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Bondi Beach New Year's revellers celebrate 2017 by skinny dipping

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ss="arc_keyword" href="/Ladies_underwear/201611/191278.html">New 201701/014992.html">Year's Eve may be over but the celebrations kicked on at Bondi Beach, with party-goers continuing the annual tradition of stripping off and diving into the surf for an early-morning skinny dip.

People could be seen frolicking in the waves as the sun came up in Sydney for the first time in 2017, while others were more than happy to curl up on the sand and sleep off their shenanigans from the night before.

The lack of swimsuits did not stop a group of revellers from getting into the water, with both ladies and gents stripping down to their underwear to enjoy the water.

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Women are pictured playing in the sand at Sydney's Bondi Beach on Sunday morning

Women are pictured playing in the sand at Sydney's Bondi Beach on Sunday morning

Women are pictured playing in the sand at Sydney's Bondi Beach on Sunday morning

Topless women walk along the beach after a night of New Year's Eve celebrations

Topless women walk along the beach after a night of New Year's Eve celebrations

Topless women walk along the beach after a night of New Year's Eve celebrations

A couple pictured enjoying the surf on Sunday morning to ring in 2017

A couple pictured enjoying the surf on Sunday morning to ring in 2017

A couple pictured enjoying the surf on Sunday morning to ring in 2017

People remained at the famed Sydney beach into daylight on Sunday

People remained at the famed Sydney beach into daylight on Sunday

People remained at the famed Sydney beach into daylight on Sunday

Some young women even opted to go without their bras and dared to bare their breasts at the beach in Sydney's east.

The early-morning swim followed a night of massive celebrations where more than one million people descended on Sydney's city centre for the world-renowned fireworks display from the Harbour Bridge.

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Police patrolling New Year's celebrations across Sydney said they made 15 arrests.

NSW Police said that was a low figure, considering the crowds were the biggest in recent years.

Some appeared to be passed out on the sand on Sunday morning

Some appeared to be passed out on the sand on Sunday morning

Some appeared to be passed out on the sand on Sunday morning

A man celebrates the new year at Bondi Beach in Sydney's eastern suburbs on Sunday morning

A man celebrates the new year at Bondi Beach in Sydney's eastern suburbs on Sunday morning

A man celebrates the new year at Bondi Beach in Sydney's eastern suburbs on Sunday morning

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