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Australia Day 2021 - Dubbo

26/01/2021 (7:30am - 9:30am)

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Dubbo Regional Council
Victoria Park
167 Talbragar Street, Dubbo
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Registration is now full however you are welcome to come down to Victoria Park to watch the ceremony from outside the official zone. Please make sure social distancing is adhered to.

The traditional Australia Day Awards and Citizenship Ceremony will take place again in 2021, with a new COVID-safe format. We will celebrate our award winners and newest community members in Victoria Park, with breakfast provided to registered attendees. We will also hear from our Australia Day Ambassador, Mr Khushaal Vyas (more information below). After the ceremony, community members are encouraged to get out and support local businesses by exploring what's on offer around the city.

COVID-19 Safety Information

As always, it is important to stay at home if you are feeling unwell. If you answer 'yes' to any of the following questions, please stay home and check current health advice:

  1. Do you have a recently developed, unexplained cough?
  2. Do you have a sore throat?
  3. Do you have a fever?
  4. Are you caring for someone at home with any of the above symptoms?
  5. Have you been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19?
  6. Have you travelled to or from a hotspot or area of concern in the last 14 days?

Australia Day Ambassador - Kushaal Vyas

Khushaal is a Graduate Lawyer at Baker McKenzie having recently completed his studies in a Bachelor of Arts (Politics Major)/Law at the University of New South Wales.

At university, Khushaal was the President of the UNSW Law Society; the largest university law student representative group in the nation, where he represented, advocated for and facilitated events to support and assist in the development of the society’s student members. Prior to this, he was Vice-President (Social Justice) where he co-founded a regional volunteer program to work with community centres and schools in the Dubbo-Trangie and Wiradjuri Community and mentor disadvantaged Indigenous children. He subsequently directed the award winning “Yindyamarra: A Documentary” which followed the volunteer trip. Since starting work professionally, Khushaal was responsible for the inclusion of the Dubbo-Trangie volunteer program under Baker McKenzie’s Pro Bono and Community Service activities.

For his work on the Fairfield City Youth and Community Centre and Dubbo Volunteer program, Khushaal was awarded the NSW Premier’s Multicultural Youth Medal which recognises the valuable role of a young person promoting intercultural dialogue and co-operation. He was also the recipient of the Institute of Managers and Leaders ‘Australian Student Leader of the Year’ and twice nominated as the Australian Law Student of the Year. Continuing his interest in the multicultural space, Khushaal was invited to form part of the AFL NSW/ACT Multicultural Alliance Committee to promote multiculturalism in AFL.

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