Family Friendly Events for July 2019

We have a great month of family events coming up for July. Winter is well and truly here. Time to cozy up inside or pull out the winter woolies for some outdoor fun.  If you’re looking for family-friendly events and activities for the month of July, then Buggybuddys has you covered! This month features NAIDOC celebrations and school holiday fun. Check out our full list of exciting events around Perth including live performances, winter events, festivals and more for the whole family.


My Robot

Monday, 1 July to Sunday, 14 July
Barking Gecko Theatre, 178 William Street, Perth


“This is children’s theatre at its best” – Seesaw Magazine

My Robot
by Finegan Kruckemeyer

A show about making new friends – literally!

When Ophelia moves with her family to the seaside, she’s not impressed. She doesn’t like the beach, misses her old home and thinks the people in this town are pretty strange. While unpacking her room she discovers a mysterious box full of gadgets, parts and pieces, and a strange note that reads ‘You. Make. Me.’

Her curiosity gets the better of her and she spends all night assembling the objects into Olivetti, a robot with a typewriter chest and an alarm clock heart. Made up of pieces, but more than the sum of her parts.

My Robot takes audiences of all ages on a rambunctious adventure filled with robot antics, laughter, daring rescues and bewildered parents, all told with the care and artistry synonymous with Barking Gecko’s award-winning shows.

For ages 4+
1 – 5 July (Schools Season)
6 – 14 July (General Public Season)

Playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer
Director & Dramaturg Matt Edgerton
Designer Isla Shaw
Lighting Designer Chris Donnelly
Composer & Sound Designer James Luscombe
Robot Designer Steve Berrick

Marlanie Haerewa
St John Cowcher
Sarah Nelson

Cosy at the Quay

Monday, 1 July to Sunday, 28 July
Elizabeth Quay, The Esplanade, Perth


We have everything you need to warm up and escape the cold weather this winter.

No need to hibernate when you can explore arts and crafts markets, grab a tasty treat or bite to eat, have a cheeky beverage, take advantage of a free giveaway or two, catch some live music or just enjoy the beautiful views in our heated undercover alfresco areas.

You’ll even be able to stay a while and get cosy with us on our iconic bridge taking in the city from a different angle.

❄️ Art and Craft Markets – Fridays 4pm to 11pm, Saturdays 12pm to 9pm
❄️ Food Markets – Fridays 4pm to 11pm, Saturdays 12pm to 9pm
❄️ Live Music – Fridays 4pm to 11pm, Saturdays 12pm to 9pm
❄️ City of Perth Winterfest Umbrella Redemption – Daily 11am to 1pm

⛸️ Or pop past Skating At Elizabeth Quay for everyone’s favourite winter activity – Monday to Wednesday 10am to 9pm, Thursday to Sunday 10am to 10pm. Tickets required for skating.

Free Giant Games

Monday, 1 July to Wednesday, 31 July, 8am to 6pm
Plaza Arcade, 650 Hay Street, Perth

Chill out in Plaza Arcade with FREE giant games. Store 25 has been decked out with beanbags, crates and a relaxed vibe for the community to enjoy. From May 31st until July 31st the community space will have giant games for visitors to enjoy for free. These games include; giant jenga, giant connect 4 and checkers!

We hope to see you there!

Free Giant Games!

NAIDOC Week Celebration – Meerilinga Beechboro

Tuesday, 2 July, 11am to 1pm
Meerilinga Family & Children Centre, 106 Amazon Drive, Beechboro

Come and enjoy:
Traditional dance performed by students from Kiara College Girls Academy and West Beechboro Primary School
Tucker and refreshments
Other fun activities with your friends & family

When: Tuesday 2 July, 11am – 1pm
Where: Meerilinga Beechboro, 106 Amazon Drive

RSVP: Mihi at Meerilinga on 9377 7922 or email [email protected] or [email protected]

Chess Knights @ Lakelands

Tuesday, 2 July, 4pm to 6pm
City of Mandurah, Lakelands Library & Community Centre, 49 Banksiadale Gate, Lakelands

Love playing chess or always wanted to learn?

