New Year's Eve Sydney 2018/2019 | Best tickets for exceptional fireworks views

New Year's Eve parties, packages and viewpoints to start 2019 with a bang.

More than a million people flock to the Sydney foreshore ever New Year's Eve. And if you want to nab uninterrupted panoramic views and avoid the crowds, booking a ticketed package is a must.

Naturally, they sell out super quick. So there's no time like the present to snatch up yours.

To get leave you with lasting memories, we've outlined the most sought-after tickets in town to spend New Year's in Sydney under the fireworks.

Now all you have to do is get in before they disappear.

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  • Midnight at the Oasis: Complete with panoramic harbour views, this event features a 3-course meal at a reserved table and live band and DJ music to pump you up for the big countdown. You'll also get exclusive access to the Fleet Steps. Tickets are $440. 18+ only.
  • Harbour Hoopla NYE Event: Check out the fireworks display off the Harbour Bridge from the lush hill above the Opera House at Circular Quay for this all-ages event. There will be funfair games, circus performers and a range of food options included. You'll also get exclusive access to Tarpeian Way. Tickets are $335.
  • Lawn With A View: Mark your place on Bennelong Lawn with a picnic blanket in hand and the kids in tow for a relaxing New Year's Eve. You'll get exclusive access to Bennelong Park and your spot includes a gourmet hamper to feast on. Because no one should have to cook tonight. Tickets are $360.83.
  • New Year's Eve Botanic Garden Party: Surrounded by greenery, join a garden party at The Calyx in the Royal Botanic Gardens filled with live entertainment, complimentary drinks a range of nibbles and desserts and an exclusive vantage point of the fireworks display. Tickets from $595.
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Celebrate with a New Year's Eve party in the Royal Botanic Gardens from Experience Oz

Enjoy a vibrant setting right in Sydney's stunning harbour while you celebrate New Year's eve.

  • Inclusions: Express entry to The Calyx , free flowing premium beverages and more.
  • Date: 31 December 2018.
  • Location: The Calyx is located in Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, Mrs Macquaries Rd

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Sydney Opera House ticketed events:

  • Bennelong: Feast on canapés followed by a five-course dinner by Peter Gilmore that's paired with matching wines, all within the Opera House's sails. Tickets from $1,590 per person.
  • Opera Bar: Welcome the New Year on Darling Harbour foreshore almost directly under the sails of the Opera House. The 18+ only event is still being finalised. Details TBC.
  • Opera Gala: Sit back and watch some of opera's most famous arias on stage in the Opera House's Concert Hall, with favourites by Verdi, Puccini and Rossini. This show also gives the chance to watch both the 9pm and midnight fireworks. Tickets from $199.
  • La Boheme: Set among the fishnets of 1930s Berlin, this operetta that burns with the fire of romance and jealousy. Try to hold back your tears. Tickets from $199.

For more information and to get tickets for La Boheme and Opera Gala, check out our main page about the event.

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New Year's Eve party at Sydney Opera Hosue with food and beverages from Viator

See all the actions for New Year's Eve whilst enjoying some French Champagne, beers and wines along with canapes and substantial grazing stations at Portside Restaurant which sits under the Sydney Opera House.

  • Live entertainment with Sydney's hottest DJs
  • Unobstructed views of Sydney's fireworks

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Popular ticketed reserves and vantage points

  • NYE at Bradleys Head: Mast Precinct: Nearby to the Athol Lawn, the Mast Precinct offers access to the upper road, boardwalk and grassy areas near the Mast. There will be live entertainment and music and food available for purchase. Starts from 3pm. Tickets from $53.52 for adults, $28.04 for children, $119.79 for a family of two adults and two children, free for children younger than five.
  • NYE at Bradleys Head: Athol Lawn: On the Mosman foreshore, Bradley's Head has excellent views of the harbour and is an affordable North Shore option. Food is available for purchase, alcohol is prohibited. Starts from 3pm. Tickets from $38.23 for adults, $22.43 for children 5-15, $89.21 for a family of two adults and two children, free for children younger than five.
  • New Year's Eve at Barangaroo Reserve: One of the newest places you can watch the big show from, Barangaroo is limited to ticketholders only. But at an affordable $41.80 a ticket, it's an ideal spot for an evening picnic to kick off the New Year. There's also food and drink for sale. Tickets from $41.80 for adults, $18.90 for students and seniors, $5.65 for children.
  • Dudley Page Reserve: One that's great for the kids and for the wallet, with tickets from just $18.35 a pop for children 5-16 years old. The child-friendly event has free jumping castle and facepainting. There's room on the lawn to bring your own picnic and there's a bar on site. Starts at 6pm. Tickets are $38.80 for adults and $18.35 for children and seniors.

