Mr Hughes suffered burns to more than 50 per cent of his body in the blasts and was given a 5 per cent chance of survival by doctors.
His harrowing experience and subsequent hard-fought recovery, which was overseen by Australian of the Year Dr Fiona Wood, has led him to become an in-demand public speaker known for delivering humorous, anecdotal and compelling talks around the country.
Guests will hear about his accounts of the Bali bombings as well as life beyond, with Mr Hughes now running his own successful business Air Roofing Company and principal of the Peter Hughes Burn Foundation.
The breakfast will be held at Bridgeleigh Reception Centre in Wanneroo. Book at wanneroobusiness.com.