Australia Day 2016 celebrations at Sydney Olympic Park
15 Jan 2016
Bring your family to Sydney Olympic Park this Australia Day and celebrate our national day with an action-packed schedule of FREE entertainment, activities and fireworks.
More than 6,000 people are expected to take part in the family-friendly festivities taking place at Cathy Freeman Park and presented by Sydney Olympic Park Authority and Auburn City Council.
The event will kick-off at 12noon on Tuesday 26 January with international food fare, family activities and live entertainment, before a fireworks finale just before 9pm.
Free carnival rides, crafts, sports clinics for kids, an animal farm and pony rides will provide the backdrop to a full entertainment program. Entertainment features live shows from professional musicians, local youth and multicultural music and dance performers.
An Official Ceremony will also start at 12noon, and will include a Local Citizens of the Year awards presentation and a welcoming ceremony of new Australian citizens.
Paid parking is available at Olympic Park, but attendees are encouraged to use public transport. Free shuttle buses will be operating from Auburn and Lidcombe train stations on Australia Day.
For more information about FREE Australia Day 2016 celebrations at Olympic Park, visit sydneyolympicpark.com.au.
AUSTRALIA DAY CELEBRATIONS 2016 AT SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK
WHEN: Tuesday 26 January 2016
International food fare, entertainment and Official Ceremony from 12noon. Fireworks around 8.50pm.
WHERE: Cathy Freeman Park, Olympic Boulevard, Sydney Olympic Park
GETTING THERE: Public transport recommended. Free shuttle buses will be operating from Auburn and Lidcombe train stations. Car parking $5 an hour. Parking options
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