Minister For Roads, Duncan Gay, today encouraged New South Wales residents to enter the Roads & Maritime Services New Year’s Eve competition and try their luck winning tickets to celebrate the start of 2016 from one of Sydney’s best vantage points above Circular Quay.
“New Year’s Eve is only 65 days away so now is the perfect time to make plans for what is always a spectacular night on the Cahill Expressway by the Harbour” Mr Gay said.
“This is a hugely popular competition & we receive thousands of entries from across the state each year – so get in fast to make sure you don’t miss out.”
“Enter and have a chance to share a spectacular New Year’s Eve to remember with your family & friends” Mr Gay said.
Entrants go into the draw to win 1 of nearly 1700 family passes to watch either the 9pm Family or Midnight Fireworks displays.
Every winner receives a family pass of 5 tickets to share with family & friends.
The lucky winners will get the privilege to enjoy the fun & family-friendly atmosphere with a range of pre-fireworks entertainment.
Entries close at 11:59pm on Friday 27 November.
For your chance to win, visit www.rms.nsw.gov.au/NYE.
The Cahill Expressway is a specially designated family area & entry is by ticket only. Entries are restricted to 1 entry per household.