A livestreamed awards dinner for nominees and their invited guests will be held on Monday. On Australia Day, West Wyalong and Ungarie pools will have a slide and inflatable respectively and free entry. Mirrool will hold a special Silo Cinema screening of Ride Like a Girl. A fireworks display over McAlister Oval at 9pm wraps up the day.
Ambassador: Olympic sailing coach Victor Kovalenko
Formalities at the Rankins Springs War Memorial Hall from 10am, followed by a free luncheon. Bookings required, contact council on 6965 1900 before January 22 to secure a table.
Ambassador: Inventor, Professor Veena Sahajwalla
An invitation-only awards presentation will be held in Coolamon. Free entry to Coolamon, Ganmain and Ardlethan pools.
Ambassadors: Screenwriter and producer Peter Herbert; journalist, author and founder of KYUP! Project Melanie Thomas
Breakfast at Gundagai's Carberry Park starts at 8am before formalities get underway at 9.40am. Cootamundra's breakfast and celebrations in Jubilee Park starts at 8am with ceremony at 9am.
Ambassador: Former NSW Volunteer of the Year Bob Fitzgerald
Celebrations begin at 9am at the Urana Aquatic Centre. Barbecue and drinks will be available.
Ambassador: Film director Anupam Sharma
A free breakfast from 8am at the Walbundrie Recreation Ground before the official ceremony at 9am. A family fun day continues until 4pm. Free entry to the Culcairn, Henty, Holbrook, Jindera and Walla Walla pools.
Ambassador: Founding member of The Seekers Keith Potger
Australia Day awards will commence at the Griffith Regional Theatre at 10am - tickets through Eventbrite. Celebrations at Pioneer Park also begin at 10am, running until 4pm. Free entry to the Griffith Regional Aquatic Leisure Centre.
Ambassador: 2020 Young Australian of the Year and leader of Deadly Science Corey Tutt
The community breakfast and awards ceremony will be held at the Hay Gaol Museum from 8am.
Ambassador: Better Homes and Garden presenter Graham Ross
Boorowa's proceedings begin with a flag-raising ceremony at the Ex-Services club at 9.30am, followed by speeches and awards. Luncheon from 12.30pm. Numbers are limited, register with the club. The ambassador will deliver an address at Harden-Murrumburrah's event in Newson Park, which starts at 8am with breakfast and entertainment before the awards ceremony. The day gets underway at Wombat's Wagenbah Oval from 10am, with local awards including the Wombatian Citizen of the Year. There's also a sausage sizzle, tractor pull, markets and more. Young's invitation-only celebrations will be held in the Young Town Hall from 9.30am and livestreamed on the council's Facebook page.
Ambassador: Artist Yianni Johns
Doors to the official ceremony and morning tea at the Athenium open at 9am for a 9.30am start. Tickets essential through Council on 6924 8100, email email@example.com or in person. Remaining tickets available at the door.
Ambassador: Co-founder Endemetriosis Australia Donna Ciccia
A free community breakfast in Mountford Park begins at 7.30am. The Leeton Town Band will perform before the official ceremony begins at 9.15am.
A smaller awards ceremony will be held for awards recipients, family and friends.
Ambassador: Mark Warren
Free breakfast at the Coleambally Community Hall from 8am will be capped at 100 people, ceremony starts at 9am. Darlington Point will host an invitation-only celebrations for award nominees and their guests. Jerilderie will host an invitation-only high tea for award recipients and their guests.
Ambassador: Founder of the Benjamin Andrew Footpath Library Sarah Garnett
Celebrations at Lake Talbot begin with coffee and breakfast at 8.30am, with the awards ceremony at 8.45am. The official opening of the water park's redevelopment takes place just before 10am and then the pools and splash park open. Ceremony tickets are required but free, collect through Eventbrite or the visitors information centre by calling 6959 5545.
Ambassador: Former TV presenter and sports commentator Peter Wilkins
Breakfast in Tumut's Stockwell Gardens begins at 8am, official ceremony at 9am. The Adelong community can enjoy a morning tea from 10.30am at the S&C Club. Batlow's day starts with breakfast in Memorial Park at 8am. A Rotary barbecue begins the day at Tumbarumba Creekscape at 11am. A barbecue for the Talbingo community starts at 5pm in Miles Franklin Park before local awards.
Ambassador: WWII veteran William Harris
Invitation-only ceremony at the Temora Memorial Town Hall from 9.30am.
Ambassador: Wiradjuri elder Dr Stan Grant
The Australia Day awards will be presented on Monday evening, however the general public will have to join by livestream at wagga.nsw.gov.au/australiaday. Australia Day will be based in the Botanic Gardens from 7am with a free barbecue breakfast and entertainment, and official ceremony at 9am. The crowd will be limited to 3000 and attendees will be allocated an area. Willans Hill miniature railway runs from 8am.