No luck given: Scantily clad revelers paint the town green on St. Patrick’s Day and the party continues well into the night
- St Patrick’s Day celebrations begin across the country
- Revelers head to Sydney dressed to impress
Thousands of revelers draped in their best green attire flocked to pubs and clubs across the country on Friday to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
Sydneysiders poured into the sites at The Rocks and Circular Quay, which have been transformed into an Irish village.
Revelers made a sea of green over the port city, enjoyed a traditional Guinness and celebrated with music and dancing.
Mini dresses, oversized hats, sunglasses and new headbands, masks, ties or scarves – all in emerald – were popular choices among revelers.
Thousands of revelers draped in their best green attire have flocked to pubs and clubs across Sydney to celebrate St Patrick’s Day
Revelers make a sea of green at key locations and enjoy Guinness and Irish festivities
More than 15,000 people flocked to the NSW capital last year, but this year is expected to well exceed that figure
Revelers left for Sydney nice and early to celebrate the end of the work week
More than 15,000 people flocked to the NSW capital last year, but this year is expected to well exceed that figure while the temperature remained a hot 23 degrees in the city at 9pm.
St Patrick’s Day is a cultural and religious holiday on which 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 partiers, as several venues are packed to the brim.
Many have already been photographed embracing both the celebrations and each other as the party is expected to continue well into the wee hours of Saturday.
Headgear for St. Patrick’s Day was also a popular choice, as were Irish football shirts.
More than 10,000 people are expected to head out to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
Dressed in green, those looking to party took to the city