1-31 October 2014 (New South Wales)
1-8 November 2014 (Melbourne, Victoria)
31 December 2014( Sydney Harbour, New South Wales)
Below is a video from the firework show from 2013. 2014/2015 is set to be bigger and better!
The Sydney New Year’s Eve program has some exciting events leading to the spectacular midnight fireworks. Ranging from air displays, fire tug water displays, lights on the water, to midnight fireworks.
Midnight comes earlier here than to any other major international city, so cameras from around the world are focused on Sydney to watch the spectacular show.
Being in Sydney for New Year’s is a must if you are in Australia!
9-31 January 2015 (Across Australia)
This is the biggest football tournament that starts at Melbourne stadium.
16 Countries including Japan, Iraq, China and Korea Republic will compete against each other in 32 matches over 23 days in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and Newcastle.
This event is a perfect chance for everyone to stand for a team dress their colors and be one of 500 000 spectators.
17-25 January 2015 (Adelaide, Regional South Australia)
This is massive, prestigious cycling event featuring world’s famous riders who come together to South Australia cycling through beautiful country side.
The race attracts riders from all over the world so make sure to be part of this exciting event and cycle your way through the country side and stop for some chilled South Australian Wine.
19 January – 1 February 2015 (Melbourne, Victoria)
The world’s top tennis players come together to play at the first of the Glam Slam and biggest in Southern Hemisphere event.
Make sure to get your tickets as the weather and game will definitely deliver excitement!.
26 January 2015 (All Australia)
Public Holiday with hundreds of small and large events taking place across the country. Doesn’t matter where in Oz you are as every town and city has something for you.
19 February – 29 March 2015 ( Across Australia)
It is the flagship event of the international cricket calendar and is one of the world’s largest international sports tournaments.
Australia will hold 26 of the 49 matches in cities including Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and Perth.
The final match of the tournament will take place at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. It will be one of the world’s largest international sports tournaments so make sure you won’t miss it!.
27 February – 15 March (Melbourne, Regional Victoria)
12-15 March (Melbourne, Victoria)
Thrill to the roar of the most expensive cars as the world’s finest Formula One drivers race each other around an incomparable lakeside street circuit in Melbourne’s beautiful Albert Park.
The location, midway between the towering centre city skyline and Port Phillip Bay, guarantees spectacular TV images – but it’s even better being there.
26 March – 8 April 2015 (Sydney, New South Wales)
Gathering over 900000 people each year Sydney Royal Easter Show is Australia’s biggest annual event.
The event is all about celebrating Australia’s rich and varied culture with great entertainment, carnival fun, shopping and much more.
2-6 April 2015 (Byron Bay, New South Wales)
4-5 July 2015 (Gold Coast, Queensland)
If you are into competitions, sign yourself up for the most important marathon in Australia.
13 September – 12 October 2015 (Canberra, Capital Territory)