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Australia Day Events Canberra
Australia Day Events Canberra Australia Day is back for another energizing year, with child’s exercises, appears, occasions, picnics, shows and firecrackers over Lake Burley Griffin. In spite of the fact that Canberra is a neighborly city all year around, Australia Day draws out the best in a great many people, with a fun and merry environment that assumes control over the city. Families get together, companions make up for lost time for the day and new Australians are formally invited at the Australian Citizenship Ceremony by the lake. This year we likewise have the uncommon consideration of the Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton Relay in the Capital City on the 25th and 26th January. It is the ideal time to state “G’day” to new neighbors and guests to the city.
So “what’s on” around the city on the 26th January? See underneath for a rundown of 5 occasions that will occur around Canberra – especially Lake Burley Griffin – this Australia Day.
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Watch the official National Flag Raising and Citizenship Ceremony by Lake Burley Griffin. Picture: Australia Day site
1/National Flag Raising and Citizenship Ceremony (10am)
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Every year, the National Flag Raising and Citizenship Ceremony is held at Rond Terrace, gone to by the Prime Minister. This formal service incorporates a Flag Raising Ceremony highlighting Australia’s Federation Guard and the Royal Australian Navy Band. Leader Malcolm Turnbull will at that point hold a Citizenship Ceremony to invite new Australians to the nation. Tune in out for the Royal Australian Air Force Flyover in the skies and 21 Gun Salute from Regatta Point. This occasion will be communicated from 9am on the ABC, facilitated by Stephanie Brantz. See here for subtleties.
2/Australia Day in the Capital – Commonwealth Park (7:30am – 10am)
This occasion is a most loved among Canberra local people and guests, held at Commonwealth Park on Lake Burley Griffin. The day starts with the ActewAGL Great Aussie Day Breakfast between 7:30am – 10am, costing a gold coin gift to help Menslink Canberra. Children will appreciate the free children exercises, bouncy houses, confront painting, sustenance trucks and youngsters’ stimulation in front of an audience 88. See the program for times, with the shows held ahead of schedule to keep away from the most sultry piece of the day. The celebration completes at 10am, so local people and guests can have a rest before returning for the night occasions and firecrackers. See here for the program, when publicized.
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Children appears in front of an audience 88 at Commonwealth Park (photograph gone up against Australia Day in the Capital, 2019).
3/Australia Day Fireworks over Lake Burley Griffin (4pm – 9:15pm)
The Australia Day evening starts at 4pm with a free show at Regatta Point – so arrive early and capture your spot! On the opposite side of the lake at Patrick White Lawns, a child’s region will be set up with an obstruction course, confront painting and bouncy houses. Hold your eyes to the skies for the Australian Air Force elevated showcase over Lake Burley Griffin! In the event that you are simply turning up for the firecrackers, set out a cookout cover at Rond Terrace, Patrick White Lawns or Regatta Point for the best perspectives of the 9pm firecracker show. Unwind and tune in to the music soundtrack as the firecrackers light up the Canberra sky. See here for every one of the subtleties closer to the occasion.
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Australia Day firecrackers, from 2019. Picture: ACT Events Facebook
4/Australia Day Family Festival – National Museum of Australia (10am – 1pm)
Each Australia Day, the National Museum of Australia has a Family Festival to praise the nation that we live in. Every year the celebration identifies with a present display and in 2019 the celebration will praise their “Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters” presentation. There will be music, move, shows, recreations, specialty and family fun! A few exercises will have a little charge. Section into the exhibition hall is free and will be open between 9am – 5pm, so you can investigate it previously or after the celebration. See here for subtleties.
Unrecorded Music and Games (5pm – 9pm)
At night, make a beeline for the National Museum for unrecorded music, nourishment and garden diversions between 5pm – 9pm, before viewing the 9pm firecrackers. See here for subtleties.
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Garden recreations, nourishment and unrecorded music at the outside ampitheatre at the National Museum of Australia. Picture: National Museum site
5/ACT Chief Ministers Regatta (12pm – 2:30pm)
This yearly cruising occasion is hung on Lake Burley Griffin every Australia Day, with a variety of various pontoons hustling each other on the water. Beginning at twelve, several vessels will cruise around floats in the lake at the western end of Lake Burley Griffin – with incredible perspectives from the National Museum. The evening finishes up at 2:30pm at the Canberra Yacht Club in Yarralumla with prizes for the quickest water crafts. See here for race subtleties.
Australia Day National Carillon Concert (12:30pm – 1:20pm)
Another approach to observe Australia Day is by having an excursion at Kings Park and getting a charge out of a honest to goodness execution of Australian melodies at the National Carillon. This 50 meter tall tower has 55 ringers at the best, which are played by a gifted carillonist on an organ on the dimension underneath. Hear a portion of your Aussie top picks, resounded around the lake. See here for subtleties.
With such a large number of alternatives to browse this Australia Day, where you be celebrating in 2019? Wherever you are, Happy Australia Day Canberra!
If you are looking for things to do in Canberra on Australia Day, then look no further. Here is a list of all the fun things that are happening in Canberra this Friday.
Australia Day in the Capital
Great Aussie breakfast, Commonwealth Park, 7.30am
Begin the vacation day ideal with breakfast in Commonwealth Park with a morning grill and live stimulation at Stage 88. The Sing Australia choir will perform with Dora the Explorer additionally showing up (appears at 8.10am, 8.55am and 9.35am). The children can appreciate the bouncy houses, confront painting and soccer darts, with just a gold coin gift to help Menslink Canberra for passage.
