The region’s frontline healthcare workers will be given free access to next Tuesday’s Australia Day celebrations in Canberra.

Organisers of the event wanting to give back to those who’ve worked tirelessly to protect the community during last summer’s bushfire crisis and now the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

As a thanks for their hard work, organisers are inviting them to attend the star-studded Australia Day concert at Stage 88 for free.

The concert features Australian music royalty including Daryl Braithwaite, Lee Kernaghan and James Reyne among other acts.

To redeem the free tickets frontline workers will need to head online to the Stage 88 website to reserve their tickets using the code ‘FRONTLINE’.

They’ll then need to bring along their work ID to the event to present at the entry gates.

Those eligible for the free access tickets include Doctors, Nurses, ACT Health workers, Southern NSW Local Health District workers, ACT Emergency Services Agency workers and those who work for Ambulance organisations.