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Fireworks light up the Sydney Harbour Bridge


The authorised green pass system kept numbers to a minimum at some of the city’s best vantage points and waterside restaurants, many of which said they lost many of their bookings for #New #Year’s #Eve parties recently.

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#Ezekiel and #Kristal #Dioneda, who have been in #Australia for two years and spent #December 31 last year watching the fireworks at a crowded #Westfield #Tower, had a different experience this year.

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#After #Googling the best places to watch the fireworks, they decided a front-row seat by the harbour was the way to go.

“It’s pretty empty, you don’t usually see this place with so few people,” #Mr #Dioneda said. “When we arrived in #Australia, the bushfires were terrible. #We were looking forward to enjoying this new year.”

#Ezekiel and #Kristal #Dioneda were dining inside the #Green #Zone at #Circular #Quay on #New #Year’s #Eve.#Credit: #Wolter #Peeters

#Mrs #Dioneda added that they were a bit nervous given the pandemic and had opted to wear face masks.

#Revellers were greeted at #Circular #Quay and other city entry points with offers of face masks and asked by police or event organisers to show their permits.

The area around the #Opera #House was all but empty, save for the police and event organisers.

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https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/sydney-s-new-year-s-eve-still-goes-off-with-a-bang-20201231-p56r3n.html

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