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Sydney New Year’s Eve Fireworks

Sydney New Year's Eve

Taken from Cope’s Lookout, Kirribilli
A good place to wait out the 16 hours to see the fireworks up-close. However, you are not able to see the fireworks on both sides (there are 3 main firing points). In my opinion, Mrs Macquarie’s Chair or an elevated viewpoint would be an excellent vantage point to capture the full glory of Sydney’s annual New Year’s Eve fireworks.



All set to Countdown to 2015 at #SYDnye

Sydney Countdown
All set for #SYDNye! :) One of the craziest things I have done this year – and maybe my entire life till now – is coming with a bunch of awesome pals to specially catch the countdown of a lifetime in Sydney.
Sydney Countdown
The thing I didn’t realise is – you need to come reserve your spot VERY EARLY in order to get a good vantage point. You have to get there before 3pm when the entire will be closed down to prevent overcrowding. Understandable for an event that attracts 1.5 million annually.
Sydney Countdown
We reached Milsons Point by 8am, but still not early enough. Some came since 6am while others started camping overnight, all in the name of fireworks. :)
All set and ready to go, wish me luck! (I must be crazy camping out under the sweltering Aussie summer…) Here’s wishing you an awesome Countdown tonight, wherever you are in the world. :)