Koshigaya Park is home to the biggest New Year's Eve party in Campelltown. With a huge line up of entertainment and two fireworks displays, there is no better place to see in the New Year!
Koshigaya Park is the place to be this NYE!
Campbelltown City is renowned for offering a quality New Year's Eve alternative to the crowded CBD of Sydney - with a huge night of entertainment from 7pm, along with two spectacular fireworks displays at 9pm and midnight. A giant screen on the western side of the park displays all of the on-stage action, so everyone has a front row seat!
Family friendly entertainment
There is plenty to do with a family-friendly carnival, food, merchandise stalls and much more!
Five hours of live stage entertainment - from local performers to high-profile bands and a children's show - makes for a great night out for revellers of all ages.
The event is drug and alcohol free, so there is no better place to celebrate the end of the year with family and friends.
Fireworks and pets
Fireworks can easily scare animals. If your pet tends to be frightened by loud noises, make sure you keep them restrained or inside the house on New Year’s Eve.
How to get there
Campbelltown's New Year's Eve event is held at Koshigaya Park, located on the corner of Hurley St and Camden Rd, Campbelltown (directly opposite the Campbelltown Catholic Club.)
Parking is available at various locations around the CBD or at Bradbury Oval, only a short walk, via the underpass, to Koshigaya Park.
If you plan to drive to the event, please take note of the road closures listed below.
The park is also located a short distance from the Campbelltown train station. For information on bus and train services on New Year's Eve, please visit www.transportnsw.info or contact Transport for NSW on 131 500.
Council advises that temporary full road closures will be introduced in the following streets from 6pm on 31 December 2017 to 1am on 1 January for the New Year’s Eve celebrations.
1. Camden Road - west of Catholic Club access roundabout to Hurley Street.
2. Hurley Street - Camden Road to south of Campbelltown Mall access roundabout.
3. Kellicar Road - Narellan Road to Camden Road.
Access to the Catholic Club will be available via Appin and Camden Roads. Marshals will be positioned at the road closures.
Police will be enforcing Alcohol Free Zones and no alcohol of any kind will be permitted in the festivity area. Council rangers will be enforcing parking restrictions in the surrounding streets and the parking areas.