WA Day Festival

Fremantle Monday 3 June

Monday 3 June, 11am – 5pm


WA Day unites all people young and old, from all ethnicities and cultures, who have made Western Australia such an incredible and unique place to live. It’s a day where we acknowledge the histories, diverse cultures and contributions made by all people who proudly call Western Australia home. Our WA Day Festivals are back, packed with awesome family entertainment and delicious local food, so come celebrate everything that makes our State so great at FREMANTLE FISHING BOAT HARBOUR. 

What’s coming?

  • 11am – 5pm; 
  • FREE entry; 
  • Indigenous fashion parade; 
  • FREE Music Entertainment: Candela Latin American Band, Perth Samba & Belezza Samba; Magnifico Mriachi Quartet, Mr Accordian Man and merengue dancing; 
  • Craft activity – Noongar Six Seasons cushion art; 
  • Childrens African Drum Circle Workshops; 
  • FREE children’s train rides;
  • Surrounding local food venues will be open including Cicerello’s, Bathers Beach House, Kailis Fishmarket Cafe, Little Creatures and more. 

Location: Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour, Mews Park, Bathers Beach, and WA Shipwrecks Museum


Major Supporters

Celebrate WA wish to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land we meet on for all WA Day festivities. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this State. Paying our respects to Elders past, present, and emerging.

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