All set for Australia Day Celebrations

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The countdown is on for Australia Day NSW 2019, with Yothu Yindi and The Treaty
Project, Conrad Sewell and Kate Ceberano announced as part of a star-studded
and action-packed program of events.

The official Australia Day program was launched by NSW Minister for
Multiculturalism Ray Williams and Australia Day Council NSW Creative Director
John Foreman OAM beside the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge with a taste of what’s
to come.

“This year’s Australia Day program will champion the vibrant and diverse state of
NSW, based on the theme ‘Everyone, every story’, with a range of events across the
state inviting people to unite, reflect and share what it means to be Australian,” Mr
Williams said.

Williams also announced renowned social researcher and author Hugh Mackay
AO as the 2019 Australia Day Address Speaker.

Australia Day Council NSW Creative Director John Foreman said Australia Day
celebrations in Sydney, would deliver something for everyone encompassing the
national values of inclusion, diversity and respect.

“Sydney Harbour will come alive with non-stop entertainment on the
water, in the sky and around the foreshore,” Foreman said.

“It’s going to be an unforgettable day of fantastic events, building up to Australia
Day Live in the evening where some of the country’s most talented artists will
perform top Aussie hits to get the crowd pumping along with amazing fireworks,
aerial displays and boats dancing across the Harbour.”


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