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This year’s Twilight Parade will honour all things sheep, with lanterns, floats and projections lighting up the city’s streets and buildings. There will be entertainment at dusk before dozens of floats and almost 3,000 performers parade from Sydney Town Hall to Chinatown, concluding with fireworks around midnight at Darling Harbour. Keep an eye open for giant merinos, Bo Peep and knitting grannies.

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Chinese New Year Twilight Parade details

Corner of George & Druitt Streets, Sydney 2000

Telephone 02 9265 9189

Nearby Stations: Town Hall Station (City Rail)

Price FREE
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Date Sun 22 Feb

Open 8-11.55pm

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