THE Rotary Club of Rossmoyne will be cooking up a storm at the Shelley Foreshore as part of its annual Australia Day celebrations.
Throughout the morning, which celebrates the citizenship of new Australians on the beach front, a full cooked breakfast will be available from 7.30am and there will be plenty of stalls and activities at this family friendly event.
The breakfast costs $12 for adults, $6 for children, and includes a hot meal and a drink. Funds raised from the breakfast will be used to support the local community.
There will be face-painting and a bouncy castle for the kids, an aerobatic display, a flag-raising ceremony by the Canning Sea Cadets and live music provided by Fiddler’s Green and Anne Millar.
The Holden Car Club will have vehicles on display and book-lovers will have the opportunity to add to their library at the book sale.
Attendees also have a chance to check on their health as local GP and Rossmoyne Rotarian Ritthy Sovann will be on hand to check blood pressure, while local physiotherapist, James Grafton from Freedom Physiotherapy, will be providing free assessments and advice.