Australia Day Northern Beaches

Australia Day Northern Beaches

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Australia Day Northern Beaches: FROM many individuals getting to be nationals to surf club festivals, shoreline gatherings and participating in the activity on Sydney Harbor, the landmass observed January 26 in obvious Aussie style.

A Northern Beaches Council function at Glen St Theater in Belrose saw Nepalese couple Prabhu and Rashmi Shrestha, both 28, finish a nine-year adventure to construct their life in Australia.

They both moved to the nation to contemplate bookkeeping at Victoria University, from Kathmandu.

Mr Shrestha, who is a director at Woolworths in Narrabeen and furthermore claims the Dry Leaf bistro in Mosman, said it was an exceptional day.

New Australian citizens Rashmi Shrestha and husband Prabhu Shrestha Picture: Adam Yip

“It’s a positive sentiment, we’re extremely glad. We are pleased with this minute today,” he said.

“I was 19 when I came to Australia, for a superior, distinctive future. it’s been a decent experience.

“We feel extremely sheltered. You can see your future and you kids’ future.

“We’ve been buckling down, I think we merit it, and we’d like to thank this nation.

The match were living in Dee Why yet have quite recently purchased a house in Merrylands.

Reader Mari Linn shared this picture taken at the harbour on Australia Day

In the interim Emily Maguire, from Collaroy, is a piece of a genuine multicultural family.

She would now be able to add Aussie to her French and British international IDs.

Accomplice Jan, 41, additionally turn into an Aussie. He experienced childhood in Spin with German guardians.

The couple’s child Luca, was brought into the world here.

Freshwater Surf Life Saving Club hosted its annual Australia Day Open Surf Carnival. Picture: Adam Yip

The family intends to celebrate in evident Aussie style.

“We’ll have a BBQ at our place later on this evening,” said Ms Maguire.

“I’m exceptionally upbeat and pleased.”

Somewhere else on the northern shorelines, Freshwater Surf Life Saving Club facilitated its yearly Australia Day Open Surf Carnival.

A large number of clubbies took to the waves at Freshie to contend in swim, board and surf-ski occasions.

Australia Day carnival hosted by Freshwater surf club. Picture: Adam Yip

On the sand, they were competing in events such as beach sprints, flags and rescue and resuscitation.

At Dee Why Beach there was a classic Australia Day barbecue, along with a thong-throwing competition and live music.

Australia Day carnival hosted by Freshwater surf club. Picture: Adam Yip

There were additionally breakfast occasions at Newport and North Narrabeen.

Pool parties were held at Warringah Aquatic Center and Manly Andrew ‘Kid’ Charlton Aquatic Center, while numerous individuals took to the harbor to watch the Ferrython.

The yearly occasion sees an armada of ships adventure from Circular Quay to Shark Island and back.

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Australia Day Big Breakfast, Dee Why Beach

Location: Dee Why Beach, Dee Why
Time: 7.00am – 12.00pm

Come along with family and friends to celebrate Australia Day at Dee Why Beach with camel rides, a car show, thong throwing competition, face painting and stage entertainment.

There are amusement rides and water slides from 8am – 2pm.

All the proceeds from the Big Breakfast and activities go to local participating community groups.


Australia Day Big Breakfast, Newport 

Time: 7.30am – 11.30am
Location: Bert Payne Park, Newport

Come along with family and friends to celebrate Australia Day at Dee Why Beach with camel rides, a car show, thong throwing competition, face painting and stage entertainment.

All proceeds from the Big Breakfast and activities go to local participating community groups.

 


Australia Day Big Breakfast, North Narrabeen 

Time: 8.00am – 12.00pm
Location: Lakeside Park, North Narrabeen

Come along with family and friends to celebrate Australia Day at Dee Why Beach with camel rides, a car show, thong throwing competition, face painting and stage entertainment.

All proceeds from the Big Breakfast and activities go to local participating community groups.

 


Australia Day Pool Party, Warringah Aquatic Centre 

Time: 8.00am – 12.00pm
Location: Warringah Aquatic Centre, Aquatic Drive, Frenchs Forest

Cool off this Australia Day and join the fun at the pool party with games, entertainment and lots more.

Entry by gold coin with proceeds going to local community groups.

 


Citizenship and Australia Day Awards Ceremony 

Time: 11.00am – 12.30pm
Location: Glen Street Theatre, Blackbutts Road, Belrose

The Citizenship  and Northern Beaches Australia Day Awards Ceremony presentation and address will be made by Australia Day Ambassador, Rugby League Great, Peter Wynn.

Mayor Michael Regan will preside over this ceremony.

