Celebrate New Year's Eve on Clark Island. It's a beautiful island oasis in the middle of Sydney Harbour with superb views of the 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.
NYE event program
New Year's Eve on Shark Island is a fabulous way to see in 2019. Dance to the tunes of DJ Lex Deluxe, and be awestruck by the dazzling midnight fireworks.
SOLD OUT. Ring in the new year on family-friendly Goat Island, between the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Balmain. You'll enjoy uninterrupted views of the Sydney fireworks from this outstanding vantage point.
SOLD OUT. Bring the family to celebrate New Year's Eve at Bradleys Head Amphitheatre. With live music and entertainment, it's a great spot for all ages, with prime views of the fireworks.
The Mast Precinct is a relaxed, family-friendly space on New Year's Eve. Choose a spot on the upper road, boardwalk or grass around the Mast for different harbour views.
The whole family will enjoy New Year's Eve at Athol Lawn. Bring a picnic and enjoy a stress-free countdown to 2019 at Bradleys Head.
Nielsen Park, at Vaucluse in Sydney's eastern suburbs, has a friendly, festive vibe on New Year's Eve. Bring a picnic and some drinks so you can raise a toast to the old year, and cheer in 2019.
Elegant Strickland House in Vaucluse has lush green lawns and a great view of Sydney Harbour. Bring a picnic and enjoy the Sydney NYE fireworks from this one-of-a-kind, family friendly vantage point.
See out the old year and welcome in 2019 at North Head in Manly. You'll have great views of Sydney Harbour and the city skyline. Far from the city, it's a relaxed place to celebrate with the family.