New Year’s Eve fireworks in Sydney in 2023
Sydney welcomed in 2023 with a grand display of fireworks fired from the Opera House, the Harbour Bridge, rooftops, and harbour pontoons.
Since Saturday morning, people had been choosing the best spots along the waterfront. Aerial photos taken at 6 o’clock indicated that the harbor’s vantage points were crowded with spectators awaiting the evening’s activities.
Some others, like Sunita Popal and her partner Alan Espinoza from Los Angeles, had wanted to watch Sydney’s renowned show for ten years.
Before the fireworks, Popal remarked, “I’ve been fantasising about it for ten years.” We anticipate witnessing the best fireworks display ever.
Indigenous artists Carmen Glynn-Braun and Dennis Golding, who received their degrees from the University of NSW’s school of art and design three years ago, created the first display of fireworks at 9 o’clock in the evening.
The first fireworks display was preceded by a smoking ceremony, Welcome to Country, pylon projections, and lighting effects.
As the first animations were projected onto the Sydney Harbour Bridge’s pylons and fireworks erupted in the harbour as part of a production that took six months to prepare, spectators cheered.
A rainbow waterfall cascade, as well as brand-new effects like falling leaves and ghost shells, wowed viewers during the midnight event.
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