Sydney’s New Year’s Eve celebrations are centered upon the Sydney Harbor Bridge, with numerous vantage points spread along the river on either side of the harbor.
(PRWEB UK) 3 December 2013
TravelhouseUK goes viral with participating in all global travel occasions through travel deals and offers. In line with its traditions, the agency has stepped up to promote the New Year’s Eve celebrations being held at the Sydney harbor on the 31st of December, 2013.
TravelhouseUK has been covering the entire commercial aviation network based at London’s Heathrow Airport. With all international air operators facilitating luxury air travel, the agency has plenty of options for flight bookings. Vietnam Airlines, Air China, Virgin Atlantic, Etihad Airways and Qantas are currently active this season for flights to Sydney which can be booked with TravelhouseUK.
Sydney’s New Year’s Eve celebrations are centered upon the Sydney Harbor Bridge, with numerous vantage points spread along the river on either side of the harbor. The city holds the most well planned and organized sequence of events to lead up to New Year’s Eve throughout the last day of the year. One of the main proceedings will be the harbor of Light Parade, consisting of a flotilla of light decorated vessels participating in their competition. Before sunset, Australia’s very own aerobatic race pilot Matt Hall will pull in extreme maneuver displays in his MSX R racing airplane. Next in, a water tug from Sydney’s port will jet powerful streams of water from its multiple nozzles. Islander vessels will dissipate colorful smoke to mark the Wuruniri heritage performances of dance and music along the beach. The central bridge will then be set to light with its pylons being emblazoned in sparks. As the clock nears 12, the family fireworks display will brighten the dark sky with multicolored flares of light. Special pyrotechnic designs will be put into effect, with barges and bridge towers acting as staging points for launching all the fireworks.
Every vantage point, whether in the suburbs, on observation decks or just beside the river, will be connected through the public transport system. Eateries, seating and toilet access will be provided, along with security and admin staff overseeing the crowds.
Ferries and skiffs will also be allowed to sail and dock over certain areas just beside the bridge, allowing a spectacular insight near the heart of all the firework displays.