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‘Ghost town’: Deserted Sydney set to celebrate the New Year without the crowds – Sydney Morning Herald

Each year Circular Quay is bustling with thousands of people ready to see in the new year with a bang. This year, could not be more different.

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Each year Circular Quay is bustling with thousands of people ready to see in the New Year with a bang. This year, could not be more different.
Fences were erected around the iconic site, with entry into the area only open to the 300 people who have been granted Green Zone permits at 5pm.
Reno and Andrea Costi with their children Christina and Tasi will dine inside the Green Zone at Circular Quay.Credit:Wolter Peeters,
Unlike previous years, there was just one fireworks display scheduled to ring…

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