It’s on!!! Slightly cut down, but the show is going on!!
There will only be one fireworks display. The display will be on at midnight for 7 minutes. Vantage points for the fireworks will only be open to frontline workers.
This is a great opportunity to pick up some more work as the merrymakers will be travelling to and from the celebration. As there will be no food providers available at the vantage points there will be movement between cafes/restaurants and the viewing sites.
Key Road Closures
From 2pm: roads in Circular Quay and The Rocks including sections of George St, Hickson Rd, Young St, Phillip St and Macquarie St* will be closed.. *Access to Macquarie St will be maintained for residents and hotel guests until 5pm.
From 3pm: Olympic Dr in Milsons Point, Kirribilli will be closed.
From 4pm: roads in The Rocks including sections of Cumberland St, Harrington St, Gloucester St and Argyle St will be closed.
From 5pm: The Cahill Expressway and roads in Circular Quay including Pitt St, Alfred St and Loftus St will be closed.
From 7pm: in the city sections of Grosvenor St, Bridge St, Macquarie St and College St will be closed. In North Sydney, Kirribilli and Milsons Point various roads will be closed.
From 10pm: roads around Wynyard including sections of York St, Clarence St, King St, Margaret St, Erskine St and other nearby roads will be closed.
From 11pm: the Sydney Harbour Bridge will be closed in both directions and the eastbound lanes of the Anzac Bridge will also be closed.
Most roads will reopen by 4am in the city and 3am in North Sydney on New Year’s Day 1 January once infrastructure is safely removed from the roadway. The Harbour Bridge and Anzac Bridge will reopen by 1.30am, while the Cahill Expressway lanes 7 + 8 and eastbound lanes of the Circular Quay Overpass will remain closed until 6am on New Year’s Day.
For more details regarding road closures, please visit the NSW Government website here