New Years Eve Celebration – Sydney has celebrated New Years Eve 2019 in colorful style with 8.5 tonnes of fireworks display from the world-famous Sydney Harbour.
New Years Eve Celebration:
Millions of people waited to enjoy New Years Eve Celebration, Some people turned out more than five hours early to secure a view. The fireworks show lasted 12 minutes in this span of time the entire Sydney Harbour bridge, giving an effect similar to wave as the fireworks shot upwards over the bridge and into the sky. It began to rain just before the fireworks started but that did not dampen the mood, and the rain stopped shortly after. The security was fully tight. Assistant Commissioner Scott Duval said, “Last year, we had a total of 44 evictions from declared public precincts”. Almost 1.5 million people were expected to crowd the harbour foreshore to watch the city’s world-renowned New Years Eve Celebration – pyrotechnic display.Thousands of people laid in Sydney’s Royal Botanic Garden hours before the New Year’s Eve celebrations after the gates opening many people ran the one KM from the New South Wales Art Gallery to Mrs Macquarie’s Chair just for securing their favoured spot. In that area 18 launch computers linked by 60 KM of wire and cables to be synchronized to music. Peter is a Taiwanese student living in Australia and waited more than 24 hours. Clover Moore, Sydney Lord Mayor tweeted, “What a wonderful start to our New Year’s Eve celebrations! Whether you’re one of more than one billion viewers tuning in around the world, or one of the many in our parks and free vantage points, get ready to ring in the New Year at midnight!”
One of my 2018 highlights Australia said yes and we had an awesome night x pic.twitter.com/M8Bw0ZYj44
— 🐾💜💛🎩♊Karmaschoice Mel 🎩💜💛 (@karmaschoice) December 31, 2018
— Sydney Mardi Gras (@sydneymardigras) December 30, 2018