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Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Sydney from Sydney’s Highest Point
- Thursday April 4th 2019
The celebrations on New Year’s Eve in Sydney are world-famous, and for good reason too, but crowds aren’t for everyone and, who wants to spend all day trying to reserve a half decent spot somewhere, or having to lug all your stuff there and back for that matter? That’s why booking tickets to a once in a lifetime New Year’s Eve experience is an absolute no-brainer. Here’s why Sydney Tower Eye is the ultimate place for you on New Year’s Eve.
Best Views in Sydney
If you’re looking for uninterrupted panoramic views of the city and front row seats to all the action, then look no further. At 250m above the city streets and with 360-degree views of the city, there is no other place you can experience a birds-eye view of Sydney, where you will be in the illuminated sky as the spectacular 9pm fireworks display goes off all around you.
More than a million people flock to Sydney on New Year’s Eve to witness the world-famous fireworks display so being on the ground amongst the crowds perhaps isn’t the best place for your family. You will feel safe and secure at Sydney Tower Eye, and there’s plenty of space to roam around and soak up the 360-degree city views.
You also don’t have to worry about going hungry or lugging around a bag full of supplies anywhere as there will be food and drinks available to purchase.
Beat the Crowds
Watching the 9pm fireworks means you’ll beat the late night crowds that come flocking into the city as midnight draws closer. You’ll be able to get home a lot easier as you won’t be among the hundreds of thousands trying to all get home at once after midnight. If you have kids you can get them to bed handy so they’re not overtired and cranky the following day, leaving you to put your feet up and relax and see the new year in from the comfort of your own home. Winner, winner.
Close to Public Transport
Sydney Tower Eye is right in the heart of the CBD, with a wide range of public transport options available to you. Trains, buses and ferries operate on a different schedule on New Year’s Eve, so make sure you check out the Transport NSW website for all the information you need to plan your night.
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