Pirrama Park designated accessible viewing area
Pirrama Park in Pyrmont is a family-friendly site with level terrain and great views of the fireworks from the western side of the Harbour Bridge. Pirrama Park is fully accessible and can accommodate up to 7,000 people, and includes a designated accessible viewing area located on the wharf area for those with accessible needs, their family and friends. The designated accessible viewing area can accommodate up to 90 people. You will need a wristband to book this area.
Accessible toilets and change room.
Onsite security and first aid.
Bring your own picnic.
No shade. Bring a hat, sunscreen, raincoat or umbrella.
Limited seating available
bag checks on entry
drop off point available until 7pm.
The gate opens at 2pm.
Enter at Pirrama Road.
The wharf viewing area is 350 metres from the general entry point at Pirrama Park and around 170m from the drop off point near the wharf (Pirrama Road closes to vehicles at 7pm).
For more information on accessibility and to book a space in the designated accessible viewing area, contact the organiser.
Public transport is the best way to get around on New Year’s Eve.
The Star light rail station is 500 metres from the Pirrama Road gate. Pirrama Road will be closed from 7pm until 4am.
Jones Bay Wharf car park is 200 metres from the site. It will be open until 7pm (or when full). Cars may not be allowed to leave until 1am when pedestrians have cleared.
Alternative car parks are on Edward Street and Murray Street in Pyrmont, both around one kilometre from the site.
The Star only allows members to access its car park.