Where to see New Years Eve fireworks in Sydney other than the city?

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KaTra 2yrs+
Coogee Beach
Randwick City Council does a family friendly fireworks event at 9 pm.
Get a spot at one of these locations:
- Goldstein Reserve
- Grant Reserve & Trenerry Reserve
- Clovelly Beach car park
- Burrows Park headland
- Local restaurants and hotels
www.randwick.nsw.gov.au/community/whats-on/coogee-sparkles

Campbelltown
Koshigaya Park, corner of Camden Road and Hurley Street
There will be a family friendly carnival including food and stalls and stage entertainment from local and children’s performers.
www.campbelltown.nsw.gov.au/NewYearsEve
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Klt 2yrs+
Brighton Beach
Beach front at Brighton Le Sands.
Rockdale City Council will be doing a 9 pm family show
www.rockdale.nsw.gov.au/Pages/pdf/NYEGuide.pdf
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Fitzroygirl Dec 21, 2017
I'd recommend booking out any hotel room you can get your hands on overlooking Darling Harbour. That way you avoid the crowds and can enjoy the fireworks with room service.
Check out the Best Western or Rydges in Surry Hills, Ibis Sydney or the Hilton, to name just a few.

Or pack up a picnic and head to:
Elkington Park or Illoura Reserve in Balmain
Embarkation Park in Potts Point
Mort Bay Park in Brichgrove
(just keep in mind alcohol is prohibited in most public parks)
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laurenh2 Dec 21, 2017
Taronga Zoo always do a great NYE event with food and booze available, tickets usually go on sale in September.

I also like to head a bit further out of town to Robertson Park in Watsons Bay or Duff Reserve in Point Piper, from here you can see the whole harbour and a very pretty view of all the fireworks going off around the bay at midnight.
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