2019 National Flag Raising and Citizenship Ceremony, Lake Burley Griffin, 9am
ABC’s Stephanie Brantz is facilitating this uncommon service which will include Australia’s Federation Guard and the Royal Australian Navy Band. The Prime Minister will likewise be there to respect Australia’s most up to date nationals. There will be a flyover and a 21-firearm salute.
Concert, Regatta Point, 6-9pm
Justice Crew (on stage at 8.10pm) headline the live acts at the Australia Day in the Capital concert. Jess & Matt (7.15pm) and popular locals Tuchasoul (6pm) will also take to the stage.
Patrick White Lawns, 4pm
On the off chance that an excursion setting is the thing you’re pursuing, convey family and companions to Patrick White Lawns, where there will be a lot of diversion for youngsters on offer. Children can move themselves with a session of cricket, get an adrenaline surge on a goliath slide, live out fantasies with face paint and skip their way through Australia Day on bouncy houses. Entertain yourself at the commercial center, which highlights neighborhood sustenance trucks.
The showcase over Lake Burley Griffin starts at 9pm and keeps running for around 15 minutes. Great vantage spots incorporate Commonwealth Park, Kings Park, the Patrick White yards, outside the National Museum, Mount Ainslie post and Red Hill post.
Car parking will be available from the following locations:
- Parliamentary Triangle carparks
- Civic Pool car park, Civic
- Anzac Parade East and West car parks.
Temporary car park, road and lake closures include the following:
- The Regatta Point car park closed to public from 4pm but will be open to VIP and passholders only
- Rond Terrace car park closed from 5m to 4pm
- Barinne Drive (including car park) closed from Albert Street East to West from 5.30am
- Commonwealth Bridge eastern walkway closed from 5.30am until 11pm
- Commonwealth Bridge eastern lane southbound will be closed from 5.30am until 11pm
- Albert Street East (Commonwealth Park) access will be authorised permit only from 11am
- Commonwealth Bridge will be closed from about 9-9:15pm due to the fireworks display.
- Exclusion zone for the Central Basin of Lake Burley Griffin will be in place from 5am until midnight.
Transports will work on a Sunday timetable. After the firecrackers complete, free transports will keep running from Commonwealth Avenue transport stops at Regatta Point to Gungahlin Marketplace, City, Belconnen, Tuggeranong and Woden transport stations until about 10:15pm
Twofold negative marks are set up for the Australia Day long end of the week until midnight on Monday, January 29. All speed and safety belt offenses, the utilization of a cell phone while driving, driving with a traveler in or on part of the vehicle not intended for carriage of travelers or merchandise, and riding a motorbike without a head protector will acquire twofold fault focuses. Every other offense will acquire one additional negative mark point.
On the off chance that the official occasions don’t catch your eye, here are a couple of more alternatives:
Australia Day National Carillon concert
Take a picnic lunch and join carillonist Leonard Weiss for a free lakeside concert at 12.30pm at the Carillon, celebrating new and old Australian favourites in an all-Australian performance.
Bentspoke is again counting down the GABS Hottest 100 Aussie Craft Beers on Saturday, from 12.30pm, with beer giveaways and their annual throw the prawn on the barbie game. Free entry.
Capital Brewing Co
The Fyshwick brewery is throwing a party on Saturday for both the triple J Hottest 100 and the GABS Hottest 100 Aussie Craft Beers countdown, plus backyard cricket, misting machines, slushies and plenty of beer. Free entry.
Head down the Barton Highway to celebrate Australia Day in the Yass Valley at Coronation Park. The Rotary Club of Yass provides breakfast in the park from 8am, where it will also provide face painting, a jumping castle, and a playground to keep the children entertained. Yass Valley Australia Day Citizen Awards will be awarded, recognising outstanding individuals and groups in the community. Entry is free.
Australia Day at the National Museum
Drench yourself in nation and culture with the yearly Australia Day celebration enlivened by the Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters show. Running from 10am to 1pm, appreciate music, move, art and family fun.
With unrecorded music from 5pm, appreciate the National Museum as the sun sets, for a night of overwhelming grass recreations and phenomenal neighborhood groups, and settle in for the Australia Day firecrackers. Snatch something scrumptious from one of the nourishment vans and chill off with a beverage from the money bar. When you’ve shaken out your cookout cover, challenge your companions to a diversion (or a few) of Kubb, Giant Jenga, Connect 4 and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
Take your outing and mat and unwind on the yards, or appreciate lunch at the Barracks Espresso Bar and Eating House at the Lanyon Homestead. Find Canberra’s country history with a free voyage through the residence. It is free section to estate. Appointments are required for the Barracks Espresso Bar and Eating House.
Water fight at The George Harcourt Inn
On Friday, The George has live music from midday, meat specials and Canberra’s biggest water fight – take your swimmers.
Aperol Spritz Sunset Session at QT
Complete with fake grass, the pop-up Aerol Spritz bar outside Lucky’s will be open from 4pm on Friday, followed by an after party at Lucky’s from 9pm.
Unfortunately, the forecast for Friday and Saturday includes a high (70 per cent) likelihood of showers, most likely in the afternoon or evening, and the chance of thunderstorms. A top of about 34 degrees is forecast.