Popular ticketed island parties

  • New Year's Eve at Goat Island: Take in the view from the west side of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from Goat Island, near Balmain. Ferries to the island depart at 6:30pm and 7:15pm. Tickets from $216.64 for adults, $145.28 for children.
  • Shark Island: Have a vibrant start to the new year at this island party, with music provided by DJ Lexe Deluxe spinning funk and soul and dining on gourmet eats (for sale) like New York style hot dogs and nachos. Ferries to the island depart at 6:15pm and 7pm. Tickets from $247.23 for adults, $175.86 for children 5-16, free for children younger than five.
  • Cockatoo Island Glamping and Camping: Spending a nights on Cockatoo Island over New Year's Eve with epic views of the fireworks costs less than some of these events and you don't have to worry about getting on public transport or into a taxi after the fireworks are done. Tickets from $650 for up to 6 people.
  • Clark Island Garden Party: Join the garden party on Clark Island, located in Sydney Harbour near Darling Point. Partygoers will get a 3-course meal and a cocktail on arrival, not to mention epic views of the fireworks. Ferries to the island depart at 6pm and 6:45pm. Tickets from $410.35 for adults, $252.33 for children 5-15, free for children younger than five.

Popular ticketed parties

  • Cruise Bar: Sitting right underneath the Harbour Bridge with pristine views over the harbour, Cruise Bar comes alive with the sound of Aussie DJs, the Stafford Brothers, glasses of sparkling clinking in celebration and food stands to be reckoned with. General admission tickets from $99, VIP tickets which grant access to the rooftop and include food and drinks from $349.
  • Harbour Party NYE 2018 at Luna Park: Ride all of the rides and then party your way into the new year with The Veronicas, Nicole Millar, KLP, Purple Sneakers DJs and Nat Conway. Rides will be open until 1am and the park will be open until 3am at this 18+ event. Tickets from $129 for General Admission tickets. Food and beverage packages start from $439pp.
  • New Year's Eve at Pier One Sydney Harbour: Unrivalled views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge are what you'll get at this hotel on a pier, just below the fireworks site. This all-inclusive event includes entertainment and unlimited food and drink. Tickets from $499.
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Popular free vantage points for the New Year's Eve fireworks

Sydney Harbour has dozens of prime fireworks viewing areas scattered along Circular Quay, Darling Harbour, Balmain and the North Shore, to name a few. While the official spots for 2018/2019 haven't been announced yet, here's the main vantage points for 2017/2018 to get an idea of what to expect come December.

