bradfield Park Milson’s Point.
Capacity: 5000
Drinking policy: Free-zone
Price:
Bradley’s Head Mosman
Capacity: 5000
Drinking Policy: Free-zone
Price $60 Adult $25 Kids
Cremorne Point Reserve
Capacity: 5000
Drinking Policy: Free-zone

South of the Harbour

Dudley Page Reserve
Price: $40 Adult $18 Kids
Macquarie Street Lawns
No BYO
Mrs Macquarie’s Point
19,000 can attend. No BYO.
Sydney Opera House (Obviously)

West of the Harbour
Birchgrove
BYO with a capacity of 5000.
Elkington Park, Balmain
BYO with a capacity of 3000
Goat Island
Only 800 tickets are available for $185. BYO everything.

East of the Harbour
Botanical Gardens
3 paying options
Lawn with a view
Tickets cost $270 for adults and kids.
The Point
Tickets cost $355
Midnight at the Oasis
Tickets cost $385, but you can’t beat that view. It includes three course meal as well!
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JulianG1 Dec 17, 2015
I know there are a couple of music festivals taking place over the New Year. Field day on New years day.
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