WA Day Festival

Events 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.



Monday, 6 June. 10am-2pm.

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?



Monday, 6 June 10am-3pm

Fashion Parade

Cultural Dancers

Open Mic (General Public)

Wesley Mongoo

Food trucks representing our multicultural cuisine



Monday. 6 June. 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




Monday, 6 June 2022. 10am-2pm

Live entertainment

Scout’s ropes course and hover archery

WA wildlife displays


Face painting and kids craft activities

Museum trails

GRAMS photo exhibition

Food vans



Monday, 6 June 2022. 10am-2pm

Angie the Fairy

Lions Club Bouncy Castles

Reclaim the Void Rug Making workshop

Prospecting demonstration with Old Boy Cultural Outback Gold Tours

Old Macdonald Farm

Aboriginal carving and weaving demonstration

Climbing wall and bungee trampolines


Sustainable art with Kalgoorlie-Boulder Urban Landcare Group

Multicultural Dancers

Black & C.U.T.E braiding workshop

Live Music

Aboriginal Art Workshop

Food Trucks, sausage sizzle and pancake stand



Friday,  3 June 2022. 5.30pm – 9.30pm

Join in the family fun with games and activities

Delicious food and drinks

Community Markets

Live Music



Port Hedland

Saturday, 11 June 2022


Kevin Scott Oval, South Hedland

Don’t miss WA’s biggest ever Drone Light Show! Watch 500 drones take the skies showcasing iconic WA images, all set to an epic WA soundtrack.

There will be heaps of free family fun for the kids.

  • WA Day Giveaways
  • Local Activations + More

Live entertainment from from DJ Reuben and Acoustic Musician = Matt Sofoulis.

Delicious cuisines from the lineup of Food Trucks and stalls.

Major Supporters

Sign Up for the Latest News & Announcements

Fill in your details below to receive updates