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Celebrate the New year 2013 in Brisbane

The city of Brisbane, situated on the Brisbane River, has a population of approximately 2.2 million residents, making it one of the most populous cities in Australia. Also being the third most popular destination for international tourists in Australia popular tourists and recreation areas in and around the city include City Botanic Gardens, Roma Street Parkland, Brisbane Forest Park, Brisbane Botanic gardens, etc. The Brisbane River, for example, is popular for boating and fishing and the many trails nearby are ideal for hiking. The city of Brisbane also has a rich and lively arts and culture scene, playing host to annual festivals such as River Festival, Queen’s Royal Show, Brisbane international Film Festival, etc. New Year's Eve 2013 is the biggest party night of the year and there are plenty of ways to celebrate in Brisbane.

Brisbanites love to celebrate New Year’s Eve. Events planned to usher in the New Year in the city usually range from the quirky such as enjoying a late night kayak along the Brisbane River to big-ticket events such as high-glamour extravaganzas at Palazzo Versace to low-key special cinema screenings. The city’s South Bank's Parklands is the location for free events and the city’s biggest New Year’s Eve celebrations. Up to 80000 revelers are set to congregate at the South Bank precinct to celebrate the New Year. There will be an all-ages dance party, live music, free movies, etc. and two spectacular fireworks at 8.30 pm and at midnight on the Brisbane River.