LAUNCESTON'S Uma Paech does not know what to do to celebrate her first Australia Day - otherwise known as 'Strayla Day.
The eight-month-old is right to be bewildered by the choice out there as Northern Tasmania has a number of attractive options on offer.
Launceston's Royal Park will be turned on Australia Day Eve, with a free community event from 6pm with sideshow rides and a fireworks display.
Bridport could also be the place to be if tastes lean towards mud wrestling, jelly guzzling and beach races.
Poatina village will be opened up to fun and frivolity through its annual Australia Day festival, with a program full of free family activities, music and street theatre.
There is also guaranteed entertainment in every town and suburb, at house parties blasting Triple J's Hottest 100 countdown or in pub beer gardens.
But Uma may find it most comfortable enjoying a little Aussie sunshine and the smell of a barbecue with mum and dad.