Saturday 31st December
Victoria Park, Camperdown, Gadigal Land – Sydney NSW
NO, NYE In the Park is an 18+ Event.
Proof of Age identification will be required upon entry
VALID/CURRENT Photo ID is required in the following formats for entry:
– Photo Driver License
– Keypass- VIC and TAS
– RTA Photo Card – NSW
As an 18+ event, you will need to bring at least one of the following forms of valid photo ID to be permitted into the festival.
Head to our website; www.nyeinthepark.com and follow the prompts.
Gates open at 4pm and the festival ends at 1am.
NYE In The Park does have wheelchair access, however, please be mindful that the event is set upon natural terrain and can be uneven at times. We have put provisions in place to best accommodate people with disabilities, but so we can do our best to meet your needs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any special requirements you may have or for any further information.
NYE In The Park supports the companion program.
For event-specific information, or to arrange companion ticket, please get in touch with our team; email@example.com
NYE In The Park does not allow you to leave the event and then come back in (also known as a “pass out”).
No. All the bars are cashless, so please ensure you bring along your visa/mastercard credit or debit card (or ensure your phone has enough battery if you’re using Apple/Google pay).
No. No drinks are permitted into the festival, except for a sealed or empty water bottle.
We will have a delicious selection of beverages available on the day, across all our bars! For more information on what drinks will be on offer, stay tuned to our socials.
Yes! We are more than happy for you to bring in either a sealed or empty water bottle into the event.
We will have plenty of water stations available around the site for you to refill your bottle throughout the day.
Please note, no other sealed drinks will be permitted in, such as; soft drinks, sports drinks, energy drinks etc.
We will have a range of high quality food stalls and trucks catering to all dietary requirements at NYE In The Park. Stay tuned to our socials for more info on what food you can expect to find at the event!
No food will be permitted into the event. We will have an extensive range of food vendors catering to all dietary requirements.
If you have a medical condition that requires you to bring along your own food, please drop an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to gain prior approval for a smooth entry process.
Please send an email to email@example.com with the following information, so that we can ensure a smooth entry process for you:
If your medication requires storage/refrigeration, please see our first aid tent immediately after arrival so you can make arrangements with the team for your medication.
Professional cameras, and any camera with a detachable lens, are not permitted. You can, however, bring in a small point and shoot camera, a disposable camera and your smart phone.
Yes, but bars will be cashless. Food vendors and market stalls will take cash and card.
No, we will not have a merch tent at this year’s NYE In The Park.
Yes! Please look out for the signs pointing you in the right direction on the day.
If you lose something at the event, head to the Facebook event page and our socials for information on who to contact about Lost & Found.
NYE In The Park will go ahead rain, wind or shine – unless weather conditions become extreme and dangerous and pose a serious risk to the safety of patrons, artists and crew.
We highly recommend you wear enclosed shoes, however, open shoes such as sandals will be permitted. You will be refused entry if you arrive wearing thongs/flip-flops or no shoes at all.
We will have a few paid and volunteer positions available at NYE In The Park. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to include the event you’re interested in working at, along with your CV.
Please email email@example.com and your email will be forwarded on to the relevant team member.
For all the info on how to get to the event, scroll down below to our transport info!
NYE In The Park is wheelchair accessible, however, please be mindful that the event is set upon natural terrain and can be uneven at times.
Any people wishing to register their arrival and specific needs can do so directly via email to our events team:
Yes, you can count on it.
We work closely with local police to ensure a safe and enjoyable event for all. Any drug activity, antisocial behaviour and general public safety issues will be monitored and managed closely by the event staff, security and police.
There will also be an increased NSW police presence on all forms of public transport across the Sydney Metropolitan Network, including Drug Detection dogs on New Years Eve.
Patrons should respect police and be compliant with their requests, but should also be aware of their rights.
No, NYE In The Park does not allow you to leave the event and then come back in (also known as a “pass out”).
All bags are subject to a safety and security search upon entry and any prohibited items will be confiscated and disposed of. It is a condition of entry to NYE In The Park that a search of person or possessions may be required at the time of entry to the venue.
NYE In The Park does not condone drug use, or any behaviour that may knowingly cause harm to an individual.
Police sniffer dogs regularly operate at NYE In The Park, so please don’t bring anything with you that will prevent you from enjoying the festival.
If you’re feeling unwell, or see someone who might need assistance, please reach out to the closest medical team member, security or event staff immediately. Our team is here to help, without judgement.
Alcohol, glass (perfume bottles under 100ml are permitted), food, soft drinks, metal cutlery, bottle openers, cans, more than 100ml of liquid (sunscreen, perfume, makeup), hydration packs or bladders, skateboards, milk crates, containers of liquid fuel, water pistols, weapons, illegal drugs, fireworks, fire twirling devices, flares, professional recording devices, laser lights, studded clothing apparel, any other items considered illegal or dangerous, animals, umbrellas, eskys, backpacks larger than an A4 piece of paper, shopping trolleys, camping chairs, deck chairs, bean bags, air beds, tables, tents, sun shades, aerosols.
For the full list of items that are not permitted into the event, please read through our Terms and Conditions of Entry.
Yes, you can smoke at the event within the designated smoking areas. Smoking outside these areas is prohibited as the event site will be non-smoking. Smoking inside enclosed areas is prohibited. Smoking is at your own risk and you are expected to abide by health laws pertaining to smoking.
There will be full medical facilities available on site. The First Aid tents will be easily visible, but if you have any trouble finding them, don’t hesitate to ask one of our friendly staff for assistance.
We’ve outlined some harm reduction strategies below so that you party safely at NYE In The Park. If you have any questions or need any assistance on the day, please visit the medical tent or the DanceWize team.
