Tue 26 Jan 2016 03:00pm - 08:30pm
This Australia Day, Langley Park is THE place to be, with family fun galore in the free Entertainment Zone, plus Perth’s best views of the fireworks and laser show.
Tue 26 Jan 2016 03:00pm - 07:30pm
Kicking off at 3:00pm and running through until 7:30pm, Survival Perth 2016 promises fun for all Australians to join in celebrating Aboriginal culture.
Tue 26 Jan 2016 08:00pm - 08:30pm
The acclaimed Howard and Sons Pyrotechnics will deliver Western Australia’s largest annual fireworks display. At 8pm the sky above the Swan River will explode into colour with this much loved tradition.
3:00PM - 08:30PM
Langley Park Entertainment Zone is the place for free entertainment galore and the best view of the firework and laser show this Australia Day.
3:00PM - 07:30PM
There are six activity areas in the 2016 Celebration Zone, with 100 free activities for all ages: the 'Toddler & Kids Zone', the 'Challenge Area', the 'Sporfts Zone', the 'Art Zone', the 'Adrenalin Corner' and the 'Rides Park'.
Kicking off at 3:00PM and running through until 07:30PM
Survival Perth 2016 promises fun for all Australians to join in celebrating Aboriginal culture.
Transperth offers plenty of easy options to get to the City of Perth Australia Day Celebration using public transport. Due to the large crowds anticipated on Australia Day, Transperth recommends you plan your journey and allow plenty of travelling time.
Visitors to the 2016 City of Perth Australia Day Skyworks who arrive from 6pm in the city will receive a capped rate at City of Perth car parks, ranging from a minimum of $7.70 to a maximum of $16.50 depending on the car park.
There are a number of road closures in place during Skyworks 2016. Get all the road closure information and see our road closures map on our road closures page
Grab your sunnies, slap on some sunscreen, charge your smartphones, pack a picnic, fill your water bottle, fly your flags, and bring your torch to join the nation’s biggest Australia Day party at City of Perth Australia Day Skyworks 2016.
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