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Sydney welcomes 2016 | photos The midnight fireworks display lights up Sydney Harbour during the New Year’s Eve celebrations on January 1, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. The 12 minute display featured a huge range of pyrotechnic effects from 7 barges in the harbour, 4 sails of the Sydney Opera House and firing points from across the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Pic: Brook Mitchell/Fairfax Media
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Sydney Celebrates New Year’s Eve. Pic: Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

True colours: the midnight New Year’s Eve fireworks on Sydney Harbour. Photo: Janie Barrett

Sydney Celebrates New Year’s Eve. Pic: Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

Sydney Celebrates New Year’s Eve. Pic: Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

Sydney Celebrates New Year’s Eve. Pic: Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

Sydney Celebrates New Year’s Eve. Pic: Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

Sydney Celebrates New Year’s Eve. Pic: Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

Sydney Celebrates New Year’s Eve. Pic: Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

Sydney Celebrates New Year’s Eve. Pic: Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

Sydney Celebrates New Year’s Eve. Pic: Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

Sydney Celebrates New Year’s Eve. Pic: Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

Sydney Celebrates New Year’s Eve. Pic: Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

Sydney Celebrates New Year’s Eve. Pic: Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

Sydney Celebrates New Year’s Eve. Pic: Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

Sydney Celebrates New Year’s Eve. Pic: Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

Sydney Celebrates New Year’s Eve. Pic: Ryan Pierse, Getty Images

The fireworks seen from Barangaroo park. Photo: Brook Mitchell

The party starts for revellers on Sydney Harbour, shortly before being removed by police. Pic: Brook Mitchell/Fairfax Media

The party starts for revellers on NYE at Sydney Harbour Pic: Brook Mitchell/Fairfax Media

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Sydney has once again proved why its New Year celebrations are world famous, with bursts of brilliance providing a spectacular backdrop to the Harbour Bridge and Opera House as Australia welcomed in 2016.

Synchronised to a soundtrack of some of 2015’s biggest hits, includingUptown FunkandHold Back the River, the almost 15-minute fireworks show sent crowds into rapturous cheers and applause.

The $7 million party kicked off early on Thursday, with a vast and proud Aboriginal Welcome to Country ceremony ushering inthe iconic fireworks display, putting local Gadigal, Wangal and Gamaragal traditions front and centre in global new year celebrations.

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