It was New Year, when Bharat and Ishita flew to Australia from New Zealand for celebrations. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from Sydney Harbour, where some amazing fireworks were captured on New Year Evening. Let's check out more from Sydney Harbour.
Above photograph shows Sydney Harbour Bridge which is basically a steel bridge through arch bridge across Sydney Harbour that carries rail, vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney central business district (CBD) and the North Shore. The dramatic view of the bridge, the harbour, and the nearby Sydney Opera House is an iconic image of Sydney, New South Wales, and Australia. The bridge is nicknamed 'The Coathanger' because of its arch-based design.
In midnight, Australia celebrates the start of a New Year! Sydney does this in style by lighting up the night sky with a spectacular fireworks display launched from seven barges on the Harbour, the rooftops of seven city skyscrapers and, unforgettably, from Sydney Harbour Bridge. It becomes a reason why Sydney is the New Year’s Eve Capital of the World.
Many of the folks come to Australia for New Year Celebrations. Many folks don't get right place at Sydney Harbour foreshore to watch what is clearly the best New Year’s Eve fireworks display on Earth. This firework shows is quite popular and there are some online services providers who stream live view from a great place and these models work very well.
Dawes Point, Garden Island, Sydney Cove and Vaucluse are some of the main places at Sydney Harbour. Few helicopter cameras keep capturing the great moments for online folks.
The bridge's design was influenced by the Hell Gate Bridge in New York. It was the world's widest long-span bridge, at 48.8 meters wide, until construction of the new Port Mann Bridge in Vancouver. It is also the fifth longest spanning-arch bridge in the world, and it is the tallest steel arch bridge, measuring 134 metres from top to water level. Until 1967 the Harbour Bridge was Sydney's tallest structure.