While clouds have started gathering, Northern Tasmania has largely enjoyed clear conditions for Australia Day 2021 allowing locals to head to beaches and ceremonies throughout the morning and afternoon.
Here's how the region has celebrated January 26:
Making a splash at Bridport
The sixth annual Bridport Splash involved a range of classic surf and beach activities.
Check out all the colour and action here.
Avoca hosts council's celebration
It was an emotional affair at Avoca as residents of the Northern Midlands were honoured for their contribution to the community.
Citizen of the year David Gatenby said he was humbled to be rewarded for his service.
He said he was just one of several volunteers that contribute daily to community life throughout the municipality.
Mr Gatenby's family travelled from across Australia to be with him to celebrate the special day.
West Tamar celebrates community spirit
Catherine Connell's work in organising a bushfire relief appeal earned her the West Tamar Citizen of the Year award.
She was congratulated at a service at Riverside, along with a range of other local community achievers.
Read about the service and the good work that's occurred in West Tamar in the past 12 months here.
Break O'Day's best given worthy recognition
Break O'Day had joint winners for the municipality's Citizen of the Year awards at Portland Hall.
Check out how the region celebrated here.
Tassie award winners cover a range of experiences
Australia Day was an opportunity to celebrate those who give to the community without expecting anything in return.
Read about the Northern Tasmania award winners here.
Dr Bruce Englefield was recognised for his long-term conservation work, including for Tasmanian devils. Read about his work here.
Bernadette Black was awarded the Order of Australia for her charitible work with the Brave Foundation, support teenage parents. Read her story here.
Rosemary and Terry Bennett received OAMs for their contribution to Tasmania's wine industry. Read more here.