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Celebrate Australia Day in London

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Australia Day 2018 falls on a Friday 26th January, which means Australian beer drinking, crazy fancy dress, live DJs spinning the best of Triple J Hottest 100, Australian pies and maybe a bit more Australian beer. Below you will find the best Australia Day parties happening in London, so dust off your flag and your mankini, it's time to celebrate being Aussie.

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Clapham / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: Bar

Head on over to Clapham hotspot Gigalum this Australia Day (Friday 26th January) and celebrate in style. Clapham's favourite hangout are pulling out all the stops this year with a live Aussie band, DJ's from Down Under and the obligatory barbie of course. Entry is free so there's more money for beers! Download Contact Gigalum directly

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Clapham / Bar / Club /

Clapham has gone Aussie Day mad this year with yet another top party destination to check out. Infernos are putting one helluva night on Friday 26th January with laughs a plenty from the guys from Comedy Carnival as well as Aussie beers, great DJ's and live entertainment. There's also a free drink on entry to get things kick started. Contact Infernos directly

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Tropicana Beach Club
Holborn / Club / Cuisine: Meat

Tropicana Beach Club in Covent Garden and party with you fellow compatriots this Oz Day. There'll be 2 for 1 on Aussie beers, live entertainment and surf and turf tacos as well as some pretty hot Baywatch babes and hunky lifeguards. Download Contact Tropicana Beach Club directly

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The Slug at Fulham
Fulham / Bar /

One of London's favourite Aussie bars plays host to its biggest day and night of the year with a cracking Australia Day planned. Knock back Jagerbombs for just £2 a shot and enjoy drinks at £1.95 at certain times. Dance the night away to tunes from two Aussie DJ's. Bar is open until 2am and entry is just £4. Download Contact The Slug at Fulham directly

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The Roadhouse
West End / Bar / Restaurant / Club / Cuisine: American

These guys always rock an awesome party for Australia Day and this year will be bigger and better than ever. The DJ's will be belting out the tunes including all the Aussie faves whilst Parmy burgers and ice cold Aussie beers provide the refreshment. The bar will be open until 3am and Aussie's get free entry (decent fake accents may be accepted!) Download Contact The Roadhouse directly

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Soho / Bar / Club /

West End legend Bar Rumba always deliver for Australia Day and it looks like 2018 will be no exception. Get your tickets in advance and enjoy 3 Fosters for a tenner. Enjoy a good mix of tunes all night with the bar open until 3am. Download Contact Rumba directly

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Clapham Grand
Clapham / Bar / Club /

The Grand does Aussie Day big style every year and 2018 promises to be a spectacular one. Dance to the triple J hottest 100, beers and food from back home, CO2 cannons, balloon drops, Aussie fancy dress and the national anthem of Australia at midnight. Open from 5pm-3am. Download Contact Clapham Grand directly

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Waxy O'Connor's
West End / Bar / Cuisine: Pub

Australia Day is the perfect excuse for a party at this London bar and Friday 26th January will play host to quite an event, featuring live music, DJ's and plenty of giveaways. Who doesn't love a good freebie? Download Contact Waxy O'Connor's directly

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The Draft House Charlotte Street
Fitzrovia / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: British

With various Draft Houses across the capital you're spoilt for choice when it comes to Aussie Day celebrations this year, as every one of them is joining in the party. In fact, Australia Day 2018 at The Draft House lasts all month long with a range of Aussie beer options and Oz themed tucker on offer. There's even a packed programme of events including DJ's, live music, games and quizzes. Download Contact The Draft House Charlotte Street directly

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