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Where to book Sydney Opera House New Year’s Eve event tickets

Have an unbelievable start to 2019 with an opera followed by the midnight fireworks.

Sydney is famous for being one of the greatest places in the world to ring in the new year.

Pair that with a seat in the city's iconic Sydney Opera House for its New Year's Eve show and you've got a night that will be hard to forget.

Getting tickets to this event offers you a premier position to view both the 9pm and midnight fireworks. This year, the two shows on offer are the opera La Bohème and a collection of arias by Verdi, Puccini and Rossini at Opera Gala. Here's how you can get tickets.

The Sydney Opera Houses' New Year's shows:

Both La Bohème and The Opera Gala's intervals are perfectly timed with the 9pm fireworks display where you can step out and see the pyrotechnics display.

Guests are welcome to stay at the Opera House until the midnight light fireworks. For unparalleled views, canapes, drinks and live entertainment, book a spot at the Midnight Party. This can be added alongside your opera tickets when you book.

How much are Opera Gala New Year's Eve tickets?

Seats Price Book
Platinum $1,422 SOLD OUT
Premium $499 Seats are selling out. Get yours now!
A-Reserve $399 Seats are selling out. Get yours now!
B-Reserve $359 Seats are selling out. Get yours now!
C-Reserve $299 Seats are selling out. Get yours now!
D-Reserve $269 SOLD OUT
E-Reserve (no stage view), wheelchair and standing $199 SOLD OUT


How much are La Bohème Year’s Eve tickets?

Seats Price Book
Platinum $1,422 SOLD OUT
Premium $499 Seats are selling out. Get yours now!
A-Reserve $399 Seats are selling out. Get yours now!
B-Reserve $359 Seats are selling out. Get yours now!
C-Reserve $299 Seats are selling out. Get yours now!
Standing and wheelchair $199 SOLD OUT


Other events at Sydney Opera House on New Year's Eve:

Host to multiple dining and drinking venues, the Opera House puts on an event in more than just its concert halls. The 2018/2019 details are as follows:

  • New Year's Eve at Portside. French Champagne shall flow and canapes shall be eaten as you sit underneath the sails with unobstructed views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge as you ready yourself for a night of splendour. Entertainment includes three of Sydney's hottest DJs: Chloe, Rachel May and Bannie. Price: From $695 per person
  • Opera Kitchen: Guarantee yourself a front row seat to the New Year's Eve action on Opera Kitchen. Choose between the Gold Package and its selection of canapes and glass of Champagne on arrival on the lower tier of Opera Kitchen or luxe it up with the Platinum Package on the upper level where canapes rove throughout the night and premium beverages including top-shelf spirits and French Champagne flow. Finish off the night with the fireworks seen from a private viewing area. Price: From $750 per person gold) and $1,300 per person (platinum).
  • Bennelong: Executive chef Peter Gilmore has created a five-course degustation menu, paired with premium wines, all served at Bennelong within the sails of Sydney Opera House. Price: $1,590 per person.
  • Opera Bar: Each year Opera Bar hosts a thenmed outdoor party. Details and tickets are released in October. We'll keep you posted when we know more. This is an 18+ event and tickets generally include food through the night. Price: TBA
New Year's Eve party at Sydney Opera Hosue with food and beverages

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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What you should know about a New Year's Eve at Sydney Opera House:

Is there a dress code?

For New Year's Eve events at Sydney Opera House, a dress code is in place.

Where can I buy Sydney Opera House New Year's Eve tickets?

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

Can I watch the New Year's Eve fireworks from Sydney Opera House?

If you've purchased tickets to an event or dinner listed on this page, then you'll be able to view the fireworks from the venue. Check the terms and conditions on the specific event you're attending for more details about where you can access on the big night.

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    IgorNovember 12, 2018

    We live at Milsons Point and would like to watch NY fire works from Bradford Park.. Do we need to buy tickets?

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      JoshuaNovember 25, 2018Staff

      Hi Igor,

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

      It’s nice to know that you’re preparing for the NY Fireworks. I would assume that you are referring to Bradfield Park. It is a popular site for families. It offers views of the eastern and western sides of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. As of this time, I’ve looked into their official website and there’s no fee to get inside. The place opens from 8 am until 1 am.

      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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