Fireworks are back!
Watch the spectacular Darling Harbour Fireworks every Saturday night at 8.30pm from one of our waterfront restaurants or bars.
Current fireworks schedule:
8.30pm, Sat 4 May
8.30pm, Sat 11 May
8.30pm, Sat 18 May
7.40pm and 9pm, Fri 24 May
7.40pm and 9pm, Sat 25 May
7.40pm and 9pm, Fri 31 May
7.40pm and 9pm, Sat 1 June
7.40pm and 9pm, Fri 7 June
7.40pm and 9pm, Sat 8 June
7.40pm and 9pm, Fri 14 June
7.40pm and 9pm, Sat 15 June
8.30pm, Sat 22 June
8.30pm, Sat 29 June
8.30pm, Sat 6 July
8.30pm, Sat 13 July
8.30pm, Sat 20 July
8.30pm, Sat 27 July
8.30pm, Sat 3 August
8.30pm, Sat 10 August
8.30pm, Sat 17 August
8.30pm, Sat 24 August
8.30pm, Sat 31 August
More dates to be released soon.
Where is the best place to watch the fireworks? The fireworks shot into the sky over Cockle Bay in Darling Harbour, so as a result can be seen clearly from anywhere along the water's edge. For an all weather option, we would suggest booking a waterfront table at one of our restaurants and enjoying dinner and a show! Check out the full list of dining options here
Will the fireworks still be on if it rains? Yes! Rain, hail or shine the show must go on. The only acception is seriously high winds - but let's be honest, that's very rare! So for an all weather option, we would suggest booking a waterfront table at one of our restaurants and enjoying dinner and a show! Check out the full list of dining options here
Is there any parking at Harbourside? A parking deal is available for Harbourside customers: $15 flat rate parking in the Wilson Harbourside Car Park with a combined purchase of $40 at Harbourside Shopping Centre. This includes purchases from all restaurants and bars, so is a great deal for the designated driver. Find out here how to redeem this offer here
How do I get to Harbourside, Darling Harbour? The centre is served by the Sydney Light Rail Network, with Pyrmont Bay and Convention light rail stations situated north and west of the centre. It’s also very easily accessible from the Sydney CBD by foot via the Pyrmont Bridge and the pedestrian walkway through the Cockle Bay Wharf precinct. The centre can also be visited over water with the Pyrmont Bay Wharf to the north, and the Convention Wharf directly in front of the centre to the east – this is mostly used by the Shopper Hopper Ferry to transports visitors to and from Birkenhead Point Shopping Outlet and Circular Quay. Click here for more information on Getting Here
How do I get featured on Harbourside's Facebook and Instagram?
1. FOLLOW @harboursideshoppingcentre on Instagram and Facebook
2. SNAP a pic at Harbourside or Darling Harbour
3. UPLOAD to Instagram or Facebook and #wheresydneycelebrates and @harboursideshoppingcentre
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