Where to Celebrate Australia Day in Sydney

Australia Day is right around the corner, meaning there’s no time like the present to make plans for January 26th. To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of the best celebrations in Sydney. All you have to do is decide which one to go to...

Ferrython

Circular Quay

Check out the popular Australia Day tradition of Sydney’s ferries racing from Circular Quay to Shark Island and back. Pack a picnic and get in early to bags a spot on the harbour foreshore, then watch as they race it out for the winning title. Find out more about the Ferrython here.

The Wiggles Concert

Darling Harbour

Get yourself and the kids to Tumbalong Park in Darling Harbour to watch The Wiggles take to the stage. Your kids will have an incredible time singing and dancing along to their all-time favourite Wiggles hits. It’s a ticketed event, so keep your eyes on the Darling Harbour website as tickets will be released soon.

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Seadeck

Sydney Harbour

There’s nothing more Aussie then a day spent on the water with your best mates, a few drinks and some pumping beats. At the cost of $65 per person, you can enjoy a cruise around the harbour while you take in Sydney’s iconic views from a different angle. All you need to do is wait at King Street Wharf and get ready for an afternoon you won’t forget. Find out more about Seadeck here.

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Sydney Street Party

The Rocks

Gather the kids and head down to The Rocks for a fun family day out featuring interactive games, roving performers and market stalls. There’s something for everyone and the buzzing atmosphere will make you feel very patriotic. Find out more about the Sydney Street Party here.

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By Caitlin Georghiou

Caitlin's two biggest passions are food and travel. If she's not checking out the newest restaurant, you’ll find her hiking through the Aussie bush.

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