Zero lucks given: Scantily-clad revellers paint the town green on St Patrick’s Day with the party set to go on well into the night
- St Patricks Day celebrations kick off across the country
Thousands of revellers draped in their best green attire have flocked to pubs and clubs across the country to celebrate St Patrick’s Day.
Sydneysiders poured into venues across The Rocks and Circular Quay, which have been transformed into an Irish village.
Partygoers are making a sea of green across key locations in Sydney, enjoying Guinness and Irish-style festivities.
With no pandemic restrictions in place bars across Sydney are expected to be full to the brim to celebrate the much-loved Irish holiday.
Thousands of revellers draped in their best green attire have flocked to pubs and clubs across Sydney to celebrate St Patrick’s Day
Partygoers are making a sea of green across key locations, enjoying Guinness and Irish style festivities
Last year more than 15,000 people flocked to NSW’s capital but numbers this year are expected to well exceed that mark
Revellers made their way to Sydney nice and early to celebrate the end of the working week
Last year more than 15,000 people flocked to NSW’s capital but numbers this year are expected to well exceed that mark.
The annual celebration attracted an array of dresses and looks, focusing on emerald attire and many scantily clad as temperatures remained a hot 23 degrees at 9pm in the city.
St Patrick’s Day is a cultural and religious day of celebrations where Irish people celebrate Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, held on March 17 each year.
Bar hopping is often a go-to of partygoers as various venues are packed to the rafters.
Many have already been snapped embracing both the celebrations and each other as the party is anticipated to rage on well into the early hours of Saturday.
St Patrick’s day headwear was also a popular choice, as were Irish football jerseys.