Gayle is a retired accountant and a photography enthusiast living on Victoria's beautiful Bass Coast. Gayle is passionate about writing and keen to showcase Aussie culture to a global audience. Gayle loves her family, dogs, sunsets, and chocolate.
Published December 31st 2014
Free Australia Day Celebrations in the City of Casey
Australia Day has been celebrated as a public holiday by all our states and territories since 1935, but has been observed since the early 19th century in one form or another. It is a day we set aside to reflect on what makes us a nation, to celebrate our achievements and to welcome new Australian citizens.
Many of us mark the day with friends, a BBQ get together or a day on the beach but across the nation people will gather at organised events. Those of us living in or visiting the City of Casey are being treated to a smorgasbord of Australia Day celebrations in 2015.
Celebrating Australia Day (Image: City of Casey Facebook Page)
Corner of Peel Street and Lyall Road,
10am to 3pm, Monday 26th January, 2015.
There is parking in Peel Street and Brisbane Street (on either side of the park) and also in car parks off Wheeler Street.
There are public toilets with disabled facilities at the park.
There is a children's playground.
Further information can be obtained from the City of Casey website of by telephoning the Rotary Club on 0488 906 110.
Passport to Casey's Cultural Heritage Showcase - Cranbourne
Experience our Cultural Diversity
CHARM, the Cultural Historical Association of Rodriguans and Mauritians is showcasing Australia's diverse culture with activities and displays including:
Traditional music and dancing
A mini historical exhibition
Arts and crafts