The festivities start with breakfast from 7.30am at Memorial Park. Bring your own chair and coffee mug. Awards to be presented from 9am.
Bring your own breakfast and chairs, starts at 8am in Memorial Park. Flag raising and National Anthem from 9.30am
Held in Centenary Park, breakfast starts at 8am. Presentations of community awards to follow.
Celebrations are being held on the public holiday Monday, January 28, from 8am at Yackamoorundie Park. Bring your own food, utensils and chairs.
Starts at 8am in Stephens Street and is hosted by the Booleroo Centre Tennis Club.
Paradise Square will come to life from 8am for the celebrations hosted by the Melrose Hospital Auxiliary.
Hosted by the Port Germein Progress Association, the festivities start at 9am.
Held at the Wilmington Oval Complex and hosted by the Wilmington Progress Association. Starts at 8am.
Starts at 8am at Wongabirrie Park and is hosted by the Wirrabara Progress Association.
Celebrations start at 8am at Lions Park with a great Aussie breakfast served up. Awards are presented from 9am. This year’s ambassador is radio personality Peter Goers.
Peterborough’s celebrations kick off at the Town Hall from 8am with breakfast for only $5. Mayor Ruth Whittle will present Australia Day awards.
The Australia Day breakfast and official ceremony is being held at the swimming pool from 8am.
Blue Burt Park will host the breakfast and official ceremony from 8am.
Flag raising ceremony at 10.45am and refreshments at Cradock Hotel.
Breakfast is held at The Triangle from 8am.
Breakfast is held at Padnaindi Reserve from 8am.
Breakfast is held at Stockyard Reserve from 8.30am.
A barbecue lunch is being held at Hamley Bridge Institute from 12pm.
Breakfast is held at Owen Hall from 8.30am.
Breakfast is held at Soliders Memorial Hall from 8am.
Brunch is held at Pavilion Centenary Park – Community Club from 10am.
An action-packed morning is planned for Solomontown Beach. Starts with flag raising and thanksgiving ceremony at 8am. Breakfast from 8.15am followed by beach activities as well as activities on the grassed area. Jim Mortlock Memorial Raft Race starts at 11am with the presentation of Australia Day awards at 11.45am.
Breakfast commencing at 8am. Formalities will begin at 9am.
Breakfast starts at 8am with the celebrations to be held in Mortimer Park. Award presentation at 10am. Please bring your own chair. Dress your table in an Australia Day theme. Prizes for best dressed table and best dressed Aussie outfit.
Breakfast starts at the foreshore at 7.30am and is followed by award presentations at 9am.
The Soldier’s Memorial Hall Gardens plays host to this year’s fesitivities. Breakfast at 8am followed by award presentations at 9am.
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