Auspire Ambassadors of 2019 are proud to volunteer in the Australia day ceremonies of local councils across Western Australia

  • 25 January 2019

Each year Auspire – The Australia Day Council invites outstanding community members to become Auspire Ambassadors. They volunteer their time throughout Western Australia on Australia Day to share their inspiring stories of courage, determination and community service.

Auspire – The Australia Day Council WA proudly assisted local Councils across Western Australia with delivering their Australia Day Address, presenting Citizen of the Year Awards and welcoming new Australian Citizens during their Citizenship Ceremonies. Some of our Auspire Ambassadors were involved in radio interviews, meet and greet opportunities and are invited as special guest speakers at Civic Receptions.

This year’s celebrations also marked the 70th anniversary of the introduction of Australian citizenship into law and WA welcomed 3,098 individuals from 102 nationalities across 72 ceremonies.

Australia is one of the most successful multicultural countries in the world. Since 1949, over five million people have become Australian citizens.

City of Joondalup welcomed Professor Colleen Hayward to their celebrations on Saturday.  Joondalup Mayor Albert Jacob said “Our City values the contribution of its past and present Indigenous people and as a proud Indigenous woman, Professor Hayward’s keynote address added to the sense of occasion at our Citizenship ceremony as we welcome more than 340 people into the Australian family”

25 outstanding Auspire Ambassadors attended events across the state covering over 14,500 kilometres including Esperance, Newman, Geraldton, Wagin, Augusta and Broome and throughout the metropolitan area.

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