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Australia Day Fireworks Adelaide 2023 Time, Place Location, Schedule

Australia Day Fireworks Adelaide 2023 Time, Place Location, Schedule! Australia Day is a national public holiday celebrated annually on January 26th in Australia. In Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia, there are typically fireworks displays and other celebrations held to mark the occasion. These may include parades, community events, and concerts. The event is usually held at Elder Park or Victoria Square.

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Happy Australia Day Fireworks Adelaide 2023 Time, Place Location, Schedule

Australia Day Fireworks Adelaide 2023

In 2023, the Australia Day fireworks event Aus Lights on the River will see fireworks fly on the river on 25 and 26 January at 9:30 pm.

Elder Park (Tarntanya Wama) is the official vantage point and entertainment zone for the event.

Australia Day events in Adelaide for 2023

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Aus Lights on the River
A 2-day event running from 25–26 January, ADCSA has worked closely with First Nation and multicultural groups to create a meaningful program of events in the lead-up to Australia Day.
Amphitheatre, Elder Park (Tarntanya Wama)
Official Ceremony
A Welcome to Country and address by the Premier of South Australia and Lord Mayor kicks off the Australia Day celebrations on 26 January. The ceremony also features a performance by the Iwiri Choir.
Elder Park (Tarntanya Wama)
Australia Day Breakfast
A great Australia Day tradition throughout the country is free breakfast – and Adelaide has quite a few locations ready to whip up a bacon and egg roll or fruit and yoghurt for you, followed by the flag-raising, Australia Day and citizenship ceremonies. If you’re located near Adelaide CBD, Tanunda Show Hall is your closest location but there are many across the state.
29 Elizabeth Street at Tanunda Show Hall
Australia Day Bush Fair in Onkaparinga
Share your athletic side with the people of Adelaide or play lawn games, virtual reality, rock climbing. Bring your own picnic blankets and chairs to the event and stick around until the evening for the local fireworks at 9pm.
South Adelaide Football Club Oval
Mourning in the Morning Smoking Ceremony
The Smoking Ceremony is a time for reflection, inclusion and reconciliation and involves burning native plants to produce a cleansing smoke. A speaker will deliver the address and music will be performed by the Iwiri Choir and Nancy Bates.
Elder Park (Tarntanya Wama)
Tindo Utpurndee Sunset Ceremony
Tindo Utpurndee stands for Sunset Ceremony. On Australia Day eve as the sun sets, hear the voices and the stories of the First Nations People at Elder Park/Tarntanya Wama.
Elder Park (Tarntanya Wama)
25 January, 8pm
Respecting Country Parade
Australia’s cultural diversity goes on display in this colourful parade that features over 60 South Australian communities. It begins with a South Australia migrant and refugee story as well as an Our Ancestral story.
Elder Park (Tarntanya Wama)
Jetty to Jetty Swim
Australia Day is in the heat of summer and what better way to celebrate the occasion than by cooling off at the beach? The swim has been organised by Masters Swimming South Australia and is a 2.2-kilometre dash from point to point.
Grange Jetty
From 7:30am
Australia Day at Rundle Mall
Get swept up in all things Australian this Australia Day at one of Adelaide’s favourite shopping destinations with music and storytelling.
Rundle Mall
Food Hub and Live Entertainment
Before the skyshow, delight in the tastes of South Australia (and the world) at the Aus Lights Food Hub. Includes live entertainment.
Elder Park (Tarntanya Wama)
5:30pm–11pm on 25 and 26 January
Australia Day Celebration in the City of Salisbury
Water slides, a Weet-Bix eating contest and a community cricket match – could things get more Australian? Head in early and you’ll score a free hot bacon-and-egg breakfast or cool fruit and yogurt dish. Official events include a flag-raising ceremony and Salisbury Australia Day Citizen of the Year Award winners.
Carisbrooke Park, Main North Road
8am–1:30pm on 26 January
Australia Day at Marion Hotel
The Marion Hotel has more events than you can poke a stick at. Lucky folk can try to win an Aussie-themed prize at the Australia Day wheel, partygoers can dance the night away to Triple J’s Hottest 100 and mates can catch up over discounted drinks.
849 Marion Rd, Mitchell Park
From 4pm on 26 January
Australia Day at Midway Tavern
Craving a good ol’ sausage sizzle? Giving Bunnings a run for its money, Midway Tavern has one running for free for today only. What’s more, you’ll get live music thrown in too.
212 Midway Road, Elizabeth Downs
From 2pm on 26 January
Australia Day at Campbelltown City Council Lawns
Support your local community as it celebrates Australia Day with a Council Australia Day Awards ceremony, family-friendly activities, BBQ and live entertainment.
172 Montacute Road, Rostrevo
11am–1pm on 26 January

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