DJ Sol says he's already started mixing a few original and exclusive topical, house tracks for the Canterbury Bankstown Australia Day celebrations.
CANTERBURY Bankstown will celebrate Australia Day again this year with a series of pool parties.
Mayor Khal Asfour said this would likely be the city's last Australia Day celebration in its current format, and he encouraged residents, particularly the young, to join the pool parties.
Those who visit Max Parker (Revesby) and Canterbury Leisure and Aquatic Centres on January 26, will be transported to the shores of Miami and Ibiza, with Bondi Beach Radio DJs on deck with the latest dance tracks.
DJ Sol, 14, who has his own show, The Young Ones, on Bondi Beach Radio, said he was looking forward to partying in Canterbury Bankstown.
"I've never partied down this way before on Australia Day, so I can't wait to meet some of the fans out here and meet other DJs, who have been signed on for the day," he said.
DJ Sol will be joined by DJ Dante Rivera, DJ Jansen, DJ Caraz, DJ Nina Veronica, DJ Tom Studdy, DJ Fud, and DJ Boston Rodriguez on the day.
Mayor Khal Asfour said Canterbury Leisure and Aquatic Centre will be transformed into a full blown party, complete with astroturf around the pool, deck chairs, beach umbrellas, bean bags, café seating, and beach balls.
There will also be carnival of rides, a jumping castle, and a double Slip 'N' Slide.
At Revesby's Max Parker Leisure and Aquatic Centre there will be a giant inflatable obstacle course.
The pool parties will be held from 10am-4pm, and require a $1 entry fee per person.
Birrong and Roselands Leisure and Aquatic Centres, will also have a $1 entry fee, which will be donated to Father Chris Riley's Youth off the Streets.
For more information, visit cb.city/poolparty
Preceding the Australia Day events will be Council's official Australia Day Awards and Citizenship Ceremony, to be held at the Bryan Brown Theatre.