Note: This is a trial.
Heading to Sydney but not on New Year’s Eve or during Vivid and still want to see a fireworks display or projection show? Well we’ve got you covered!
We have included all future fireworks displays and light, projection and water shows at locations such as:
- Sydney Harbour and its foreshore (from North/South Head to Homebush)
- Sydney Harbour Bridge
- Sydney Opera House
- Sydney/North Sydney CBD
- Sydney Olympic Park
- Darling Harbour
- University of Technology
- Sydney University
- Dubbo, Tamworth, Wagga Wagga, Port Macquarie and Grafton
For the current season listings, click here: 2015 Season (updated monthly – next update: 1 March 2015)
If you require less than 24 hours notice or for any on-the-night updates, check the ‘Sydney Fireworks’ Twitter feed:Tweets by @FireworksSydney
What is the ‘Fireworks Spectacular Rating’? This is a rating we developed to show comparison with the fireworks displays on New Year’s Eve 2014. An average fireworks display currently equates to a 45% ‘Fireworks Spectacular Rating’ while the Midnight Fireworks of Sydney New Year’s Eve equates to 100%. This rating does not apply to any light, projection or water show elements.
Why are Dubbo, Tamworth, Wagga-Wagga, Port Macquarie and Grafton included? These locations were used at the end of The Games of The XXVIIth Olympiad: Sydney 2000 – Closing Ceremony: Closing Night Harbour Spectacular. After the Olympic Rings ‘blew up’ on the Sydney Harbour Bridge, fireworks displays then commenced from these 5 locations thus making them official locations of a Sydney Harbour Bridge fireworks display. This concluding segment of the fireworks display was not televised.
If you know of a fireworks display or light, projection or water show that is not listed or you got any more enquiries, message us on Facebook or our YouTube channel.