A feast of sausages, bacon and eggs is set to be whipped up for the 22nd annual Great Australian Breakfast.
The bonza breakfast celebrates the City’s twinning relationship with Port Lincoln in Australia and raises money for charity.
The Mayor of Lincoln, Councillor Karen Lee, will be on hand to officially open the celebration and to help dish up a few breakfasts.
As well as a massive fry-up to mark Australia Day, the morning promises to have a host of other attractions including a performance by the City of Lincoln Band, who will start the morning with their rendition of the Australian National Anthem, followed by The Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Concert Band.
Councillor Lee said: This is always one of the highlights of the year as it brings so many people together.
“As well as having a hearty breakfast you know you are helping some excellent causes and celebrate the links we have with our friends Down Under.
“I hope the people of Lincoln continue to support the Great Australian Breakfast just as they have in previous years.”
Admission to the Great Australian Breakfast 2013 cost £4 for adults and £2.50 for children. As usual, Australian passport holders eat for free.