WA's national treasure Claude Choules - Australia's oldest man and the world's last surviving WWI veteran - turns 110 tomorrow.
Mr Choules was born in England on March 3, 1901, and served in Britain's Royal Navy in Word War I and the Australian navy in World War II.
His family will hold a private celebration for him at his Gracewood nursing home in Salter Point tomorrow.
His daughter Anne Pow said she was organising a number of cakes for her father's birthday which he would share with his three children, and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.
“He still likes his mango juice and soft caramel-like chocolates,” Mrs Pow said.
Claude Choules is the only combatant veteran from World War I still alive.
Mr Choules' son Adrian said his father cared little for the fuss and publicity that surrounds his remarkable longevity record.