Here comes the best time if you have never been to Sydney before. Do you know why? Because, New Year’s Eve celebrations are often considered as one of the luxurious and highly expensive event celebrations in Sydney. Even though the pandemic has a hold, let us hope for the best in time and get ready to welcome 2022 in style. Here is the list of places where you can enjoy this upcoming event with your friends and family.
I know, some of us don’t really like or much into the idea of parties and loud noisy celebrations. But it's about New Year and we can’t really avoid some of the amazing things that are happening around us. New Year’s Eve cruises in Sydney are one of the best things happening in a nye celebration. There are many cruises in the harbour. Get on board an authentic paddle wheeler with an old world charm. Let it be a showboat, which is fully air-conditioned, with individual reserved tables, and high quality restaurant style dining saloon with a theatre-style layout. Sit back and enjoy a one hour world famous cabaret show by an Australian cast. Enjoy the live DJ ,music, deluxe 5 course seated and served menu, and premium Australian wines, house spirits, beers, and soft drinks. See the stunning harbour marvels like the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Click some beautiful pics in the spectacular background. The boat will be positioned in an exclusion zone as per the guidelines of the instructor to catch sight of the prime views of midnight fireworks display. You can enjoy cruise, drinks, dinner, show, on board entertainment, and the illuminated city skyline view with an all-inclusive package on this one of the best Sydney nye cruises.
Royal Botanic Garden
Royal Botanic Garden is one of the heritage-listed prime event venues and recreational areas in Sydney. If you are looking for some serene, peaceful, and nature-friendly locations I would suggest this. You can enjoy nature, its beauty, and explore its abundance while indulging in the nye celebrations. You will also be able to watch the iconic Sydney attractions like Harbour Bridge and Opera House. There are many ticketed and non ticketed events in the Garden. You can even watch the fireworks display from the Garden ground if you have a ticket for any one of the events. Choose what you like and enjoy the event completely. There is a public viewing area with catering and bar services. You can even visit the Garden during day time and enjoy the views along with pretty sun. The Garden environment will be peaceful and worth exploring during this time.
Birdcages in Angel Place
Head to Sydney’s Angel Place and see the Australian charm and serenity with unmatched convenience and comfort. Might not be everybody's taste, but this place would be ideal if you are a person who needs a secluded space to connect with the inner self and a person who is keen towards the history and culture of the space where you are living in. This place has a story to tell you about predator and prey, about colonisation, urban development, and about something that is lost in transition. The birdcage installation in Angel Place commemorates “Forgotten Songs” of fifty birds once heard before the settlement of Europeans. The urban development made them homeless. There are around 120 suspended bird cages in the laneway with recordings of extinct or threatened bird species. The installation addresses the issue of climate change and not-so organised urban renewal. It evokes the need for co-existence and mutually beneficial association.