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Don’t miss your chance to spend New Year’s Eve in the middle of Sydney Harbour

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Celebrate New Year’s Eve on Cockatoo Island, Sydney’s Harbour only Island where you can stay overnight, and watch the fireworks from a spectacular location right in the heart of Sydney Harbour. There’s glamping, camping and BYO camping available as well as a variety of activities and entertainment to make your night an unforgettable experience.

Take the family and enjoy a two night get-away as you explore the Island and camp in style with activities running from Saturday 30 December through to Monday 1 January.

Join in the guided tours exploring the Island’s convict and shipbuilding history, games and crafts for the kids, historic steam crane demonstrations, movies in our Wolverine Cinema and a live DJ on NYE. 

There’s also an exciting selection of food and drink options with pop up stalls and food trucks on the Island for this special event.

There’s a range of different Glamping and Camping options to suit all budgets and tastes.

Glamping, camping PACKAGES & BYO camping SITES

Arrival:                  Saturday 30 December 2017

Departure:          Monday 1 January 2018

NYE pricing for Glamping, Camping Packages, and BYO Camping Sites ranges from $450 - $2400 for up to six people.

Glamping and Camping NYE 2017 options are for two-night stays.

Tickets for all Glamping, Camping and BYO Camping Sites are on sale via Moshtix.

To find out more about our NYE 2017 Glamping, Camping Packages and BYO Camping Sites, including prices and booking conditions, please visit
www.cockatooisland.gov.au/stay/new-years-eve-2017

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