Experience an unforgettable New Year's Eve at the Clark Island Garden Party. Enjoy a 3-course meal, cocktail on arrival and live music. It's one of the best places to see the famous Sydney fireworks.
New Year's Eve in Sydney Harbour
Experience the world-famous Sydney New Year's Eve fireworks from one of NSW National Parks’ unique and beautiful venues. Choose between parties on exclusive harbour islands or family friendly parks on either side of Sydney Harbour. Fantastic vantage points in Sydney Harbour National Park offer uninterrupted views of the city skyline and the spectacular fireworks display. Get front row seats on Clark Island, Shark Island, Goat Island and foreshore sites like Bradleys Head Amphitheatre. Buy your tickets through Moshtix
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Shark Island will be transformed into a Caribbean party on New Year's Eve. Soak up the tropical island vibe, with food from Butter and Thievery, music by LUEN and an incredible view of the fireworks.
SOLD OUT. Bradleys Head Amphitheatre is a prime spot for families to celebrate New Year's Eve. Enjoy live music and entertainment as you count down the minutes to the dazzling fireworks display.
SOLD OUT. Count down to 2017 with the family at Bradleys Head Mast Precinct. You'll have access to the upper road, boardwalk and grassed areas around the Mast, with live entertainment and music to suit all ages.
Bring your own picnic and settle in for a laid back New Year's Eve at Athol Lawn. The wide expanse of lawn below Athol Hall at Bradleys Head has prime views of Sydney Harbour.
SOLD OUT. On Goat Island, near Balmain, you'll have uninterrupted views of the New Year's Eve fireworks at one of the best vantage points in Sydney Harbour National Park.
SOLD OUT. The view of the New Year's Eve fireworks in Sydney's eastern suburbs is spectacular. The relaxed atmosphere at Nielsen Park in Vaucluse makes it a great spot in Sydney Harbour National Park to count down to 2017.
North Head, near Manly in Sydney Harbour National Park, is a laid back location to count down the New Year. It offers a spectacular panorama of the Sydney skyline and fireworks.