Every year the fireworks in Sydney Harbour get bigger and better, apart from a few pacific islands and New Zealand, we are the first to celebrate NYE. Our fireworks are pretty good and there are many places to view them from. New years eve was a very hot day and many people got to their spot early and waited for hours in the hot sun. It was over 30 degrees, then at about 4pm the storms came. There was lightening and thunder and the rain poured. However, at 9pm the sky cleared for the first lot of fireworks off the Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
New Year’s Eve 2018 – The midnight fireworks display over the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge from a rooftop in Potts Point. Picture: Toby ZernaSource:News Corp Australia
The midnight fireworks were also spectacular as always.
New Year’s Eve 2018 – The midnight fireworks display over the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Picture: Toby ZernaSource:News Corp Australia
Sydney Harbour is one of the most beautiful Harbours in the world and the fireworks is Australia’s largest public event. It requires 60km of wiring and cabling and takes 15 months to plan. Maybe you saw some of it on the news in your country.