What is the first thing that comes into your mind when you think of Sydney and New Year's Eve celebrations? Let me guess, midnight fireworks display and harbour cruises, right?! Yeah! Sydney has many amazing waterfront restaurants with high quality set up and great global cuisine. What is so special about cruising restaurants? Cruising restaurants offer the best of sightseeing and amazing food in a single package. If you are planning a trip to Sydney, you should come and visit harbour, the heart where you can enjoy the best ever cruising experience and stunning harbour views.
New Year’s Eve cruises in Sydney Harbour are famous for the extravaganza it offers every time for this special event. The midnight fireworks displays can be identified as the major attraction of the day. Get on board a premium vessel. Let it be an authentic paddle wheeler with an old world charm, or a multi-million dollar luxury catamaran, or even a fully transparent premium glass boat with a cutting edge nautical design that offers uninterrupted 360° views of harbour and fireworks display. Catch sight of the amazing Sydney Harbour marvels like Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Luna Park, etc. and click some photographs of the most expensive pyrotechnic projections that are displayed. Don’t forget to take some photographs of yours in this picture-perfect background. Watch the illuminated city skyline for almost 7 hours. Most of the Sydney NYE cruises include deluxe seafood and meat inspired 5 course menu along with premium Australian house spirits, wines, beers, and soft drinks. You can club them up according to your choice. The on board celebrations and inclusions may differ according to the vessel you are in. But all of them offer prime views of the fireworks display and harbour with amazing food and on board entertainment. You can enjoy your cruise, drinks, dinner, and NYE celebration with an all inclusive package.
Wattamolla Picnic Spot
Wattamolla, the beach on the New South Wales coast south of Sydney, will be an ideal place if you are looking for a peaceful place to settle in with your children and family, secluded from the noisy city fronts. You can relax in the shade of some age-old trees and the beautiful fine sky. This beach is famous for cliff diving if you have any particular interest in it. Invite your team into the picnic spot near the beach. You have the opportunity for snorkelling, fishing, and swimming.
Wendy’s Secret Garden
This beautiful quaint unassuming garden has a backstory to go along with its charming look. If it is a secret, this might be Sydney’s worst secret since it is such a wonderful place to catch sight of. Pack your picnic bag and gather your folks. Make a day of it if you are looking for some amazing and unique ideas to celebrate your New Year’s Eve. You can stroll around the garden area and take in the opportunity to view and explore the artistic structures in your path. Catch sight of the main tourists’ attraction, a fig tree. The location is often recognised as visitors paradise, where one can sit back and enjoy all nature’s attractions and amazing harbour view. Unpack your bags and baskets, spend quality time with your friends and family in a quiet, composed place, if you are really in need of serenity to indulge in the upcoming New Year’s Eve.
Royal Botanic Garden
What about spending a New Year’s Eve in the heritage-listed Royal Botanic Garden with panoramic views of Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge? Spend a day with your family and friends and enjoy the best views a garden can offer. You can also come in the night and join with the rest of the crowd for an amazing New Year’s Eve celebration.