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New Year’s Eve: The anticipation growsphotos

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Pic by @sydneymorningherald: Crowds gather at @sydneyoperahouse ahead of #NewYearsEve 2015. Photo by SMH photographer Steven Siewert.

Pic by @suzanliu: New years eve!! #countdown #barangaroo

Pic by @christiantan808: All set for the New Years celebration on the Harbour ..happy new year

Pic by @ksuzana: Waiting for New Year’s eve Sydney style 🙂

Pic by @paulymarley: People getting ready for the New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve earlybirds have found spots both comfortable and less so in Kirribilli in preparation for tonight’s events. Pic: Nick Moir

Hundreds already preparing for tonight’s New Year’s Eve celebrations at Blues Point, Sydney. Pic: Nick Moir

New Year’s Eve earlybirds have found spots both comfortable and less so in Kirribilli in preparation for tonight’s events. Pic: Nick Moir

Pic by @locochat25

Pic by @lifuljs

Pic by @newportnewyork

Pic by @daisylaf Crew: All ready for NYE

Pic by @la_phinajosa: We stand up at 4am to stand in this line…waiting forward #nye 🎆

Pic by @ae8233: Hi~Sydney

Pic @juliamilevich_: 3.5 hours in and counting… 🙄 #nye #nye2015 #sydney

Pic by @david_lib: Let the #queues begin! #NYE #fireworks #sydney #visitnsw

Pic by @gerardoalvarez: #operahouse #sydney #austalia

Pic by @justina.lin: Happy new year’s eve

TweetFacebookAnd … in Victoria:What will Melbourne look like with 500,000 people in the city on New Year’s Eve?

More thanhalf a million people are expected to flock to the CBD on New Year’s Eveto usher in 2016, so the city is bracing itself for some pretty large crowds.

If you’re planning to come into the CBD for New Year’s, then chances are the Melbourne City Council will monitor your every step so it can work out how to keep the celebrations under control.

Well, sort of. It’s nothing quite that sinister. Rather, the council has installed a network of foot traffic monitoring sensors at 28 locations throughout the city, which keep track of how many pedestrians are passing through. Read more

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