New Years Eve tickets are now on sale
New Years Eve 2019/20 is the busiest night of the year in North Sydney with tens of thousands of people visiting the foreshore to see the fireworks.
There are numerous places where residents and visitors can watch the fireworks for free along the foreshore in North Sydney, including Cremorne Point, Kurraba Point and St Leonards Park.
This year Council is selling 34,000 tickets for New Years Eve across four local parks - Bradfield Park AVAILABLE (22,000), Blues Point Reserve SOLD OUT (8,000), Mary Booth Reserve SOLD OUT (3,000), and Quibaree Park - SOLD OUT (1,000).
Tickets are available to purchase online below at a cost of $10 plus a booking fee of $2.75 per ticket.
Children under 2 years old are admitted free with a limit of 1 infant ticket per paying ticketholder.
Please note that a maximum of 10 tickets per purchaser will be permitted. Every ticket purchased will need to be allocated the name of the intended recipient.
Name changes on tickets will be allowed for an administrative fee of $5 per ticket. Name changes will not be allowed after Midnight on Monday 16 December.
There will be no option to purchase tickets at the gate. Tickets can only be purchased online at Ticketbooth until 30 December.
For other NYE event information and details on where to watch the fireworks, please visit https:// www.sydneynewyearseve.com
This webpage will be updated as planning for the event progresses, and resident brochures will be delivered closer to NYE with detailed event information including road closures and special event clearways.
Blues Point Reserve SOLD OUT
New Years Eve tickets are now on sale.
Mary Booth Reserve SOLD OUT.