Watching New Years Eve fireworks by renting a luxury yacht in Sydney

With the community’s vigorous vaccination against Covid, plans to relax public health orders, and the NSW Government’s roadmap for reopening Greater Sydney, Mayor Clover Moore recently met with Minister Ayres to plan to carry out a cross-sector meeting between Sydney and the New South Wales Government as scheduled. Annual events, including fireworks displays at 9pm and midnight.

The proposal was presented and approved at a special council meeting on October 5, 2021.

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Sydney is the first city in the world to usher in the New Year. The annual firework show on the Harbour Bridge can be described as the biggest event in the southern hemisphere to welcome the New Year. The fireworks show that lasted more than 10 minutes sparkled the night sky of Sydney, and the magnificent star rain dazzled the sky.

Saying goodbye to the old and welcoming the new is always longing, come and count down with family and friends on the yacht, boil together, and greet 2022 together.

Away from the crowds, there is no need to wait in line a day earlier, and watch the New Year’s Eve fireworks show 360 degrees on the sea without obstruction.