New Year's Eve

Everything you need to ring in the new year

The best viewpoints, outfits and parties in town.

To have the time of your life this 31 December, simply answer the following questions:

Where are you celebrating?

While Sydney's known around the world for it's spectacular New Year's Eve spectacle, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth also put on quite the show. Check out our destination guides for what there is to do on New Year's Eve in each city, including events and the best places to watch the fireworks.

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Celebrating in Sydney? Consider these.

Sydney goes all out when it comes to New Year's - and why not? Being Australia's largest city and the first in the nation to strike midnight it pulls out all the stops for the millions who come to see what many dub the best fireworks in the world. From cruises to restaurant parties, here's how you can get the best seat in the house to see them crack the night sky.

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What else will you need?

The midnight fireworks aren't the only thing that should be sparkling on New Year's Eve. Check out our guide on how to find the ultimate New Year's Eve dress for all shapes, sizes and styles. Then of course, let's not forget about the dreaded thing called new year's resolutions. They come up every year, but we have some hot tips on how you can kill 'em this year.

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