Australia Day Celebrations - Townsville

North Ward, Townsville Area

26 January 2018 - 

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Townsville City Council presents a free community event and fun day in celebration of Australia Day. The morning’s schedule of events will include a fun run, free Aussie breakfast, Citizenship Ceremony, State Flag Raising Ceremony with 21-gun salute and Australian Defence Force flypast and will conclude with the Australia Day Awards Ceremony.

6am - Fun Run registrations open
6:45am - Townsville Aussie Day Fun Run start
8am - Fun Run presentations followed by free Aussie breakfast, Car display, Free Children's Amusements, Food Court
8:30am - Citizenship ceremony
9am - Live entertainment starts
10am - State Flag Raising Ceremony followed by 21-gun salute and flypast
11am - Australia Day Awards Ceremony
12pm - Event finish

Please be aware this is a smoke and alcohol free event. Be sun smart and slip, slop, slap, seek shade and drink plenty of water. Sunscreens stations will be available. Hydration station will be available to refill your water bottle.

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
26 January 2018

Event Venues


Jezzine Barracks
Address:
38-52 Howitt Street
North Ward
Queensland, Australia 4810

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

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