Celebrate what makes the City of Gosnells community great and enjoy a delicious brekky and free entertainment at the Australia Day Big Breakfast.

This popular annual event will take place from 8am to 11am on Friday 26 January at Centennial Pioneer Park, Gosnells.

Characters from hit ABC Kids television show Kangaroo Beach will be there to say g’day, along with live Australian animals, roving performers, musicians and more.

Round out the fun with Power Karts, bush crafts, a bouncy castle and games and activities.

Mayor Terresa Lynes will also present the Community Citizen of the Year Awards.

“The Australia Day Big Breakfast is always a wonderful way to come together to celebrate our diverse community,” she said.

“Our corner of Australia has a long, rich history and a bright future.

“The City of Gosnells wouldn’t be the great place it is without the hard work and dedication of the people who live here, and the Community Citizen of the Year Awards are the perfect way to recognise and celebrate local people who make outstanding contributions to our local community”.

The awards, run through Auspire, the Australia Day Council of Western Australia, are designed to recognise people who significantly contribute to their community, show
leadership, bring about positive changes or act as an inspiring role model for others.

Rotary will be ‘on the tongs’ at the barbecue during the event, with small breakfasts available for $8 and big breakfasts for $12. Other food can be purchased from food trucks.

To accommodate the event, Federation Parade in Gosnells will be closed from 5am to 12.30pm on Friday 26 January.


Click here for more details about the Australia Day Big Breakfast.