GALLERY: Fireworks save Australia Day

16/01/2019

Saved the day: The Colours of the Outback fireworks display was a genuine hit and a new take on life pyrotechnic performance at the Penrith Australia Day concert at the regatta centre.Penrith’s Australia Day 2015 wasn’t the smoothest celebration this year because of the rain, but the epic fireworks display more than saved the day.
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The rain kept plenty of people away from the regatta centre, where the evening Australia Day party was staged, Seattle Sound pulled out of the event due to weather and Justice Crew took a better offer but the ‘Colours of the Outback’ fireworks spectacular was good enough to rescue any calamity.

The pyrotechnics, screen images and two-man musical performance were all in sync to create an emotionally stimulating and bombarding effect that took the fireworks show to a whole other level.

Fireworks provider, Howard and Sons, said this was the first of its kind in Australia and it didn’t disappoint.

The largely red, green and gold fireworks, in keeping with the outback theme, were launched off a pontoon in the middle of the rowing lake creating dazzling synchronous explosions and symmetrical patterns across the lake.

GALLERY: Fireworks save Australia Day Gracie and Ellexcia Case at the Penrith Council Australia Day celebration at Penrith Lakes. Picture: Gene Ramirez

Penrith Council Australia Day Party, Penrith Lakes. Picture Gene Ramirez

Lima Leata, Coda Barnes, Vena, Gracie, Danetyn and Ellexcia Case at the Penrith Council Australia Day celebration at Penrith Lakes. Picture: Gene Ramirez

Izaak Nasio, Teigan and Lachaln Elliott, Aliyah Nasio and Ryan Elliott at the Penrith Council Australia Day celebration at Penrith Lakes. Picture: Gene Ramirez

Ethan and Stephanie Turner with Richard Cooke at the Penrith Council Australia Day celebration at Penrith Lakes. Picture: Gene Ramirez

Penrith Council Australia Day Party, Penrith Lakes. Picture Gene Ramirez

Penrith Council Australia Day Party, Penrith Lakes. Picture Gene Ramirez

Penrith Council Australia Day Party, Penrith Lakes. Picture Gene Ramirez

Penrith Council Australia Day Party, Penrith Lakes. Picture Gene Ramirez

Karly Snowden with her son Jessy Andrews at the Penrith Council Australia Day celebration at Penrith Lakes. Picture: Gene Ramirez

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