Australia Day Fireworks Cruise on Fantasea Crystal
- Licensed bar onboard.
- Departs Darling Harbour – Aquarium Wharf at 19:00pm
- Australia Day - Fireworks Cruise on Sydney Harbour Departing from Darling Harbour
- Child (4-15)
- Family (2 Adults, 2 Children)
Reflect. Respect. Celebrate
As the sun sets over Sydney on Australia Day, Fantasea Cruising invites you to join us onboard for a twilight cruise on Sydney Harbour, marking a fitting finale to our national day. The Australia Day Fireworks Cruise on Fantasea Crystal offers front row seats close to Circular Quay to see a series of dazzling fireworks displays around the Opera House and Harbour Bridge
Some of the country’s brightest musical stars will bring to life a host of well-known Aussie smash hit songs at the Opera House. See the line up here.
This unique event features live musical performances choreographed to a flotilla of yachts, projections on the Sydney Opera House sails, and stunning pyrotechnic displays over Sydney Harbour.
Australia Day live program includes:
6:30pm to 7:30pm – Pre-concert entertainment
– Heritage and Working Boats Parade of vessels that call Sydney home
– NSW Australians of the Year do a loop of Circular Quay by boat
– Aussie classic hits sing along
7:30pm to 9:30 pm — Concert live and televised around the country
7:30pm — Welcome to Country performance
8:00pm — Tug and Yacht Ballet performed by a flotilla of maritime vessels
8:20pm — Sunset Ceremony featuring performances by special guests and a dazzling lighting and fireworks spectacle
8:45pm — Tribute to Opera sung by special guest and choir, accompanied by a stunning yacht ballet and lighting display, jet skis and fireworks
9:00pm — Quay-wide party with an exciting on-water show and fireworks
9:15pm — Spectacular finale with live musical medley of Australian classics synchronised with jet skis, flyboards and a breathtaking lighting and fireworks display.
Onboard Fantasea Crystal
Fantasea Crystal’s viewing areas are composed of a seated sundeck, covered rear deck and large windows along the internal saloon.
We acknowledge the land on which we gather, from places as widespread and diverse as the NRMA. In the presence of Elders past, present and future, we recognise all journeys and our mutual role in creating new paths together.