See a series of dazzling fireworks displays around the Opera House and Harbour Bridge with front row seats close to Circular Quay!
A time to reconnect
and walk together
This Australia Day, the community is encouraged to Reflect, Respect and Celebrate our nation and our people – especially our strong sense of community as we work towards reconnecting. Australia Day 2023 is a time to recognise the resilience of all Australians and to focus on what we can achieve when we move forward as a community and a unified nation.
Reflect, Respect and Celebrate
Australia Day means different things to different people and everyone is encouraged to acknowledge Australia Day in a way that’s meaningful to them.
We acknowledge the significant contribution that everyone makes to our nation, from First Nations people who have lived here for 65,000 years to our newest citizens who call Australia home.
Australia Day Cruises on Sydney Harbour
Spend a couple of glorious hours with the Fantasea Cruising crew as we revel in all that Sydney Harbour has to offer.
Cheer on your favourite ferry as they compete for the elusive title, block your ears as the 21 Gun Salute is fired from North Sydney under the bridge, watch the Tug and Yacht Ballet in awe of nautical precision as a fleet of yachts, personal watercraft, tugboats and ferries tack in unison.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land and waterways on which our business operates.
We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and emerging.