Canning Highway, Perth, Sun 01 March 2020

Forty years since the passing of a Bonnie Scot, namely one Ronald Belford Scott, whose family made Fremantle their adopted home.


Since Bon’s moving to Adelaide and subsequent meeting of some other Scots whose story was molded in the same guitar case, The Young’s, AC/DC’s subsequent fame and fortune has led Fremantle, and Perth, to adopt Bon.

This was played out on this anniversary year by hijacking the inspiration for the story of the “Highway to Hell”, resurrecting the ghosts of car crashes past and not so present. Thus finally allowing the souls who left this world to soon to be put to peace.

Perth Festival commissioned the event, and subsequent road closure to allow Perth to celebrate the iconic Bon’s passing and one, if not, the most successful Australian rock band, AC/DC.

And the World was invited too.

With four stages along the route, sixteen plus acts, world breaking contests and trucks which floated down the Highway this was a day of celebration that succeeded in every aspect.

Ausland181 based itself in the Valley zone, at one of Bon’s hangout’s, outside The Leopold Hotel, to catch the floats and some of the stage acts.

This proven to be a choice spot as the best coffee on the day was found the in the form of the exception service provided by the ll Sorriso Café Plus.

Assorted pics of the Day follow with a linking to a review of The Band that has Bigger Balls than Bon and Brian out together, the One , the Only, Ballbreaker.

Happy Ausland Day Folks

 Click Pic For Ballbreaker Review


Highway To Hell Photo Gallery 

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