 


Australia Day Pool Party, Manly Aquatic Centre

Time: 12.00pm – 3.00pm
Location: Manly Andrew Boy Charlton Aquatic Centre, Kenneth Road, Manly

Cool off this Australia Day and join the fun at the pool party with games, entertainment and lots more.

Entry by gold coin with proceeds going to local community groups.

 


Australia Day BBQ by the Bridge, Milsons Point

Time: 10.00am – 4.00pm
Location: Bradfield Park, Alfred Street South, Milsons Point

Bradfield Park in Milsons Point will host a traditional Aussie barbecue… with a multicultural twist!

Take in the Sydney Harbour festivities while enjoying delicious barbecued cuisines from around the world – including American, Korean, European, Indian, Filipino, Middle Eastern, Brazilian, Spanish, Sri Lankan and South American – live music and free entertainment too!

 


Australia Day at Bicentennial Park, West Pymble 

Time: 10.30am – 2.00pm
Location: Bicentennial Park, Prince of Wales Drive, West Pymble

Celebrate everything that makes Australia great this Australia Day at Ku-ring-gai Council’s free event. There will be a packed out program of performances including the Wild Aussies Kids Show with a meet and greet, the Australian Reptile Show, cultural performances, plus plenty of entertainment for the kids including an animal farm, inflatable rides and arts and craft.

 


Ferrython, Sydney Harbour

Time: 10.45am – 11.30am
Location: Quay View, Sydney

See our beloved ferries in this popular Australia Day tradition, as they venture from Circular Quay to Shark Island and then back to a glorious finish at the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

 


Tall Ships Race, Sydney Harbour

Time: 1.00pm – 1.45pm
Location: Bradley’s Head, Sydney

Take a step back in time as the impressive tall ships hoist their sails to the wind and cut through the water, in a dash from Bradley’s Head to the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

A fleet of historic ships will battle it out for the Tall Ships Trophy 2018.

 


Australia Day Children’s Festival, Darling Harbour

Time: 11.00am – 6.00pm
Location: Tumbalong Park and Darling Quarter Village Green

Go to Darling Harbor on Australia Day to appreciate unrecorded music and family-accommodating diversion, including bazaar tricks and tumbling, a free Wiggles show, good ‘ol fashioned Aussie shrub challenges, Bob The Builder development zone, watermelon eating,thong tossing Circus Trick Tease’s show, Children are Stinky an and a whole lot more! What’s more, obviously, there’s the night show and fireworks marvelous.

 


Live at The QUAY 

Time: 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Location: Circular Quay, Sydney

On offer for the first time, Live at the Quay! is a breathtaking maritime, musical and dance extravaganza on the main stage in the middle of Circular Quay.

If you’re mad about fireworks, Circular Quay is the place to be this Australia Day.

 


Time: 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Location: Sydney Opera House Forecourt, Sydney

Australia’s best talents come together for the Australia Day concert at the Sydney Opera House, playing the hottest tunes alongside tributes to great songs of the past.

 


This is Australia, Bangaroo 

Time: Sunrise to Sunset
Location: Bangaroo Reserve

This is Australia invites you to unwind, eat, tune in, play and snicker. Go along with us at Barangaroo to partake in our aggregate story through sustenance, music and workmanship.

Begin the day at the Sunrise Ceremony led by the Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council and afterward appreciate Sydney Festival’s Bayala-Baraya: Sing Up Country performance which is a piece of the WugulOra ceremony, the official opening of the NSW Australia Day Council’s program.

From 8.30am a throughout the day Sydney early lunch curated by Jared Ingersoll will see a menu mirror the best kinds of Australia including universal top picks combined to make new culinary joys. There will be something for everybody (even the fastidious) like these nearby top choices: bacon and egg moves from our Aussie vehicle be-prompt, avo’ on toast and meat pies. There will occasion be a not too bad cuppa tea close by.

Music executive and DJ, Peewee Ferris, will convey a vivid soundtrack displaying the melodic assorted variety of Australia. The soundtrack will begin with a live execution by Casey Donovan and will proceed for the duration of the day with Latin, Reggae, Blues and Soul. There will be tunes for the children, some Funk to Aussie Pop and toss in some Aussie Rock’n’Roll. A soundtrack for us all!

More exercises for the duration of the day incorporate watching Sydney’s yearly Ferrython from an ideal vantage point on the Reserve.

As the day attracts to a nearby, we welcome you to take an interest in Sydney Festival’s Four Thousand Fish. Visit Nawi Cove and make your very own solidified fish utilizing ocean water and a cast form to help restore the solidified fish to the Harbor. Go along with us at this substantial scale craftsmanship establishment to celebrate fisherwoman Barangaroo, the compelling and strong Cammeraygal lady after whom the place is named.

 

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Updated: January 6, 2019 — 2:23 pm
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