Unleash your problem solving skills and challenge yourself at Chess Knights!

The Chess Knights meet every Tuesday, 4pm at Lakelands Library.

All ages welcome.

It’s All About Stories at Clarkson Library

Tuesday, 2 July to Thursday, 4 July, 10.30am to 11.15am
Clarkson Library, Corner Ebb Way & Ocean Keys Boulevard, Clarkson

Libraries will share engaging Aboriginal stories and showcase Noongar rhymes and language to celebrate NAIDOC week.

Everyone will get the chance to participate in a fun activity and will make something to take home.

Free, no booking required. Suitable for preschool aged children and their parents.

Winter Lights at Brookfield Place

Wednesday, 3 July to Saturday, 13 July, 6pm to 11pm
Brookfield Place Perth, 125 St Georges Terrace, Perth

Roll up, Roll up! It’s time to call your friends, gather the kids and make your plans for this year’s Winter Lights at Brookfield Place.
Returning for another vibrant season, Winter Lights at Brookfield Place will transform the precinct with a brand-new showcase of light installations, projections and entertainment to brighten the winter gloom in the CBD.

This year, the program is bigger and brighter, featuring world-famous installations and thought-provoking sculptures from local and international visual artists, many never seen before in WA.
Festival highlights include show stopping circus projections by Electric Canvas, interactive blossoming flowers ‘Florescentia’ a collaboration between Zara Pasfield and Renzo B. Larriviere, a selection of Angus Muir’s artworks including the immersive world of UV Spaghetti, Mountain of Light and so much more.

In addition to the projections and installations Brookfield Place will be home to numerous roving performances including; ‘Aerial Performances’ and ‘Rise’ by Fliptease, ‘Ice Imps’ and ‘Roller Skater Glitz’ by Beth Sheldon.

Brookfield Place’s award-winning restaurants and bars will also put on a show, with special extended festival trading hours, kid-friendly menus and food trucks.

Winter Lights Festival is presented by Brookfield Properties and ArtsBrookfield with thanks to our Presenting Partner the City of Perth and Supporting Partners, Curtin University, Brew Hub and Dimeo. Winter Lights at Brookfield Place will run every night 3-13 July, from 6-11PM.

Visit for more information.


3rd Annual Independence Day Banquet

Thursday, 4 July, 6pm to 11pm
The Golden Nugget Room, 3 Nelson Crescent, Perth

We invite you to join us for festivities to celebrate the uniquely American tradition of Independence Day! ALL ARE WELCOME!!

The event will raise funds that will benefit Veterans, their families, charitable works of the VFW Post 12163 of Western Australia, and event beneficiary Scouts of Western Australia. Please contact us at [email protected] with any questions regarding the event. Hosted by your local VFW

This event is sponsored by friends of the VFW contributing services, products for the Silent Auction or monetary donations.

**NOTE: Fireworks are pending weather and sponsorship of the event.

Harvey NAIDOC Week Celebration 2019

Thursday, 4 July to Tuesday, 9 July, 10am to 4pm
Harvey Town Hall, Young Street, Harvey

Six day event showcasing Indigenous culture and history past and present. Hosted by local Indigenous community members and Harvey Community Radio 96.5fm.

Rockingham NAIDOC Celebration Event

Thursday, 4 July, 10.30am to 1.30pm
City of Rockingham, Gary Holland Community Centre, Kent Street, Rockingham

Everyone is welcome to come along and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culture and community. There will be cultural performances, fun activities and food available.

​For more information, contact the City on 9528 0333 or email [email protected].

It’s All About Stories at Wanneroo Library

Thursday, 4 July, 10.30am to 11.15am
Wanneroo Library, Wanneroo Library & Cultural Centre, 3 Rocca Way, Wanneroo

Libraries will share engaging Aboriginal stories and showcase Noongar rhymes and language to celebrate NAIDOC week.

