Wondering where you can take your little ones to see the fireworks this New Year’s Eve?
We’ve put together a list of the major family-friendly events in each state to make it a bit easier for you!
The Sydney New Year’s Eve program features a numbers of events leading up to the spectacular Midnight Fireworks.
Early Eve – Yarra Park. Providing all the excitement of NYE without the late curfew
Elder Park. Starts at 7pm, enjoy early fireworks at 9pm for the little ones and the traditional ones at midnight for the grown ups. FYI – this is a ‘dry’ event. No BYO alcohol is permitted.
Other fireworks events around the city and beyond include: Glenelg Foreshore, (Dry Area) entertainment from 6.30pm, fireworks at 9.30pm and midnight; Semaphore Foreshore, Summer Carnival plus fireworks at midnight; Normanville, NYE pageant from 7pm, foreshore entertainment from 8pm, fireworks at 9.45pm; Victor Harbor, entertainment from 7pm, fireworks at 9.45pm and midnight; Bindarra Reserve, Brighton, fireworks at 9.30pm.
Head to Civic Square for a free, all ages dance party with fireworks at 9pm and midnight
South Bank is celebrating with the biggest New Year’s Eve fireworks display in the precinct’s history. Two fireworks displays at 8.30pm and midnight.
From what we can gather, there aren’t any fireworks displays in Perth for NYE BUT… the City of Mandurah puts on a well-loved show with a family-friendly display at 9pm
Head to the Waterfront for a spectacular, free event perfect for the whole family with a fireworks finale at 9pm
Royal Park in Launceston will host a fabulous family friendly event with two fireworks sessions. Tickets available at the gate.