1) Research substances and their effects
Jump on Erowid.org before the festival or come and chat to the crew at DanceWize NSW at the festival for non-judgemental information and advice on a huge variety of substances.
2) Avoid dangerous drug combinations
The effects of alcohol and other drugs can be unpredictable when you mix them. It’s important to be aware of which combos are more dangerous. This also goes for medications that may be prescribed. Check out this chart, and chat to DanceWize NSW to find out more.
3) Plan your party day
Plan ahead to reduce potential harms when partying. If you’re planning to use alcohol or other drugs, set a limit of how much you plan to use, and stick to it.
4) Surround yourself with trusted mates
Partying is always better with good mates around you. Check in with your mates to make sure they’re doing okay. Make sure you each know what the others have taken, and don’t be afraid to pull your mate up if you think they’ve had enough.
5) Don’t buy drugs from unknown sources
If you choose to use illicit drugs, make sure you can trust your source to tell you about strength and purity. It’s a good idea to test your stuff, if you have a test kit.
6) Avoid using alcohol and other drugs if your mood is low or you’re feeling unwell
Your mood and physical wellbeing have a massive impact on the way any substance will affect you. It’s not a good idea to try to use alcohol or other drugs to lift your mood if you’re feeling down – they could make it much worse.
Plan a safe way to get home from the festival. If you’re going to use any kind of drug, including alcohol, check the bus and train timetables, or make sure you have money for a cab. If you’re partying a long way from home, find alternative accommodation like a mate’s couch or a hotel room. Never drink/drug drive.
8) Eat, rest, hydrate
No matter whether you choose to use substances or not, a big day partying in the sun is going to take it out of you. Make some time between acts to have a rest and get some food. Keep yourself hydrated by drinking half a litre of water per hour while dancing, and about half that when resting. There’s free water at the bars, free water stations and DanceWize NSW.
9) Love safe & Safe Space
Sometimes when you’re out partying, alcohol and other drugs can influence your decision making.
If you ever feel unsafe or you need support, speak to a security guard or come to DanceWize NSW next to the medical tent. We will provide a safe space for you to talk, or not talk, about your experience. We’re here to help.
DanceWize NSW is all about safer partying. DanceWize will have a dedicated safe space on ground at NYE In The Park, providing safe-partying information and support for you or any of your crew.
You are encouraged to visit the DanceWize team if you are experiencing;
You will also see their roving team walking around the festival – just look out for the purple shirts! If you, or anyone around you needs help, please don’t hesitate to approach a DanceWize team member who will promptly assist.
We want to make sure all our patrons are looking after themselves and beating the heat throughout the day so that you don’t miss the grand finale!
Some essential tips to keep cool:
If you’re experiencing the following symptoms of heatstroke, please visit the onsite medical tent immediately:
General admission, from: $119.90 + fees
VIP: $219.90 + fees
Tickets are available from nyeinthepark.com or iwannaticket.com.au
VIP Ticket Holders Receive:
VIP GARDEN LOUNGE:
Relax in your private garden lounge with a prime view of the main stage! In here you’ll have access to extra seating, VIP toilets and plenty of space to dance with your mates!
VIP FOOD & BAR OFFERING:
A bespoke food offering coupled with a VIP bar with your own exclusive cocktail menu!
Our beauty bar will offer lotions, scents and mirrors so you can keep looking fresh throughout the day.
VIP entry lane, so you can speed through entry and straight into the festival!
Yes! As long as there are still VIP tickets available at the time of your enquiry, we are happy to swap your ticket type over. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and our ticketing team will be able to assist you.
You can purchase a maximum of 10 tickets per transaction.
Yes! As long as the barcode is clearly legible. Make sure your phone is fully charged to avoid any issues!
Try Resend my ticket. If you are still having issues, please contact email@example.com
As per the Terms and Conditions of Sale and Purchase, we do not offer refunds.
Of course! Please change the name on the ticket by clicking the link found in the confirmation email you received at the time of purchase.
To combat inflated ticket scalping, NYE In The Park will only recognise tickets which are re-sold at default face value through our official ticket re-sale facility, Tixel.
Try Resend my ticket. If you are still having issues, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please remember, if you are not feeling well, have any flu like symptoms or are waiting on a PCR test result to please stay home.
While at the festival, please be mindful of other patrons’ space, wash your hands after you go to the loo and use the hand sanitiser provided throughout the site.
The main modes of public transport are Trains and Buses
Normal train services to and from Redfern and Central Train station will be running throughout the day as per normal schedules. Additional services will be provided by Transport NSW.
It is a 13-minute walk from Central Station and a 15-minute walk from Redfern Station to Victoria Park.
A downloadable timetable along with further information will be available at: www.transportnsw.info
Transport NSW will run additional bus services on New Years Eve.
Route 370, 423, 436, 426, 428, M30 busses operate via City Road to Victoria Park.
Route 412, 413, 436, 438, 439, 440, 461, 470, 480, 483, M10 busses operate via Parramatta Road to Victoria Park.
When leaving the event, we highly recommend using the train services from Central Station or Redfern Station to get home, as bus stops (and buses) can get crowded and it may take you longer to get home.
For timetables, travel plans, ticket and fare information call the Transport Info line on 131 500 between 6.00am and 10.00pm seven days a week; interactive voice response 24 hours a day.
For live updates to maps and timetables, follow @BusesInfo on Twitter
Whilst there is on-street parking available in surrounding streets based on hourly, ticketed rates, we cannot guarantee the availability of parking spaces and are unable to allow passouts from the event for you to check your car.
Alternatively, the following car parks are available within a 2-17 minute walk to Victoria Park. All parking lots are user-charge based on hourly rates which can be found on their websites below:
You can also plan your trip using the Transport for NSW trip planner.