In Australia, Australia Day is celebrated on 26th January and you will find the most awesome celebrations in the country. The anniversary of the arrival of Captain Arthur Phillip and 11 ships of British convicts to New South Wales- marking the “founding” of Australia. Which marks the founding of Australia. Every year, on this day Aussies gather to celebrate the greatness of their own country. The celebrations continue while people meet their family and friends, enjoy barbecues and fantastic fireworks.
Adelaide fringe festival is the world’s second-largest annual art festival and it happens between February to March each year. Fringe shows are of great value with an average ticket price of $25 approximately.
Anzac Day is celebrated on 25 April each year, regardless of which day it falls. For many years, no replacement holiday was given if Anzac Day fell on a weekend. This day marks the anniversary of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) first major military action in World War I. On this day each year, Australians honor all those who have served the country. Commemorations include prayers at dawn, church services, and parades. In the rest of Australia, there is no day in lieu when ANZAC Day falls on a weekend, although there may be substitution arrangements in some cases.
Melbourne International Arts Festival is the favorite festival for the Melbourne people. The festival will be fun-filled with major international arts festivals and parties, a celebration of dance, theatre, music, Dj, fun shows, circus, visual arts, multimedia, outdoor and free events. The Festival will happen between May to June.
It’s the annual festival of lights, music, and ideas. Many light installations, projections, and ‘light art’ sculptures are set up around the city for all to see! Vivid Sydney features local and international musical artists performing at the Opera House, along with conversations and presentations featuring business leaders and social innovators. Vivid Sydney was predominantly a free event with ticketing only being part of the music component of the festival, Luminous, at Sydney Opera House.