Everyone will get the chance to participate in a fun activity and will make something to take home.

Free, no booking required. Suited to preschool aged children and their parents.

22nd Annual Whalebone Longboard Classic

Friday, 5 July to Sunday, 7 July, 8am to 5pm
Cottesloe Beach, Marine Parade, Cottesloe


The 22nd annual Whalebone Classic is set to return to Isolators’ Reef in Cottesloe from the 5th to the 7th of July 2019 with some of the countries best longboarder’s set to compete in an array of different age divisions and board disciplines.

The Whalebone Classic has been blessed with waves year after year and has become an iconic part of the Cottesloe community, attracting an increasing number of spectators every year.

The event has an emphasis on fun and camaraderie vibrates through the longboarding and greater Cottesloe community, attracting a stellar line-up of surfers from around the world.

World Surf League LQS entries are now open.
Sign up here via the link below:

*If you’re experiencing any difficulties with the WSL Member Pro page you can always call the WSL Australiasia offices on 07 5599 1550 to enter the WSL LQS manually.

The A*Mazing Lego Hunt

Saturday, 6 July to Sunday, 21 July, 10am to 5pm
The Maze, home of Outback Splash, 1635 Neaves Road, Bullsbrook

The A*Mazing Lego Hunt!

Visit The Maze these school holidays and you could win a share in $1500 worth of Lego.

Hidden throughout our 6 mazes are 3 golden bricks! Each brick is your ticket to $500 worth of awesome Lego!

Plus, there are heaps of other hidden Lego bricks that you can redeem for prizes!

Discounted Winter Tickets On Sale Now
*Lego pieces cannot be exchanged for cash

Kids’ Winter Storytelling

Saturday, 6 July to Sunday, 21 July, 11am to 3pm
Yagan Square, Corner Wellington Street and William Street, Perth

Bring the kids down for a 30 minute storytelling session every day through the school holidays. Come and grab a winter warmer food special from our Market Hall and settle in for a traditional tale or two with the Wind Wanderer and Freedom Fairies.

Sessions commence at:

Winter Fest Theatre

Saturday, 6 July to Sunday, 21 July, 10am to 4pm
Forrest Place, Perth

**Tickets to this FREE event will be available from 12 noon on Wednesday 19 June.**

The City’s Winter Fest Theatre will be back in Forrest Place to warm you up this Winter School holidays with a variety of shows featuring plate spinning, acrobatics, comedians, explosions, rope experts, musical storytelling, magicians and amazing circus talent.

This is a free event but tickets must be obtained via Oztix in advance for admittance. Pre-registration to the ticketing provider is advised.

Winter Fest Theatre is available from Saturday 6 July – Sunday 21 July 2019.


Session 1 – Hey Presto – Doors Open 10am, Show starts 10.30am

Session 2 – Beeswax & Bottlecaps present Who Nose? – Doors Open 11.30am, Show starts 12pm

Session 3 – The Leaping Lillies (6 – 7 & 12 July) & Libby Hammer presents The Adventures of Charlie, Dizzy and Stella (8 – 11 July) – Doors Open 1pm, Show starts 1.30pm

Session 4 – Beeswax & Bottlecaps presents The Great Gagliardis – Circus Show Extraordinaire! – Doors Open 2.30pm, Show starts 3pm


Session 1 – Magnus’ Explosion Lab – Doors Open 10am, Show starts 10.30am

Session 2 – The Chipolatas – Doors Open 11.30am, Show starts 12pm

Session 3 – The Leaping Lillies (13 – 14 & 19 – 21 July) & Libby Hammer presents The Adventures of Charlie, Dizzy and Stella (15 – 18) – Doors Open 1pm, Show starts 1.30pm

Session 4 – The Chipolatas – Doors Open 2.30pm, Show starts 3pm

More info:

Wonders of the Wanneroo Museum

Saturday, 6 July to Saturday, 20 July, 10am to 4pm
Wanneroo Library, Wanneroo Library & Cultural Centre, 3 Rocca Way, Wanneroo

Explore the Wanneroo Regional Museum!

