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Time & Date

Wednesday
26 Jan 2022

Venue: Perth Esplanade Foreshore (Fenced off Accessible Viewing Area)
Time: Open from 5pm
Cost: FREE
Access Provisions:
1 Audio Description (For people who are blind or vision impaired)
2 Auslan (For Deaf)
3 Accessible Viewing Area (For people with disability, your families and friends)

Bookings essential. Only people who have booked the Accessible Viewing Area will be permitted in the secured area.
To book: Email:jacqueline@dadaa.org.au. Please state number of people and access requirements (eg Auslan, Audio Description, Wheelchair access)

The City of Perth Australia Day Skyworks is returning in 2022.

Since its conception in 1997, Skyworks has become the largest community event in Western Australia and the largest Australia Day celebration in the country, attracting over 250,000 people to the foreshore.

Skyworks at 8pm
The City of Perth Skyworks’ finale will see the sky above the Swan River explode into colour at 8pm, with Western Australia’s largest annual fireworks display.

The pyrotechnic magicians at WA operated Cardile Fireworks have a variety of new tricks and effects to ensure the 2022 Skyworks will light up the City of Perth in spectacular style and amaze the audience throughout Australia’s largest & longest fireworks display.

Thousands of fireworks devices containing brilliantly bright pyrotechnic pixels are loaded into volleys of mortar tubes set up and launched from 21 barges spread along the Swan River. Hundreds of man hours of delicate work is taken to ensure every single pyrotechnic effect is safely plugged into the worlds most advanced computer firing system, so that when it comes time to light up the night, they are all ignited and complimented with a music soundtrack.

DADAA respectfully acknowledges the Whadjuk and Yued people of the Noongar nation and the Southern Yamatji Peoples, the traditional owners of the lands upon which DADAA operates. We recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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