Western Suburbs Weekly - - Stage -

THE most iconic Aus­tralia Day cel­e­bra­tion in Perth is un­doubt­edly the City of Perth Aus­tralia Day Sky­works. It of­fers a day packed full of en­ter­tain­ment and ac­tiv­i­ties for all ages, with the Lan­g­ley Park En­ter­tain­ment Zone open from 3pm, fea­tur­ing an as­sort­ment of ac­tiv­i­ties for the whole fam­ily be­fore the py­rotech­nics dis­play at 8pm. Look to the sky dur­ing the af­ter­noon for an avi­a­tion spec­ta­cle fea­tur­ing vin­tage air­craft, jets, planes in for­ma­tion and he­li­copters. Grab some­thing to eat at the popular Hawk­ers Mar­ket, with the spe­cial Aus­tralia Day edi­tion of­fer­ing an ar­ray of fab­u­lous in­ter­na­tional flavours at Lan­g­ley Park or if you pre­fer some­thing quintessen­tially Aus­tralian, there will also be a tasty bar­be­cue on of­fer. If you can’t make it to Lan­g­ley Park, grab a pic­nic and head to one of the many other spots in Kings Park or along the fore­shore. Just make sure you are look­ing up come 8pm when the spec­tac­u­lar fire­works and laser dis­play takes over the sky.

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