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Sydney showed the world why it's the New Year's Eve capital with a sparkling fireworks and lighting show to ring in 2020.
Sydney’s reputation as the world’s New Year’s Eve capital will be underlined tonight with a stunning display of fireworks, lighting, pylon projections and a celebration of the world’s oldest living culture.
A fireworks show renowned as the world's best will form the centrepiece of the stunning Sydney New Year's Eve spectacle to ring in a new decade.
A selection of contemporary and classic songs by Australian artists will ring out as Sydney celebrates 2020 at the world’s best New Year’s Eve party.
Whether your festive tree is real or fake, the City of Sydney is offering all residents a free Christmas tree pick-up service.
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