What’s In Store for Australia Day

Every country celebrates the day it is founded, just like the companies established by its pioneers. In commemorating the day it is officially born as a nation, its people remember and give honor to its rich history that paved the way for it to become what it is today.

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As one of the largest country, Australia is celebrating the Australia Day on the 26th of January. With all the events and programs set-up by the vey dedicating organizers, it will definitely start and end with a bang.

Whichever part of Australia you will go on this day or even a day or two before the 26th, it will be filled with ceremonies and other activities that will certainly keep the Australians and even the vacationers’ time fully occupied.

Here is a peek of what the event organizers has in store for the spectators on this grand day for Australia:

Keenagers’ Australia Day Luncheon. An event jam-packed with fun activities like games, quizzes, and lots of eating. Not to mention the big prizes that await the winners of the play games and quizzes. Be present on this celebration on January 24 at Old South Road, Old Reynella, 12:00 to 2:30 pm

Campbeltown Australia Day Festivities. Catch the series of ceremonies (Citizenship Ceremony and Australia Day Award Presentations) at Hamilton Terrace on January 24 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. All are invited to be a part of the event and celebrate it with great music, free BBQs and a lot of entertainment activities for the children.

Great Australian Bites. Hooray BBQ lovers! This celebration will highlight the culinary prowess of Aussies in making their famous Australian BBQ. With live cooking stations plus the presence of 2013 Master Chef Winner, Lynton Tapp, this show will surely be a hit! Enjoy the parade of BBQs and other food stuff at Russel Street, South Brisbane on January 24, 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

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Thredbo Kosciuszko Walk. If you want something physical on Australia Day, join the pack of climbers from Thredbo to the top of Mt. Kosciuszko on January 26 8:00 am. Don’t worry; you won’t lose your way because you’ll have a guide. And once you reach the peak of the mountain, you’ll witness Nick Krishner’s oratorical greatness with his two classic Australian pieces.

So, what’s for dinner this special day? Why don’t you invite friends over and serve them the mouthwatering spit roast. A special occasion like this deserves a great meal with friends and family. Make sure you already made a reservation at St George District Spit Roast Catering.

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