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Location Capacity Food and drink Where is it? When does it open? What you'll see
Barangaroo Reserve 10,000 Food and drink for sale. BYO prohibited. Millers Point 6:00 PM Views of Sydney Harbour Bridge, Balmain, Goat Island and Balls Head Point.
Birchgrove Park 5,000 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Birchgrove 8:00 AM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, no views of the Opera House.
Blues Point Reserve 5,000 Food for sale. Alcohol prohibited. McMahons Point 4:00 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Bradfield Park 35,000 Food for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Milsons Point 8:00 AM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and partial views of the Opera House from the park below the bridge on the north shore.
Bradleys Head: Athol Lawn 2,500 Food for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Mosman 3:00 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and partial views of the Opera House.
Bradleys Head: Mast Precint 1,600 Food for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Mosman 3:00 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and partial views of the Opera House.
Cahill Expressway 3,000 Food for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Circular Quay 6:00 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and partial views of the Opera House.
Campbells Cove 6,000 Food for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Hickson Road 9:30 AM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House from the steps next to the Park Hyatt Hotel.
Clark Island 480 Food and drink for sale. BYO prohibited. Clark Island 6:00 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Cremorne Point 7,000 Food for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Cremorne Point 1:00 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House from across the harbour.
Darling Harbour 40,000 Food for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Darling Harbour 11:00 AM Views of the Darling Harbour and Cockle Bay fireworks. No views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge or Opera House.
Dawes Point (Tar-Ra) Park 38,000 Food for sale. Alcohol prohibited. The Rocks 12:30 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House from the grass next to the south end of the bridge.
Dudley Page Reserve 2,500 Food for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Dover Heights 6:00 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.
Duff Reserve 100 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Point Piper 12:00 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Dumaresq Reserve 250 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Rose Bay 3:00 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
East Circular Quay 6,000 Food for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Circular Quay 9:00 AM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Elkington Park 3,000 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Balmain 8:00 AM No views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge or Opera House. Fireworks in the air and from barges can be seen.
Embarkation Park 700 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Potts Point 6:00 PM Partial views of Sydney Harbour Bridge from some parts of the park, no views of the Opera House. Fireworks in the air and from barges can be seen.
Illoura Reserve 2,850 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Balmain East 8:00 AM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from the east, no view of the Opera House.
Lookes Avenue Reserve 1,000 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Balmain East 8:00 AM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from the east, no view of the Opera House.
Manly Cove 15,000 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Manly 5:00 PM No views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge or Opera House. Fireworks in the air can be seen.
Manns Point 2,000 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Greenwich 3:30 PM Partial views of Sydney Harbour Bridge from some parts of the park, no views of the Opera House. Fireworks in the air and from barges can be seen.
Mary Booth Reserve 4,500 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Kirribilli 8:00 AM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House from the north shore.
McKell Park 1,000 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Darling Point 12:00 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from the east, no view of the Opera House.
Mort Bay Park 3,000 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Birchgrove 8:00 AM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from the west, no view of the Opera House.
Mrs Macquaries Point 14,000 Food and drink for sale. BYO prohibited. Mrs Macquaries Point 10:00 AM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House from the east.
Murray Rose Pool and Blackburn Gardens 500 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Double Bay 2:00 PM No views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge or Opera House. Fireworks in the air and from barges can be seen.
North Head 2,000 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Manly 5:30 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour and city skyline.
Observatory Hill Park 4,500 Food for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Millers Point 12:00 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from the behind, no view of the Opera House.
Pirrama Park 15,000 Food and drink for sale. BYO prohibited. Pyrmont 2:00 PM Views of Sydney Harbour Bridge from some parts of the park, no views of the Opera House. Fireworks in the air and from barges can be seen.
Pirrama Park: Wharf viewing 650 Food and drink for sale. BYO prohibited. Pyrmont 3:30 PM Views of Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Pyrmont Bay Park 10,000 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Pyrmont 1:30 PM Partial views of Sydney Harbour Bridge from some parts of the park, no views of the Opera House. Fireworks in the air and from barges can be seen.
Robertson Park 500 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Watsons Bay 12:00 PM Partial views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Rose Bay Foreshore 100 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Rose Bay 2:00 PM Partial views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Royal Botanic Garden: Calyx 300 Food and drink for sale. BYO prohibited. Calyx 7:30 PM No views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge or Opera House. Fireworks in the air can be seen.
Royal Botanic Garden: Harbour Hoopla 3,050 Food and drink for sale. BYO prohibited. Tarpeian Way 6:00 PM No views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge or Opera House. Fireworks in the air can be seen.
Royal Botanic Garden: Lawn with the view 960 Food and drink for sale. BYO prohibited. Bennelong Lawn 7:00 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
Royal Botanic Garden: The Point 800 Food and drink for sale. BYO prohibited. Mrs Macquaries Point 5:30 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
Rushcutters Bay Park 2,000 Food for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Darling Point 12:00 PM No views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge or Opera House. Fireworks in the air and from barges can be seen.
Shark Island 780 Food and drink for sale. BYO prohibited. Sydney Harbour 6:15 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
Simmons Point 300 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Balmain East 10:00 AM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from the west, no view of the Opera House.
Sydney Opera House 7,000 Food and drink for sale. BYO prohibited. Bennelong Point 7:30 AM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from the Opera House.
Taronga Zoo 2,300 Food and drink for sale. BYO prohibited. Mosman 6:00 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
The Rocks 40,000 Food for sale. Alcohol prohibited. The Rocks 12:00 PM Partial views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Thornton Park 1,000 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Balmain East 3:30 PM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from the west, no view of the Opera House.
Yarranabbe Park 10,000 Food for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Darling Point 12:00 PM Views of the city and Sydney Harbour Bridge from the east, no view of the Opera House.
Yurulbin Park 200 No food or drink for sale. Alcohol prohibited. Birchgrove 8:00 AM Views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from the west, no view of the Opera House.

Getting around: Sydney New Year's Eve Road closures and public transport options:

While lines for transport leaving the city centre are often long, New Year's Eve is still a night to leave your car at home if you can.

Information about public transport hasn't been released for this year yet, but here's what the go was last year (2017):

  • 4,500 extra transport services, including an additional 1,000 trains, will be running on New Year's Eve
  • Circular Quay station will be closed from 6pm-1am and Milsons Point station will be closed to city-bound travellers from 6pm-12am.
  • Buses replace light rail services from 2:30pm-4am
  • Ferries will stop running on New Year's Eve from 8pm-12:45am and Transport NSW expects services to fill up, so plan to travel early.
  • Uber surcharges were very high last year, so be extra careful in checking the rate before booking a car.
  • Road closures start from 11am: Cahill Expressway will close to traffic from 11am and roads in The Rocks will close from 2pm, Anzac Bridge and the Western Distributor will be closed between 8:30pm-9:30pm and again from 11:30pm-1:30am. The Harbour Bridge is closed to walkers and cyclists from 6pm- and traffic from 11pm-1:30am. All streets in the CBD north from Liverpool Street will be closed from 11pm.

