Sir Wayne Broun of Colstoun, Chief of the Name and Arms of Broun, and SAHC Patron, about to lead his clan in the St Andrew's Day celebration march.
St Andrew's Day
March of the Clans
A Scottish Australian Heritage Council initiative
The SAHC holds St Andrew's Day
Kirkin' o' the Tartan commemoration services in Sydney and Canberra
to celebrate St Andrew's Day
on the closest Sunday to 30 November.
See the SAHC calendar for the actual dates of the service.
starting at 9:30am:
St Stephen's Uniting Church, Macquarie Street, Sydney
St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, State Circle, Forrest, Canberra ACT.
As a part of our commemoration in Sydney, the SAHC invites all clans, friends and supporters to assemble after the St Andrew's Day Kirkin' o' the Tartan church service at St Stephen's Uniting Church, Macquarie Street, Sydney (9:30am for 10am), and afterward for the Tartan Ramble to Hyde Park for some Dancing in the Park (bring your own picnic lunch).
After the church service there is a delicious morning tea. Then the clans and friends are led by a piper for the Tartan Ramble down Macquarie Street to Hyde Park.
The Tartan Ramble starts at about 11:30 am from the corner of Martin Place and Macquarie St, Sydney, and makes its way along Macquarie Street to Hyde Park.
Join the Flash Tartan Mob and bring a picnic.
Be entertained by the Highland Dancers and Piper.
If you don't have a kilt, it doesn't matter!
This event is a part of the International St Andrew's Day celebrations for 30 November.
Click here for more about the history of St Andrew (a new webpage will open).