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Media Alert

 

Sydney New Year’s Day media call

 

 

WHAT:            City of Sydney New Year’s Day media call  

 

WHEN:           Today, 11am, Monday 1 January 2024                     

           

WHERE:         Sydney Opera House forecourt (close to the restaurant Aria)

 

WHO:             Lord Mayor of Sydney, Clover Moore

City of Sydney Executive Producer, Stephen Gilby



For media inquiries contact Nicky Breen.

 

Nicky Breen: mobile +61 436 599 861 or email nbreen@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au

 

For New Year’s Eve event information, visit the Sydney New Year’s Eve website.

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