Photo: New Years Eve Sydney Harbour Bridge
Another Great Celebration for New Year’s Eve is planned, Come and Help Celebrate!
On the shores of the world’s most beautiful harbour for 2016 Sydney New Year’s Eve, the City of Sydney is preparing another spectacular celebration .
Sydney New Year’s Eve gets bigger and better each year and 2016 is shaping up to be one of our most spectacular celebrations yet. We look forward to sharing the show with Sydneysiders and visitors.
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The majestic Harbour of Light Parade, two fireworks shows and the Bridge Effect will light up Sydney Harbour, as more than one million spectators line the foreshore and millions more tune in to the live TV broadcast.
The Sydney New Year’s Eve fireworks displays are the largest and most technologically advanced in the world.
The New Year’s Eve celebrations will see more than 3,000 kilograms of explosive devices, including more than 11,000 shells, 10,000 shooting comets and 100,000 individual pyrotechnic effects fired from barges in the harbour and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The city has a whole month of events and celebrations ready for you. Check back regularly for the latest!
Pick a vantage point and be aware that popular areas fill up quickly.
Plan ahead if you want to go to the harbour foreshore and take public transport.
Remember not to take glass to the event and please PLACE RUBBISH INTO BINS PROVIDED.
To get the full multimedia NYE experience, tune your radio to 2Day FM to hear the synchronised fireworks soundtracks.
For home viewers: watch the live Network Ten broadcast of both the 9pm and Midnight Fireworks shows.
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Photo: NYE in Sydney.