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    We've always found Milson's Point the best place to be. Under the bridge, get to see both sides, and there's heaps of space, transport, and facilities. about 11 years ago

    Answered by Roger Lawrence via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    The fireworks are superb but all vantage points are very crowded. Any of the points on the north side of the harbour tend to be pretty good incl Milsons Point, Macmahons Point, Blues Point and others. One option is to train to North Sydney and walk down to one of the points and see where you can squeeze in to watch. The police to close areas off if they get too crowded but I have always managed to see them if I have wanted to by walking down near the harbour and finding a spot. Fireworks run at both 9pm and midnight. Vantage points around the city are even more ridiculously busy. Other options include paying large amounts for really superb locations such as restaurants that have a view of the bridge but none of these are at all cheap. I think the national parks folks conduct a ballot for treasured positions on the harbour islands but not sure how that works. about 11 years ago

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    Whatever you do, plan to be in one place for as long as you can or somewhere close to home as getting a taxi is impossible! about 11 years ago

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    If you like it fancy - Opera Bar. It will cost a bomb, but it's a spectatcular evening about 9 years ago

    Answered by Sarah T via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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