27.10.2010 Australia, New South Wales, Sydney

Luxury Destinations - Spend Your New Year's in Sydney

If you’re looking to experience the best New Year’s Eve celebration in the world, look no further than Sydney. When you opt for an Australian vacation package on New Year’s, you are guaranteed the experience of a lifetime.

Join the 1.5 million people that who are expected to be a part of the New Year’s Eve celebration at Sydney Harbour. Witness the amazing Aerial Flyovers that take place starting at 5 p.m. Sit in awe of the Indigenous Smoking Ceremony with indigenous vessels working to clear the harbor from any and all negative spirits as projections beam on to the Sydney Harbour Bridge pylons.

You can choose any of Sydney’s famous vantage points from which to watch the fireworks display, including Gladesville Bridge to the Heads of Sydney Harbor. There will be fireworks barges located between Point Piper in the east and Cockatoo Island in the west. For public safety and to ensure that everyone has a good time, there will be alcohol-free zones, as well. That said, for the visitor who likes to enjoy a little bit of spirits during his or her celebrations, Australia’s vacation packages allow you to bring your own alcohol as long as it is in plastic containers.

In terms of places to stay during the festivities, many Australian vacation packages that a hotel room in some of the world’s most beloved and exclusive suites. The view of Sydney Harbour from your suite will be breathtaking, particularly with the lights and fireworks display. But don’t think that these are your only options. The mariner in your group will love watching the celebrations from a boat that can be placed in either direction. The experience is sure to be unforgettable whether you prefer to stay in, roam around Sydney or just lounge around on your very own boat. One thing is certain: When you are enjoying your Australian vacation package during the New Year, you will bear witness to the greatest New Year’s celebration in the world.

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