Australia Day is just around the corner, and for those who are wondering how to celebrate, head down to Centennial Park for the complete Aussie experience.
A big Aussie breakfast will kick off the day, served from 8am by the combined Rotary Clubs of Boulder, Kalgoorlie and Hannans.
Mayor John Bowler has encouraged everyone to head down to Centennial Park to join in the celebration.
“The Australia Day Big Aussie Breakfast is a collaboration between the combined Rotary Clubs of Boulder, Kalgoorlie and Hannans and the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and it is this mateship and teamwork that sums up what Australia Day is all about,” he said.
“There will be live music and entertainment provided by local musicians including the Goldfields Brass Band activities, a bouncy castle, a giant slip and slide, gold panning, and a pavlova making competition.”
The YMCA will be running Aussie themed games and competitions for the whole family.
The morning will also include the announcement of the Australia Day Award winners, including the Australia Day Citizen Award, the Australia Day Community Group or Community Event of the Year Award and the Annual Walk of Fame Award.
A further highlight of the Australia Day celebrations will be the first Citizenship Ceremony of the year, this year welcoming 30 new Australians.
After the Big Aussie Breakfast, people can cool off at the family fun day at the Goldfields Oasis with free entry and free access to the inflatables and water slide between 12pm and 4pm.
For more information contact the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder of Kalgoorlie-Boulder on 9021 9600 or visit the website www.ckb.wa.gov.au