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The return of the fireworks at Harbourside, every Saturday night at 8.30pm

When:
Sat 22 Sep
Every  Week on Saturday until Sat 13 Oct 2018
Cost:
Free
Details:
After an 18-month hiatus during Darling Harbour’s transformation, Harbourside Darling Harbour is set to ring in Spring with the return of the Fireworks at Harbourside!

Kicking off on Saturday September 8 at 8.30pm, locals & tourists can now enjoy the perfect finish to their dinner and entertainment at one of Sydney’s most glorious waterfront locations.

What better way for families, locals and tourists to enjoy our beautiful city. With an array of magnificent restaurants to dine in such as Hurricane’s, Blue Fish, Cyren, Hardrock Café Sydney and more, plus non-stop entertainment choices such as the ferris wheel, ten pin bowling, and laser skirmish - together with the fireworks every Saturday night - Harbourside at Darling Harbour is the place to be!

Harbourside has over 25 restaurants open until after 10pm and the bars and pubs…. even later! Polish off the experience with fireworks and you have a great night to remember.

To join the conversation on Facebook and Instagram, please tag @harboursideshoppingcentre and use the hashtag #wheresydneycelebrates
Location:
Harbourside Harbour, Darling Harbour
Contact:
Louise on
  02 8398 5700

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