Visit the Wanneroo Regional Museum these July school holidays where you will learn what a museum curator does, handle some real artefacts from the collection and design your own mini exhibition!

Participate in another exciting museum scavenger hunt and make a craft project to take home.

Visiting hours

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 10:00am – 4:00pm
  • Thursday 10:00am – 5:00pm
  • Saturday 12:00pm – 4:00pm
  • Sunday closed (from 14 July 2019 the museum will open from 11:00am to 3:00pm)

Free to visit, no booking required.

The Secret Life of Pets 2 Petting Zoo

Saturday, 6 July to Friday, 12 July, 10am to 2pm
Yagan Square, Corner Wellington Street and William Street, Perth

Just like Max and Duke in the film, bring the family along to meet all the friendly farm animals in the Secret Life of Pets 2 Petting Zoo each day from 10am to 2pm during the first week of the school holidays.

Enter your details in the competition box for a chance to win tickets to a screening of the Secret Life of Pets 2 at Palace Cinemas Raine Square.

Presented by Universal Pictures Australia and Palace Cinemas Raine Square.

Kaya Wandjoo Festival

Saturday, 6 July, 11am to 4pm
North Perth Town Hall, 26 View Street, North Perth

Help us celebrate Noongar Radio’s 10th birthday, NAIDOC Week and the City’s launch of our next Reconciliation Action Plan – the Innovate RAP.

Join us at 11am for a Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony followed by an afternoon of Noongar Culture, music, history, art and food – all broadcasted live on Noongar Radio.

Special guests include: Phil Walley-Stack, Phil Bartlett Band, James Scott, Pipeline, Natasha Eldridge, Fluent MC, Reno James, Fred Penny, Family Shoveller Band and local Aboriginal owned organisations and businesses.

The festival will also feature: face painting, a community art canvas, youth zone, youth art exhibition, Noongar poetry and lullabies with CANWA, Kangaroo stew by Kuditj Cafe, demonstration of Mia Mia construction, designated area for Elders and special guests and

Noongar Storytime with Bec Garlett.

This free event is presented in partnership with 100.9fm Noongar Radio.

Parking is limited, so please car pool or use public transport.

Lego Buddies

Saturday, 6 July, 10am to 11am
Armadale Library, Shop 64 / 10 Orchard Avenue, Armadale

Enjoy some quality time together!

Come along with your favourite Lego buddy and enjoy building some Lego creations.

All are welcome to these open play sessions.

Bookings are not required.

Please note: Parents or carers must stay in the library during these sessions.

Junior Worry Hunt – In Training (Ages 5-11)

Saturday, 6 July, 9.30am & 1.30pm
The Art Space Collective, 80A Scarborough Beach Road, Scarborough

Leanne Newland (Clinical child psychologist) presents a beautiful take on Art Therapy:
All children hold inner resources and strengths that can help them weather the journey of growing up. Accessing our imagination and creativity through art can be healing for all children.

In this group children in an environment of kindness and support access their imaginations and creativity to create their own unique memory lantern, heart map, worry muncher and pebble pet. They leave with their own worry hunter kit that provides them with a sense of their own agency. This session does not require any special artistic ability.

This workshop is hosted by The Art Space Collective – Scarborough’s first innovative and inspired community arts hub! The Art Space Collective run workshops for adults and kids and provide a space for people to creatively connect, showcase and inspire. For all enquiries please email [email protected]

PCAF Festival Day 2019

Saturday, 6 July, 10am to 4pm
Edith Cowan University, Mount Lawley Campus, 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley

The Perth Comic Arts Festival is back again for 2019!

Come and join us for the PCAF Festival Day on the 6th July at the ECU campus in Mount Lawley!

