Join in the fun this Australia Day

Celebrate what's great this Australia Day by getting involved in the fun activities happening right across the Sunshine Coast on Tuesday, January 26, 2016.

From the traditional Australia Day Flag Raising Ceremony at Kings Beach Caloundra to BBQ breakfasts and beach cricket there is something for the whole family to enjoy.

Australia Day Events -

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

7am Australia Day Coolum Beach* Tickle Park, Coolum, Beach Lions Club of Coolum Beach

7am Australia Day on Buderim* Burnett Street and Buderim Village Park Buderim War Memorial Community Association

7am Aussie BBQ Breakfast Montville Village Green Montville Village Association Inc.

7.30-10am Australia Day Breakfast and Games Charles Clarke Park, Mooloolaba Mooloolaba Lions Club

7.30-11am Great Aussie Breakfast Allan Walker Park, Buddina, Kawana Waters Uniting Church

7.45am Flag Raising Ceremony Lions Park, Kings Beach Sunshine Coast Council

8am 3rd Annual Show-n-Shine Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club

8am Aussie Street Party Palmwoods Memorial Hall Palmwoods Progress Association Inc.

9am Australia Day on the Beach Lions Park, Kings Beach Caloundra Cricket Club

9am-5pm Australia Day Celebrations Aussie World, Palmview Aussie World

10am Marcoola Rocks on Australia Day Marcoola Surf Club and Main Beach, Marcoola Marcoola Surf Club

*Sunshine Coast Council has provided support to a number of events through sponsorship and the Community Grants program. Visit council's website for an up to date Sunshine Coast event listing or check out the official Australia Day website to find more state and national event information.

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