Australia Day Fireworks Perth 2023 Time, Place Location, Schedule

Australia Day Fireworks Perth 2023 Time, Place Name, Location, Address, Schedule! Happy Australia Day fireworks are a popular way to celebrate Australia Day, which is held on January 26th each year. Fireworks displays are held in many cities and towns across the country, with some of the largest and most famous displays taking place in Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth. The fireworks displays typically include a variety of colorful and spectacular fireworks, set to music and often accompanied by other forms of entertainment such as live music or laser shows.

Australia Day fireworks in Perth

Australia Day Fireworks 2023
Australia Day Fireworks 2023

The annual Australia Day fireworks (Skyworks) are now part of the City of Light Show series.

In 2023 the main fireworks display will be accompanied by a drone show. It starts right after 8 pm and runs for 30 minutes.

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Unlike previous years, the display will not be central over the Swan River. Instead, it will be held closer to the Perth foreshore and is best viewed from there.

Where to watch the Australia Day fireworks in Perth

Vantage point What’s happening? Time
Supreme Court Gardens
Birak Concert with Welcome to Country performance, live entertainment and family-friendly activities, including a 23-metre Warrior Obstacle Course. If you can’t make it to the event, Noongar Radio typically broadcasts the performances.
3pm–9pm
Langley Park
The Entertainment Zone is true to its name with amusement rides, obstacle courses, a freestyle motocross and BMX stunt show, a water playground and 18-hole mini golf. This is the best vantage point for the drone show due to image placement. Outside of the park, the narrated soundtrack for the drone show will not be heard.
3pm–9pm
Elizabeth Quay
No events.
Fireworks and drone show start at 8pm
Kings Park
No events.
Fireworks and drone show start at 8pm

Australia Day events in Perth for 2023

Events What’s happening? Where When Cost Learn more
Australia Day Ceremony
The morning ceremony features the citizenship ceremony and the annual Community Citizen of the Year Awards.
Sir James Mitchell Park
8am–9:30am
Free
Great Aussie Breakfast
Following the Australia Day Ceremony, all are welcome to tuck into a barbeque brekky hosted by the Rotary Club of Como. Funds will go to the local community.
Sir James Mitchell Park
9:30am–10:30am
$6 per person
City of Light Show
Replacing the Perth Skyworks event, the City of Light Show is a mix of drone and fireworks displays. It will launch from Langley Park and fly over the Swan River.
Langley Park
8pm
Free
Birak Concert
This annual concert celebrates the music, dance and art of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Headliners include Red Ochre Band, Pipeline and Phil Walleystack.
Supreme Court Gardens
3pm–7:30pm
Free
Twilight Market and Movie Screening
Pop by early to catch the Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony then stick around for a bevy of activities, including didgeridoo classes and Aboriginal canvas painting workshops. At the end of the night, settle down with some popcorn to watch the iconic Aussie flick Bran Nue Dae.
Frank Konecny Community Centre
4pm–9pm
Free
Australia Day Multicultural BBQ Breakfast Picnic
Catch up with mates over an Aussie BBQ breakfast and some live and local entertainment.
Calista Oval, 2 Walgreen Cres
8am–11am
Free
Australia Day at Briggs Upper Oval
Break out the cricket bat and hit the pitch at the community cricket match. There are also giant games, live music and a food truck fiesta on this arvo.
Briggs Upper Oval, Byford
4pm–8pm
Free
Australia Day Multicultural Dance Performance
Australia’s cultural diversity takes to the stage at this event featuring the movements of classical “Han” and contemporary Chinese dance.
Chung Wah Cultural Centre
12pm–4pm
Free

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