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    NAHARUDDINSeptember 3, 2018

    When can I book tickets for Sydney Opera House Gala New Year 2019?

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      JoelSeptember 4, 2018

      Hi Naharuddin,

      Thanks for leaving a question on finder.

      Tickets for Premium, A-, B- and C-Reserve seats for both La Bohème and Opera Gala can be purchased right here. Just click on the seats you’d like to purchase above and you’ll be able to complete your order.

      Cheers,
      Joel

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    MeriPNGAugust 28, 2018

    Hi

    I am travelling with my daughters to see/experience Sydney NYE 2018/2019.It’s their first trip overseas. I would like to find a family friendly place with a good vantage point. We don’t mind joining the long queues just to get a good spot. Our accommodation is in Arncliffe so I guess we will need to travel in early. So any vantage point on the side of the bridge we will be staying in would be good.

    Thanks

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      JoshuaAugust 29, 2018Staff

      Hi MeriPNG,

      Thanks for getting in touch with finder. I hope all is well with you. :)

      Since there are a lot of options for you to see or experience Sydney’s New Year’s Eve, it would be a good idea to explore our page, specifically the map you will find above as it outlines the different vantage points. Take into consideration your personal needs, preference, and budget when looking for a place to stay as well.

      I hope this helps. Should you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to reach us out again.

      Have a wonderful day!

      Cheers,
      Joshua

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    RonaDecember 8, 2017

    I am looking to find out when/where tickets go on sale for the fireworks at Sydney harbour for new year 2018/2019? I would be buying online from the UK.

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      LouDecember 25, 2017Staff

      Hi Rona,

      Thanks for your question.

      You are already on the right page where you may check for ticket deals for the New Year’s Eve fireworks views in Sydney.
      You can click the “Get Deal” button on the page if you want to check the details of a particular deal. And yes, you may book online even if you are from the UK.

      Cheers,
      Anndy

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    ScottOctober 12, 2016

    Hi, I am looking for somewhere in Sydney for NYE and wondered if there is any free areas and BYO alcohol?

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      StephanieOctober 14, 2016Staff

      Hi Scott,
      Thanks for your question.
      The list of vantage points for the 2017 fireworks has not yet been released, however last year certain points such as Neilson Park, Elkington Park and Goat Island allowed for BYO drinks.
      We will update our site with confirmation of details and locations when the official listing for this year’s event comes out.
      Hope that helps,
      Stephanie

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    KarenSeptember 21, 2016

    We are booking a Chinese Restaurant called The East on Circular Quay which comes with sydney council tickets to access the Circular Quayside when our table expires at 8pm. Are there places to purchase alcohol without having tickets to enter the venues/bars on Circular Quay, when we have departed the restaurant at this time? We want to know that its not a non alcohol area?

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      StephanieSeptember 22, 2016Staff

      Hi Karen,
      Thanks for your question.
      As mentioned in the article, many of the council vantage points are alcohol-free however there are a few that allow you to purchase alcohol on site. In Circular Quay, these spots are Bennelong Point and Lawn with the View. There will also be alcohol available at the Barangaroo vantage point.
      There are many bars along Circular Quay that will be open to the public. Getting into each however will depend on whether they have reached their maximum capacity or not. Alternatively, bottle shops will be open however by law they are required to close at 10pm.
      I hope that helps,
      Stephanie

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    HeribertoSeptember 12, 2016

    Hi, I’d like to know which restaurants accept children for dinner on 31th night, and have a good view of the bridge and or opera for the fireworks. Thanks

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      StephanieSeptember 13, 2016Staff

      Hi Heriberto,

      You can find a list of restaurants with a view of the harbour and fireworks on New Year’s Eve here.

      I hope that helps,

      Stephanie

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    KimiDecember 30, 2015

    Hello
    I am looking for a place to celebrate 31st eve with spectacular view of sydney harbor bridge fire works.
    We are group of around 12 people could you please help what place would be available.
    Thanks

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      StephanieDecember 31, 2015Staff

      Hi Kimi,

      Thanks for your comment.

      All the details required to view the New Years Eve celebration are in the article above.

      Regards,

      Stephanie

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    CreateConsultantsNovember 26, 2015

    How do I have our NYE event (Sydney Observatory) added to this article?

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      StephanieNovember 27, 2015Staff

      Hi,
      We will contact you direct.
      Stephanie

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