This Australia Day we’re bringing Sydney’s BBQ masters to Bigge Park for a grilled feast from all over the world.

Whether its Tuscan style lamb on a spit, Filipino skewers, Lebanese Kofta, grilled haloumi or the humble snag – we are firing up the barbie and inviting you over!

There will also be an outdoor cinema, entertainment and yard games for the whole family to enjoy.

Catch the classic Blinky Bill under the stars from 8.15pm on the big screen.

An adventurous young koala embarks on a journey across the wild and dangerous Australian Outback in the hope of finding his missing father, but he soon discovers that there is more to being a hero than meets the eye. Featuring superstar voices of Toni Colette, Barry Humphries, and Deborah Mailman.

SmokeKing Steve

Assyrian BBQ


Dr Malaysian Delight

Satay skewers, Nasi Lemak


BBQ at Sams

Lebanese grill, BBQ corn


Lemon Bar Sydney

Handsqueezed lemonade

H, V, GF

Senior Toro

Birria Tacos

V, H

BBQ Time

Filipino style skewers, combo packs and momos V, GF

V - Vegetarian, H - Halal, GF - Gluten Free



Alicia Varas

Growing up in South West Sydney to a family of Italian and Chilean heritage, Alicia Varas had been passionate about music and performance since her childhood. She was always learning an instrument, singing, acting and getting on stage at every opportunity.

Insta: @aliciavarasmusic


Scott Day

Acoustic guitarist & vocalist Scott Day will rip through the best Aussie rock classics to bring those summer BBQ vibes.

Insta: @scottdaysolo


Ria Brcic

Ria an eclectic new artist with an expert ear that’s able to fuse country, folk and bluegrass genres. Having drawn influences from a range of different artists such as The Lumineers, Norah Jones, Leonard Cohen, First Aid Kit, Linda Ronstadt, and Gabrielle Aplin, she has truly shaped her music into something that is uniquely hers

Insta @riabrcic


Noora H

Australian Idol Top-8 contestant, 28 year old Noora from south-west Sydney is a powerhouse voice with her passion for music in her younger years growing into a the dream of being able to inspire others through music.

IG: @noorahsinging





Is this an 18+ event?
This is an all ages event.

Is the event ticketed and cost money?
The event is free to attend and no ticket is required.

Is there ATM’s onsite?

No ATMs will be at the event site.

Is there parking? / How do I get there?
Car Park - Limited Street Parking & Liverpool Railway Station Commuter Car Park – Free. – Entry via Bigge Street

Parking Station - Warren Serviceway Carpark – Entry via Dewsbury Serviceway off Bigge Street or George Street. Paid parking: casual parking 1hr - $3, 2hrs - $5, 3hrs - $7, 4 hrs - $10, 5 hrs - $13, all day $16. No weekend or after hour rates available.

Bus Routes - Transdev Bus Routes – 901, 903, M90, 902 & 904

Closest Train Station - Liverpool Train Station – then walk to Bigge Park

Is there disabled access / parking at this event?  
Accessible parking is available onsite please follow the traffic controllers and show your accessibility sticker upon arrival.

Email to discuss your requirements with one of the event staff.

Will I be searched upon entry?
For safety reasons, Council staff, event crew and security reserve the right to check your bags upon entry. Please check our ‘prohibited items’ list below to ensure you are aware of what not to bring to the event.

Can we bring our own food?
You sure can, but why would you? There will be plenty of tasty and affordable food options on the evening. Food items will be priced to be family friendly.

Are there vegan / vegetarian / gluten free options?
There will be plenty of food options that cater for every dietary requirement.

Can we bring our own alcohol?
This is an alcoholic free event any alcohol brought onto site will be confiscated and authorities can be notified.

Can I smoke at the event?
No smoking will be permitted at the event.

Can I bring in Eskies / BBQs / Shade Structures?
For safety reasons, you are unable to bring your own esky / barbeque or shade structure. There will be plenty of seating available. We encourage attendees to bring their own picnic blankets & pillows.

What items are prohibited?  

  • Items prohibited at Bigge BBQ include:
  • Alcohol and illicit substances of any kind;
  • Glass bottles, glassware or breakable containers;
  • Eskies, barbeques or shade structures;
  • Weapons of any kind, including any item that can be used as a projectile;
  • Knives or Scissors;
  • Fireworks, sparklers or flares;
  • Laser pointers;
  • Drones or any other remote-controlled device;
  • Bicycles, Scooters, Skateboards or skates;
  • Animals (excluding service animals);
  • Cameras and recording devices for commercial use (unless approved by Council); and
  • Other items deemed by security, police or event coordinators as having potential to cause injury or public nuisance.

Can I take photos / film at the event? 
Photos can be taken for personal use. We encourage attendees to submit a photo at the event to Council’s Instagram using the hashtag #LoveLivo.

Professional photography (including the use of tripods for safety reasons) will not be permitted on the night without prior consent from Liverpool City Council’s Communications team.

Will stallholders accept cash? 
All stallholders will have EFTPOS facilities.

What happens if it rains?
The show must go on! If weather conditions become extreme and pose risk to attendees, performers and crew, the event may be cancelled. Notification will be provided via Council’s social media channels.

Who can I contact if I have any further questions?
You can drop a line to the Events team at