Leading the second largest New Year’s Eve, New Year in Australia are worth watching. Come see the Sydney Harbour Bridge dazzling with more than 80,000 fireworks and more, all during New Year in Australia.
Going on picnics, outings and camping on beaches are the ways in which the Australians bid farewell to the old year and welcome the New Year.
There rings the Church bells at sharp 12 at midnight and here comes the New Year grabbed in all its glory and fame. As the clock ticks 12, people make loud noises, blow car horns, whistles and make loud noises saying “Happy New Year” to one and all. Be it on a beach, in a dance club or at home, the spirit to celebrate the New Year is the same all over Australia.Visit the links below to know about New Year in different cities of Australia:Wishing you a very happy and prosperous New Year, Travour offers you New Year Tours around the world along with online information on New Year in Australia.