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With only one week to go until Australia Day (January 26th), party preparations will now be in full swing.
Australia Day is is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate all that this wonderfully diverse country has to offer. The sandy beaches, rugged outback, beautiful rain-forests, snowy mountains and amazing wildlife.
With the Public Holiday, it is a perfect time to celebrate with friends and family, and enjoy everything that Australia has to offer.
If you havn’t yet thought of what to do for Australia Day, don’t panic – you still have time! It’s easy to organise some simple food and decorations; you can have a party organised with little effort and on a cheap budget!
Think back to basics with Australian favourite’s and you can’t go wrong. Serve some meat pies, lamingtons and pavlova and your guests will be sure to have a smile on their face!
I have made the decorating of your party easy with a range of party printable’s that I have designed for you. Choose between the printable’s displayed here on in the previous Australia Day post found here.
If you would like to try some delicious recipes using South Australia FruChocs, read the FruChoc themed party here.
Tissue Pom Poms are great decorations to place in an otherwise dull looking space. They are vibrant, cheap and easy to make. If you would like to know how to make these tissue pom poms, follow this easy tutorial.
If you would like to download the printable’s from this party display, visit Smart Party Planning again tomorrow for all these printable’s and more….for FREE!!
Looking for some other Australia Day ideas? Follow this link here.
If you like what you see here, please share with your friends and family.
How are you planning to celebrate Australia Day? I would love to hear what you have planned or what you have enjoyed in previous years.
Happy Australia Day!
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