New Years Eve in Sydney with kids: Updates to fireworks and events

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Want to celebrate New Years Eve in Sydney with kids, and wondering what the latest news is for events like the Sydney Harbour fireworks? Many events this year are cancelled ort have changed, so we’re keeping this list updated with cancellations and additions over the holidays. Please check official websites for confirmation.


A Note from NSW Government:

To keep everyone in NSW safe, New Year’s Eve celebration arrangements will be different this year.

Whether you are planning a celebration at home or in your local community, remember to ensure the safety of your family and friends.

Be aware of the number of people allowed in your home, maintain safe hygiene practices and use QR codes to check in if you are going out to a restaurant, pub or bar.

Family-Friendly New Years Eve Events going ahead in 2020

The Entrance, Central Coast

New Years Eve at The Entrance

Enjoy live entertainment at The Entrance

Welcome in the New Year or celebrate the end of the year with your friends and family at The Entrance family orientated New Year’s Eve event.

Entertainment starts at 4.30pm on the Sails Stage and kicks off in Memorial Park at 6pm finishing the program with a fantastic fireworks display over The Entrance Channel at 9pm. Amusement rides and stalls will be available for extra fun in the park.

    New Years Eve Events cancelled in 2020

    • Manly Cove, Manly
    • Dee Why Beach, Dee Why
    • Rowland Reserve, Bayview

    Manly Cove, Manly *NOT OPEN TO PUBLIC* 2020

    Address: East and West Esplanade, Manly. More information

    Due to the risk of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and acting on advice of lead NSW and Federal health authorities, Council has made the decision to cancel this event.

    Dee Why Beach, Dee Why *NOT OPEN TO PUBLIC* 2020

    Address: The Strand and Ted Jackson Reserve, Dee Why. More information

    ‘Due to the risk of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and acting on advice of lead NSW and Federal health authorities, Council has taken the precautionary decision to cancel this event. Our top priority is the health and safety of our staff and community. These are difficult circumstances and we appreciate your patience and understanding.’ – Northern Beaches Council website

    Rowland Reserve, Bayview *NOT OPEN TO PUBLIC 2020


    Want more ideas about things to do this summer?

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