Free registration for community groups this Australia Day

REGISTER: Community events in the Redlands can be registered on a Queensland Australia Day website.
REGISTER: Community events in the Redlands can be registered on a Queensland Australia Day website.

Redland community groups and organisations planning Australia Day celebrations can register their events for free on the official Queensland Australia Day website.

Queensland Australia Day Ambassador and 2018 Local Hero, Pip Russell, is encouraging all Queensland event organisers to register.

“Australia Day is a great time for Queenslanders to celebrate our lifestyle, communities and mateship. Whether your organisation is planning a barbeque breakie, a spot of beach cricket or a local fireworks display, be sure to register your event on the official Australia Day Queensland website so other locals will be able to join the celebrations,” she said.

The official Australia Day Queensland website will serve as the state’s go-to-guide for what’s on across Queensland on January 26.

Users will be able to pinpoint events of interest within a 10km radius of their location allowing local events and celebrations to be easily found and joined.

To register your Australia Day event, visit qld.australiaday.org.au

In the Redlands, there will be a free shuttle service running from Main Road to Wellington Point park to alleviate congestion. 

The Bayside Vehicle Restorers Club is also running its annual car rally with an expected 500 historic cars to be displayed at the Ormiston State School from 7.30am.  There will be a free breakfast, tea and coffee for all entrants.  There will be rally runs to tourist spots in the Redlands from mid morning with the rally to finish at the Redland Sporting Club for lunch.  Enquiries  to 0411 516 122.

Australia Day will be celebrated at various pubs and clubs.  The Cleveland RSL presents Classic Gold from 1pm to 4pm and the Grand View presents Down under from 3pm to 7pm in a Aussie rock tribute show.