Your guide to the City of Perth Australia Day Skyworks

Experience 01

Langley Park Entertainment Zone

Langley Park


Rides and market stalls for all ages at the Langley Part Entertainment Zone.

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Experience 02

Birak Concert 2017

Supreme Court Gardens


Birak Concert is a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and communities, experienced through music, dance, art and food.

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Experience 03

CELEBRATION ZONE SOUTH PERTH

SIR JAMES MITCHELL PARK SOUTH PERTH


The event features multiple areas with 100 free activities suitable for toddlers through to adults. New in 2017 are Archery Tag, Barrel Toss, Box Caving, Tip A Doll, Jacobs Ladder and Spider Ball. Some of the new activities are a first for WA.

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Experience 04

Kings Park

Kings Park


Kings Park and Botanic Garden offers a vantage point from the approved lawn areas behind the safety tape. Entry is by gold coin donation to the Friends of Kings Park. All donations will be directed to the conservation of Western Australian flora, to help improve visitor facilities, and assist in maintaining some of our State's significant cultural and memorial sites.

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Experience 05

BYO Picnic Zones

Langley Park & Kings Park


The City of Perth Australia Day Skyworks is a family friendly event. Visitors to Skyworks 2017 are reminded that it is illegal to consume alcohol in public. However, to allow adults to have a responsible alcoholic beverage during their picnic and the fireworks display, there are two designated BYO Picnic Zones where limited alcohol can be consumed.

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Experience 06

Skyworks Viewing Areas

Skyworks Viewing Areas


A place to watch the City of Perth Australia Day Skyworks. From Kings Park, South Perth, Langley Park and on the water.

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