Celebrate Australia Day in the City of Gosnells with a hearty breakfast and entertainment for everyone.
Held between 8am and 11am and stretching through Gosnells Town Square, Federation Parade and Centennial Pioneer Park, the Australia Day Big Breakfast includes lots of Australian animals to meet, children’s activities and bush crafts, stage performances, roving entertainment and much more.
At 10am, the Citizen of the Year Awards will be announced, recognising some of the City’s most inspiring residents and community groups.
Mayor Terresa Lynes said the event would bring people together to celebrate the City’s diverse and vibrant community.
“Australia Day is a chance to recognise and celebrate what it is to be Australian, including our shared values and our lengthy history, from the First Nations to current waves of immigration,” she said.
“Many people help to make our community what it is today and we look forward to honouring those who have made a difference through their positive contributions.”
Gosnells Rotary Club will be in charge of the barbecue for the morning, with Big Breakfasts available for $11 and small servings for $5. Food trucks will also be available, including vegan options.
Federation Parade will be closed to traffic for the event.
People aged 16 years and over attending this event must have proof of vaccination against COVID-19, as required by the State Government. Please ensure you check in via the State Government’s SafeWA app.