THERE will be barbecues, a citizenship ceremony and free swimming on Australia Day in Bathurst.
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The Lions Club of Bathurst will be manning the hotplate at Eglinton War Memorial Hall for the Eglinton Barbecue Breakfast at 8am.
Bathurst's citizenship ceremony and Australia Day community awards will start at 9.30am at Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre, where there will be 14 new citizens taking the pledge.
The city's Australia Day ambassador, Paralympian Tiffany Kane, will be the special guest and officially welcome the new citizens.
IN OTHER NEWS AROUND BATHURST:
For lunch, the Rotary Club of Bathurst will be cooking a free barbecue lunch in Kings Parade from noon.
To finish off the day, there will be free entry at the Manning Aquatic Centre from 11am to 5.30pm.
The weather forecast is for a top of 28 degrees in the city.
Bathurst Regional Council says everyone on Australia Day is encouraged to "reflect, respect and celebrate our nation and our people - especially our strong sense of community as we work towards reconnecting".
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