2022 Australia Day in Bingara

Bingara Special Events Committee would like to invite the community to join together with committee members and Australia Day Guest race caller extraordinaire, esteemed radio announcer Greg Kachel, in celebrating Australia Day 2022 at the local Awards Ceremony and community breakfast barbeque.

Greg Kachel, former radio announcer and race caller, has been announced as Bingara’s Australia Day guest

The local Awards Ceremony, hosted by the Special Events Committee, will be held in the Roxy Theatre on Wednesday, January 26 starting at 8:00am with a community breakfast barbeque which will be prepared by the Lions Club of Bingara.

The breakfast will be followed by the formal part of the morning with the introduction of the flag bearing party and the Welcome to Country, to be delivered by Bingara Central School Secondary and Primary Captains and Vice-Captains in their first official role for 2022.

The morning’s program will also include the Prayer to the Nation, introduction of the Australia Day Guest who will be invited to deliver the Australia Day address, presentation of the Awards in the categories for Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year, Volunteer or Volunteer Group of the Year and Community Event of the Year.

The morning will conclude with a pin presentation and gift to the Australia Day Guest on behalf of the community.

At this stage, those attending the Australia Day Breakfast and Awards Ceremony will be required to QR Code sign in and masks must be worn in line with government regulations. For more information on how you can nominate a member of the local community for the Local Bingara Citizen of the Year Awards or the community breakfast and Awards Ceremony, contact Jen Mead, Tourist Officer at Bingara Visitor Information Centre or call 6724 0066 during business hours.

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