Australia Day

The City of South Perth hosts a family friendly Australia Day celebration at Sir James Mitchell Park on the beautiful and iconic South Perth foreshore on 26 January each year.

The day commences with a special Australia Day Citizenship Ceremony, which includes the welcoming of the City’s newest Australian citizens, raising of the Australian flag, presentation of the Australia Day Active Citizenship Awards, and the Ted Maslen Memorial University Exhibition Award.

The Rotary Club of Como then fires up the BBQ to host a great Aussie breakfast to get you fuelled up for the day ahead. 

The Celebration Zone, supported by Lotterywest is a smoke and alcohol free area packed with free activities, rides and entertainment for all ages. The event kicks off at 3pm and concludes at 7.30pm in time for the City of Perth Skyworks at 8pm.

The Celebration Zone attracts families, youth and seniors from a wide range of demographics and offers plenty of rides, activities and cultural group performances.

Find your photo

Did you attend the City's 2019 Australia Day celebrations on Sir James Mitchell Park? See if our photographer snapped your picture on our Flickr gallery.

 

Australia Day news

News Listings

January 2017
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Australia Day 2017 important traffic and parking information for residents

Public Notice 10 January 2017

Important traffic and parking information for residents living in or near the event zone on Australia Day 2017.

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Celebrate Australia Day on the South Perth foreshore

Media Release 4 January 2017

Come and celebrate Australia Day 2017 at Sir James Mitchell Park in South Perth. The best view and most fun south of the river!

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November 2016
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Australia Day 2017 youth volunteers needed

News Update 22 November 2016

South Perth Youth Network are seeking young people aged 12-17 years old to help out at the City's 2017 Australia Day celebrations.

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Photo Gallery

To view the full image gallery, visit the City's Facebook or Flickr.

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