WA Day Festival

Events across the state

 

CELEBRATIONS ACROSS THE STATE.

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. No matter where you choose to celebrate the long weekend there’s a festival near you.

Albany – Carnarvon –Fremantle – Geraldton – Kalgoorlie – Newman – Port Hedland

 

Port Hedland Drone Light Show

Saturday 11 June 

4pm-8pm

Maria Marland , South Hedland

Don’t miss the huge Drone Light Show showcasing iconic WA images across the sky

Food Trucks

Live entertainment

Family fun

 

Albany  

Monday 6 June

10am-2pm

Museum of the Great Southern

Museum Exhibitions: Cleverman, Peregrinations of a Citizen Botanist and Brig Amity.

Live on stage: choirs, schools, solo and dance.

Community Group Stalls: Guides, Bush Fire Brigades, animal welfare, conservation, and community gardens.

Cultural activities: Aboriginal and multicultural.

Children’s Activities – arts, crafts, trails, face painting and story time.

Outdoor Games: including a blow up obstacle course.

Delicious Food Stalls: sausage sizzle, food vans, ice-cream and coffee.

Prizes and Giveaways: Thong throwing competition, What WA means to you?

 

Carnarvon

Monday 6 June

10am-2pm

Gwoonwardu Mia

Fashion Parade

Cultural Dancers

Open Mic (General Public)

Wesley Mongoo

Food trucks representing our multicultural cuisine

 

FREMANTLE

Monday 6 June 2022

11am-6pm

Mews Park, Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour, Bathers Beach & WA Shipwrecks Gallery

Multicultural performers

Live entertainment for the kids with Bluey and Bingo

Noongar Six Seasons cushion art for children

Wadumbah Dance Group

Lion Dance and Ancient Drumming

Yaolin Kung Fu Academy

 

Geraldton

Monday 6 June

10am-2pm

Museum of Geraldton

Live entertainment

Scout’s ropes course and hover archery

Greenough Wildlife Park

Fishability

Face painting and kids craft activities

Museum trails

GRAMS photo exhibition

Food vans

 

Kalgoorlie

Monday 6 June

10am-2pm

Museum of the Goldfields

Two massive obstacle courses: 60m Ultimate Monster Challenge and Spider Mountain – inflatable climbing wall, spider tower, 2 static bungee trampolines and slide.

Mini bouncy castles for children ager 3 and under

Lions Club Face painting

Angie the Fairy

Cuddly Farm

Gold Panning by Hannans North Tourist Mine Collaborative Art Projects

Sustainable Art by Kalgoorlie-Boulder Urban Landcare Group

Goldfields Land and Sea Ranger – boomerang painting

Aboriginal Storytime

Aboriginal Painting Weaving workshop

Music entertainment provided by Marcus McGuire

 

Newman

Friday 3 June

5.30pm – 9.30pm

Fortescue Golf Club Newman

Join in the family fun with games and activities

Delicious food and drinks

Community Markets

Live Music

 

 

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