Sydney is renowned throughout the world for being ‘The Place To Be’ on 31st December each year. About 1 billion people are expected to tune in worldwide to watch what could be Sydney’s biggest show since the 2000 Olympics.

The 2015 Sydney New Year’s Eve theme is City of Colour, “a tribute to our beaches, parks and vibrant city streets, along with our diverse backgrounds, culture and rich history”.

6th October 2015 – Not all venues have released their details and prices yet. However, the ones that have released them are already starting to sell out! Therefore, in order to avoid disappointment, we have decided to announce the options currently available. We will post updates as more details become available.

Prices updated on 17th November 2015, though some events may have sold out. Please contact us to enquire about uptodate availability.

New venues added on 6th and 16th December 2015.

We can help you get tickets for the hottest events in town! Contact us for details.

  • 360 Bar & Dining, $650
  • All Occasion Cruises, from $175
  • Altitude Restaurant, from $950 (adults only)
  • Aqua Blue Charters, from $495
  • Aqua Dining, $750
  • Bar at the End of the Wharf, $245
  • Barangaroo, $29.50 adults, $79 families (2 adults and 2 children), $14.50 (3-14 years), children under 3 are free, sold out
  • Bass & Flinders Cruises, from $175
  • Bennelong, from $1,250
  • Beyond the Wharf, from $150 adults, $125 children
  • Botanic Gardens Resturant, $500, adults only
  • Bradleys Head: the Mast Precinct, $45 adults, $15 5-15 years, children under 5 years are free, $100 families of 4
  • Bradley’s Head: Athol Lawn precinct, $30 adults, $15 5-15 years, children under 5 are free, $100 families of 4
  • Bradley’s Head: Amphitheatre, $75 adults, $35 5-15 years, children under 5 years are free, families of 4 $180, sold out
  • Buckleys, $295
  • Cafe Mix, $180 adults, $95 children for the first sitting at 6pm for the 9pm fireworks, $325 adults, $125 children for the second sitting at 9pm for the midnight fireworks
  • Cahill Expressway, sold out
  • Captain Cook Cruises, from $440
  • Clark Island ‘Island Lounge’, $375 adults, $225 5-15 years, children under 5 years are free
  • Cockatoo Island, sold out
  • Cruise Bar, from $149
  • Doltone House at Jones Bay Wharf, $290 adults, $100 6-12 years, $30 2-5 years
  • Dudley Page Reserve, $35 adults (including 1 under 5 years), $15 5-16 years
  • East Bank, $550 (until 15th December), $650 (from 15th December)
  • ECQ Bar, $399
  • Fantasea Cruises, from $250
  • Fort Denison, $1,250
  • Funboat Cruises, $450
  • Glenmore Roof Terrace, $295
  • Goat Island, $195 adults, $130 5-15 years, children under 5 years are free, NB – General tickets sold out. A limited amount of tickets are available for people with a disability, within the accessible viewing area on Goat Island
  • Harringtons at Quay West, from $249
  • Island Bar, $150 (adults only)
  • Italian Village, $255
  • Kirribilli Club, from $210
  • Lawn with a View, sold out
  • LuMi Bar & Dining, $350
  • Luna Park Harbour Party, $139 General Admission, VIP from $259 (adults only)
  • Matt Moran’s NYE Party at the House, $595
  • MCA Roof Terrace: FACT, $349 (adults only)
  • Midnight at the Oasis, Royal Botanic Gardens, $395, adults only
  • MV Epicure, from $695
  • Nielsen Park, $30 adults, $15 5-15 years, children under 5 are free
  • North Head, Free
  • NYE Above The Harbour, from $395 (5 years and above), children under 5 are free
  • O Bar and Dining, from $395
  • Opera Bar, $390, sold out
  • Opera Kitchen, $1,200
  • Park Hyatt: The Dining Room – Early Dinner, $210 adults, $105 5-12 years, $25 0-4 years
  • Park Hyatt: The Dining Room – Celebration Dinner, from $395 adults, $295 12-17 years, $195 5-11 years, $25 0-4 years
  • Park Hyatt: Cocktail Party, $625, adults only
  • Pier One: POSE, $499
  • Pier One: Water Wonderland, $699
  • Pirrama Park Wharf, Pyrmont, $160.30
  • Pontoon Cruise, $550
  • Prestige Harbour Cruises, $550
  • Quay Restaurant Dinner, $1,250
  • Quay Restaurant: Cocktail Party, $450
  • Quay Station: Governor Bourke Ballroom, $199 adults, $75 3-12 years, children under 3 are free
  • Quay Station: Boilerhouse Restaurant, $249 adults, $199 14-18 years
  • Ripples Milsons Point, $550
  • Rhythm Boat, $520
  • Rosman Cruises, from $300
  • Rossini, $395
  • Sail Australia, from $295
  • Sails on Lavender Bay, $695
  • Shark Island Fiesta, $225 Adults, $160 5-15 years, children under 5 years are free
  • Sir Stamford Hotel, $595
  • Starship Sydney Cruise, $650
  • Strickland House, $30 16+ years, $15 (5-15 years), children under 5 are free
  • Sydney Boulevard Hotel – 25th Floor Restaurant, $269
  • Sydney Cove Oyster Bar, from $650
  • Sydney Event Cruises, $600
  • Sydney Harbour Boat Tours, from $150
  • Sydney Harbour Escape Cruises, from $300
  • Sydney Langham (including Sydney Observatory’s exclusive gated grounds after dinner, for the Sydney Harbour fireworks display), $650
  • Sydney Observatory, $300
  • Sydney Opera House: Opera Gala with Midnight Party, from $588
  • Sydney Opera House: La Boheme with Midnight Party, from $568
  • Sydney Showboat Cruises, $950 adults, $700 0-17 years
  • Sydney Tower Buffet, $500 adults, $250 children
  • Tallship Cruises, $849
  • Taronga Centre: Roaring 20s Dinner Experience $567.35 adults, $414.43 13-18 years, $261.50 4-12 years, $10 0-3 years
  • Taronga Centre: Speakeasy Cocktail Party $363.45 adults, sold out
  • Taronga Zoo, sold out
  • The Bar at the End of the Wharf, $245
  • The Point, $375, sold out
  • The View at Taronga Zoo, $400 4 years and older, $10 0-3 years
  • UTS Haberfield Club, $150
  • View by Sydney, $295 adults, $100 children
  • Wangi Queen Cruise, $550
  • Waterfront/Wolfies, $620 adults, $420 children
  • Wonderlist at Watson’s Bay Hotel, from $83.80
  • Yellow Water Taxis, $195/350 adults for 9pm/12am fireworks, $145/350 0-15 years old
  • Yukis at the Quay, from $110
Please note, all prices and availability are subject to change. Also, some events may have a discounts for group bookings.