Sydney New Year's Eve 2004–05

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Sydney New Year's Eve 2004–05
Sydney Fireworks 2005.jpg
Fireworks on the Harbour Bridge.
Creative director Leo Schofield
Theme "Reflections"
Bridge effect A Disco ball
Composer Peewee Ferris
Broadcast
Network Nine Network
Host(s) Richard Wilkins
Shows
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2003–04 2005–06

Sydney New Year's Eve 2004–05 was the 10th Sydney New Year's Eve held at Sydney Harbour on the evening of 31 December 2004 and in the early hours of 1 January 2005. The Nine Network broadcast the event for their tenth consecutive year, the same amount of time Richard Wilkins had hosted it for at the time. The theme was previously revealed to be "Reflections" with fireworks once again produced by Foti International Fireworks.[1] This was Leo Schofield's third and final year as creative director. He was succeeded by Wayne Harrison.

Broadcast[edit]

Times[edit]

Program Time Duration
9 pm Family Fireworks 8:30 pm – 9:40 pm 70 mins
Midnight Fireworks 11:40 pm – 12:20 am 40 mins

Presenters[edit]

Name Location Original Role
Richard Wilkins Today presenter

9pm Family Fireworks[edit]

Performers[edit]

Performer Song
Deadly Deadly Theme

Soundtrack[edit]

No. Song Artist
 ? Our Lips Are Sealed Everclear
 ? Drive Incubus

Midnight Fireworks[edit]

Performers[edit]

Performer Song
The Eggs Yeah Yeah We're The Eggs

Soundtrack[edit]

No. Song Artist
1 O' Verona Craig Armstrong
2 I Got a Rocket Theme I Got a Rocket
3 Australiana Austen Tayshus
4 Hey Hey Blinky Bill Blinky Bill
5 No Ordinary Girl H2O: Just Add Water
6 C'mon Aussie C'mon The Mojo Players/Shannon Noll
7 Run To Paradise The Choirboys/Nick Skitz
8 Come On and Sleep Over The Sleepover Club
9 Yakkity Yak Theme Yakkity Yak
10 One More Time Daft Punk
11 Duncan Slim Dusty
12 Get Me Outta Here Mortified
13 I See Red (Remix) Split Enz
14 Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport Rolf Harris
15 T.N.T AC/DC
16 Flipper's Theme Flipper and Lopaka
17 Advance Australia Fair/Waltzing Matilda (Hylton Mowday Remix) Peter Dodds McCormick & Banjo Paterson

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