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Indian Ocean Skyshow 2012

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by Sarah M (subscribe)
A freelance writer living in Perth, WA. My blog is coming soon. Watch this space!
With Australia Day only a week away, many people are looking for ways to celebrate. Most councils and communities organise some sort of event but nothing beats a great fireworks display and the Indian Ocean Skyshow sounds like it will be a real winner.

Photo credit - City of Fremantle

The cities of Fremantle and Cockburn are joining together this year to present what they say will be the largest fireworks display ever launched off the Western Australia coastline. The Fremantle Mayor, Dr Brad Pettitt, said that this fireworks display will go on longer than in previous years and be far more spectacular and creative than ever before.

The fireworks will be launched 300m off Bathers Bay.

The Indian Ocean Skyshow starts on Australia Day (January 26, 2012) at 8pm and it will be simulcast on 6IX 1080AM and 405.7FM from 7.30pm.

The Mayor of Fremantle, Dr Brad Pettitt and the Mayor of Cockburn, Mr Logan Howlett, are hoping that all residents will attend this family friendly event to help celebrate Australia Day.

For further details check out the City of Fremantle website.

Best Viewing Locations:

Fishing Boat Harbour
Bathers Beach foreshore
The Roundhouse
Esplanade Park
North Mole
Monument Hill
South Beach.

The City of Cockburn is also organising a free family Australia Day BBQ to be held at Coogee Beach reserve between 1pm and 5pm. Check out the website for more details.

So if you're looking for something fun and free for the family to do this Australia Day why not go along to the Indian Ocean Skyshow and really celebrate Australia Day with a bang?
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Why? To Celebrate Australia Day
When: Australia Day - 26 January, 2012
Where: Fremantle Are
Cost: Free
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