Skip to content

NYE in Sydney Harbour

Important information

Alerts: closed areas


Updated: 15/07/2014 12:28 PM

Celebrate the biggest event in Sydney's calendar by viewing the world-famous NYE fireworks at Sydney Harbour

The New Years Eve fireworks in Sydney Harbour are always a magnificent way to celebrate the coming year ahead with family and friends.

Sydney Harbour National Park offers fantastic vantage points for a spectacular panorama of the city skyline and the famous New Years Eve fireworks display. Prime viewing from our Sydney harbour islands and foreshore sites will ensure a memorable night in a friendly and festive atmosphere.

Detailed information on ticketing and access arrangements will be available in August this year. Sign up to Naturescapes, a quarterly e-newsletter by NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, to be the first to hear about our NYE tickets, news and activities.

Wednesday 31 December to Thursday 1 January 2015, 1pm to 12.30am
Sydney Harbour National Park. See getting there information.
Presented by:
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Detailed information on ticketing and access arrangements will be available on this page in August 2014.

Getting there

Share with friends


Sydney Harbour National Park

closed areas

Bradleys Head improvement works (Ends Friday 22 August)

Work is being underaken to improve access from the lower carpark and toilets to the mast and headland. During this period we would ask visitors to follow signage and verbal directions from the work team. Walkers may experience minor delays or detours around the track whilst improvement works are undertaken.
Locations affected: Bradleys Head to Chowder Bay walk, Bradleys Head Amphitheatre
Constables, Green Point and Steele Point Cottages currently unavailable for booking. (Ends Tuesday 30 December)

New options are being considered for the conservation, management and use of these buildings. It’s expected that an announcement about this process will be made later in 2014.
Locations affected: Constables Cottage, Green Point Cottage, Steele Point Cottage

Bradleys Head view of Sydney Harbour National Park. Photo: John Spencer