NYE: 2014 to go out with a bang

Written By komlim puldel on Rabu, 31 Desember 2014 | 20.01

Revellers around the world wait in anticipation to start the countdown to the new year.

Mambo creator Reg Mombassa explains his inspiration for creating an iconic design for Sydney's 2013 New Year's Eve fireworks. Courtesy City of Sydney.

WATCH the spectacular fireworks display that brought in the new year in Sydney

GET ready for a big bang at midnight as the skies light up across the country.

From Sydney to Darwin and places in between. Here's where the biggest displays will be.

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Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the top spots in the world to see in the New Year. File pic. Source: Supplied

SYDNEY: This is the biggest bang in Australia and ranked one of the top spots to see the New Year in globally, so good luck finding a cushy spot in Sydney. Primo locations are filling up fast. The Sydney Opera House is now closed, the Tarpeian Precinct along with about 10 other vantage points are also closed according to The Daily Telegraph.

The City of Sydney expects 1.6 million people to squeeze into every available position for the 9pm and midnight crackers — and the new wedged 10.40pm display.

New Year's Eve fireworks in Melbourne. Pic: supplied. Source: News Limited

MELBOURNE: Revellers have been told to watch out for a "ghost shell" firework, which resembles a giant rolling wheel in the sky, according to theHerald Sun.

"I don't think it's been used in fireworks display of this scale anywhere in Australia before," Melbourne Lord Mayor Robert Doyle said.

Brisvegas will light up the Story Bridge as part of festivities. Pic Jono Searle Source: News Limited

BRISBANE: They don't call it Brisvegas for nothing. But revellers are feeling a bit nervous about a greying sky over the city for New Year's Eve celebrations according to The Courier-Mail. As always, the city will feature a spectacular array of fireworks across the Brisbane River and Southbank as well as lighting up the Story Bridge.

New Year's Eve in Elder Park, Adelaide. File pic. Source: News Limited

ADELAIDE: Why have one big fireworks when you can have two? Adelaide offers punters a choice of a main city fireworks event at Elder Park in Adelaide, or a second event at Glenelg, according to Adelaide Advertiser

Elder Park will host a night of spectacular entertainment and fireworks with live music by a range of local artists and Fresh FM, food stalls and a licensed beer garden, while the Glo Glenelg event includes live entertainment headlined by The Voice finalist Carlos Velazquez, children's amusements and fireworks displays.

Fireworks in Perth. Source: News Corp Australia

PERTH: One of WA'S biggest New Year's Eve parties will draw 15,000 revellers to toast 2015 in Northbridge this week according to Perth Now. Among the highlights of the end-of-year celebrations will be internationally acclaimed trapeze artist Miss Gail Force hanging around in the city's night district — 7m above James St, to be exact, with no net.

DARWIN: The far north of Australia is croc full of stuff to do for the night, according to NT News, with the Darwin waterfront set to be the pick of top spots to ring in 2015. It will be the first time the waterfront has hosted the fireworks display.

HOBART: It's all about the Taste of Tasmania, according to The Hobart Mercury with the city hosting a feast of festivities of the tongue to end 2014.


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