It's Christmas again, which also means that it is time to farewell 2020. Have you already got plans for New Year’s Eve? If you haven’t yet got any plans let’s take a look at seven great places to be in Sydney for New Year’s Eve.


Bar Ombre


Price range$140–350

LocationBar Ombré Rooftop, Sydney


Bar Ombre is the most cost-effective place among the New Year's Eve locations introduced this time. This restaurant offers two packages: a rooftop New Year’s Eve dinner of $350 AUD and an indoor set meal of $145 AUD.


The rooftop package includes five main dishes, desserts and drinks. You can enjoy the beautiful New Year's Eve fireworks on the rooftop of Salt Meats Cheese Circular Quay. Students who like quieter areas can choose the indoor set meal, including three main dishes with a cup of Moët.



Taronga Zoo


Price range$200–600

LocationTaronga Zoo, Mosman


Want to enjoy New Year's Eve fireworks with giraffes? Taronga Zoo also has New Year's Eve event! In addition to enjoy the panoramic view of Sydney Harbour, Taronga Zoo will also provide live entertainment and animal visits on New Year's Day.



Glass Island



LocationKing Street Wharf, Sydney


Want to stay away from the hustle and bustle of CBD but not too far from the city? Glass Island has launched a luxury double-decker cruise ship package of $565 AUD for the New Year's Eve package, the whole journey is about three hours, the package includes appetisers, a variety of red wine and Moët. The Glass Island cruise will depart King Street Wharf at 8:45pm on New Year's Eve and return at 12.30am.



O Bar and Dining


Price range$695–1450

LocationO Bar and Dining, Sydney


The O Bar and Dining is on the 47th floor overlooks the endless view of Circular Quay, the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. It is a great place for the New Year’s Eve fireworks. There are three set menus. The set menu of $695 AUD includes eight dishes, and the set menu of $875 AUD includes eight dishes, drinks and window seats. The set meal of $1450 AUD per person is a special set of 12 people launched by O Bar and Dining, which includes a private restaurant, butler service, and ultra-luxury dishes such as Tasmanian lobster, Rangers Valley wagyu and Roku gin-cured kingfish.





Price range$1400–2000

LocationQuay Restaurant, The Rocks


Circular Quay is voted as one of the best places for fireworks in Sydney. The award-winning Quay Restaurant has launched a New Year's Eve package of $2,000 AUD, including seven dishes provided by Executive Chef Peter Gilmore and wine carefully selected by Head sommelier Shanteh Wong. Quay's four-story Green Room also launched a New Year's Eve package of $1,400 AUD, including five dishes and champagne provided by Executive Chef Peter Gilmore.





Price range$1450–1690

LocationBennelong, Sydney


If you want to enjoy a New Year’s Eve dinner at the Sydney Opera House and watch the fireworks on the Harbour Bridge, Bennelong’s two New Year’s Eve packages is what you need! Both packages include five signature dishes and champagne provided by Executive Chef Peter Gilmore, the Main Dining Room package price is $1,690 AUD, and the Cured & Cultured Counter package price is $1,450 AUD







LocationIcebergs Dining Room and Bar, Bondi Beach


Students who want to enjoy a delicious lunch at noon to say goodbye to 2020 can choose the luxurious lunch launched by Maurice Terzini and Sneaky Sound System. Prices for groups of six and more start at $1000 AUD, and the package includes caviar, trout, lobster pasta and Perrier-Jouët champagne, cocktails, gin, tequila and beer.


The above are some of the venues for New Year's Eve in Sydney! Students who want to participate in New Year’s Eve activities or try the New Year’s set meal can start making reservations!

Above all, have a wonderful and safe Christmas and New Years!