Coogee Beach Fireworks: New Year’s Eve 2010

And they kept coming. Twenty minutes of spectacular fireworks that illuminated the skies over Sydney‘s Coogee Beach.

Coogee Beach Fireworks NYE 2010

Starting at 9.30 pm, the crowds had already gathered on the beach, along the length of the promenade and took vantage positions over picnic rugs to see the local fireworks display put on by Randwick City Council.

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Scenes around Coogee Beach before the start of fireworks

The 2010 fireworks rivalled previous years. Sparks of light and colour gradually increased in size and built up to a crescendo of cheers and applause as they almost covered half the beach.

Coogee Beach Fireworks NYE 2010

Coogee Beach Fireworks NYE 2010

Coogee Beach Fireworks NYE 2010

Coogee Beach Fireworks NYE 2010

Coogee Beach Fireworks NYE 2010

Coogee Beach Fireworks NYE 2010

Coogee Beach Fireworks NYE 2010

Coogee Beach Fireworks NYE 2010

Coogee Beach Fireworks NYE 2010

To all our readers around the world, we hope you all had a Happy New Year’s eve!

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Corinne Mossati is the Founder/Editor of popular online magazine Gourmantic and Cocktails & Bars, a website dedicated to cocktail culture and the discerning drinker. She is named in Australian Bartender Magazine’s Top 100 Most Influential List, is a member of The Academy responsible for judging the World’s 50 Best Bars. She has also judged the inaugural Australasian Whisky Awards and various national cocktail competitions.

20 Comments:

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  2. happy new year mr.g and ms gourmantic :-) wishing you more
    travels this 2011 :-)

  3. Hi Corinne

    A much more exciting new year’s eve than mine :) Little Sara was sleeping in the other room so we had to keep it down. Wanted to wish you a happy new year and say how lovely it was to meet you this year. Hope to catch up soon.

    • I’m sure the excitement was in seeing your little girl’s smile :) Happy NY to you and your family. It was a pleasure to meet you and I look forward to catching up soon! :)

  4. Oh how fun!!! What a fabulous place to watch fireworks. :-)
    I’ve never had New Year’s on the beach before, but almost every
    year we celebrate 4th of July there. :-) Happiest of new years to
    you, Corinne! I’m so glad I met you in this blogging world of ours.
    :-)

    • It’s a great ambience on the beach with the fireworks and much less crowded than those around Sydney harbour! Likewise, Krista :) It’s lovely getting to know you through your this medium! :)

  5. Corinne – Love the photos! Such a festive post. I, too,
    hope we can share a drink and dinner somewhere in the world. Best
    wishes for 2011!

  6. I missed fireworks this year, so this is great to see! Awesome pictures, and Happy New Year 2011!

  7. Glad I found you. These fireworks explore right into the
    eye of your reader. I enjoyed this photo post. Happy New
    Year.

    • Hi Inka and welcome :) That’s exactly how it felt, as if the sky was about to fall with the fireworks kept coming closer! Thank you for the comment and Happy 2011!

  8. Happy New Year! Thanks for this taste of some lesser-known fireworks – they looked spectacular! Can’t wait to see where 2011 takes Gourmantic!

    • They did a pretty good job this year, and it was a lot of fun to watch for 20 minutes!

      Happy New Year to my twin! :) I hope 2011 is fabulous all round!

  9. What great fireworks – have always loved them, really gets you in the mood to celebrate!
    Thanks so much for all of the wonderful posts you’ve shared with us this past year & wishing you much happiness (& many more delicious adventures) in 2011! Bonne annee!!

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