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Themed “Save the Koalas”, Roosterfish Beach Club hosts the annual Australia Day celebration with a special one-day lively gathering

The official national day of Australia which falls on 26 January is coming soon, and Roosterfish Beach Club on Pandawa Beach in Bali is going to take part in the annual anniversary. On Australia Day, people celebrate all things they love about Australia, from land, lifestyle to freedom. For the Australians, it is the day to reflect on what it means to be Australian, to celebrate contemporary Australia and to acknowledge the history of Australia.

On Sunday, 26 January 2020, Roosterfish Beach Club is hosting “Save the Koalas” Australia Day celebration, starting from 3 to 8 pm. A perfect get-together occasion with your family and friends, the annual event will feature lots of entertainment performances and party games. Some of the performers are Bonfire, Thunder Band and the club’s resident DJ. Meanwhile, adults and kids can participate in fun party games, ranging from The Thong Toss, Pavlova Eating Competition and Beer Sculling.

Themed “Save the Koalas”, Roosterfish Beach Club hosts the annual Australia Day celebration with a special one-day lively gathering

As a celebrated event worldwide and one of the biggest annual civic events in Australia, Australia Day is one anniversary you shouldn’t miss. The entrance fee for this casual party is affordably priced at IDR 50,000, and all proceeds go to WWF Australia, one of the world’s largest conservation organization which focuses on wilderness preservation and addressing a range of pressing environmental issues.

Book your spot now via call or text to +62 811 3940 3588 3588 or email to [email protected] For more information, please visit www.roosterfishbeachclub.com or follow the club’s social media channels on Facebook (www.facebook.com/roosterfishbeachclub) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/roosterfishbeachclub).