✧ Discover amazing comics and zines created by local and interstate talent at our MARKET HALL ✧
✧ Explore your own creativity in one of our wonderful all-ages COMIC MAKING WORKSHOPS✧
✧ Listen to our ARTIST TALKS for an insight into their passion ✧
✧ Experience two EXHIBITIONS that highlight the incredible variety of what comics can be! ✧

And the best thing about PCAF? Everything at the event is FREE to attend!

We have an onsite cafe to meet your caffeine and sustenance needs.
PCAF is a wheelchair accessible event.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page to stay up to date on PCAF as we announce more details!

Photographs & film footage will be taken at this event for use in ECU promotional material, the ECU website & social media. Please notify event staff if you do not wish your image to be included.



The Greatest Showman: Free Movie Event presented by Canning Show

Saturday, 6 July, 5pm to 8.30pm
Cannington Exhibition Centre & Showground, corner Albany Highway & Station Street, Cannington

We’re excited to announce the 2019 Canning Show will be happening Friday 1 and Saturday 2 November, 110 years on from the very first Show. A new logo is just the beginning of the changes we can’t wait to reveal soon. To celebrate this, and to continue providing back to the community, we’re holding a FREE MOVIE EVENT on Saturday 6 July.

Everyone’s welcome as we present a FREE screening of the award-winning, family-friendly The Greatest Showman, one of the most successful musicals of all time!

With the movie screening at 6.30pm, come down early to take advantage of free popcorn from Mad Cow Entertainment WA or savor the delicioso delights from The Spanish Casa food truck from 5pm. Or get your photo taken with the adorable miniature pony Teddy from Ponies for any Occasion for free. Feeling like a daredevil? Enjoy a free workshop from last year’s Canning Show hits, ZAP CIRCUS, at 5.45pm. Plus there will be Canning Show exhibits demonstrations, community organisations to discover, and more.

That’s all before Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams, Zac Efron and a stage full of other stars light up our warmed-up Exhibition Hall and silver screen in the feel-good, singalong modern classic, The Greatest Showman. And ALL FOR FREE, though registering to reserve your seat ASAP is highly advised as numbers are limited!


WHAT: The Greatest Showman: Free Movie Event presented by Canning Show.

WHEN: Saturday 6 July. Doors open 5pm for entertainment & food, with screening happening 6.30pm.

WHERE: Exhibition Hall at Cannington Exhibition Centre, with free parking on the Showgrounds. Entry via Gate 1 on Station Street.
FREE ENTRY W/ TIX: Entry is free, but seating and space is limited, so ensure your place by registering for FREE from Eventbrite (no fees, link via Facebook).

BRING: There will be a limited amount of seating, beanbags and rugs provided for first arriving ticket holders, but please bring some items to increase your comfort in case you miss out!

FOOD & DRINK: Free popcorn from Mad Cow Entertainment. Food truck The Spanish Casa from 5pm.

FILM SYNOPSIS: Inspired by the imagination of P.T. Barnum, The Greatest Showman is one of the highest grossing original musicals ever made. It’s, fittingly, an award-winning celebration of the birth of show business and tells of a visionary who rose from nothing to create a spectacle that became a worldwide sensation. Hugh Jackman leads an all-star cast in this bold and original musical filled with infectious show-stopping performances.

Japanese Gardens & Ichimatsu Dolls – Repeat Presentation

Saturday, 6 July, 1pm to 2.30pm
State Library of Western Australia, 25 Francis Street, Perth

During his travels to Japan, Gabor Bedo has photographed a number of spectacular historic gardens. Once exclusive to the nobility, they are now open to the public. Many gardens incorporate temples, shrines, bath houses and statues. Gabor will discuss indigenous and imported influences upon the design of gardens and their significance in Japanese culture. Dr Jasmine Day, a doll collector and anthropologist, will outline the history and types of Japanese dolls with a focus upon child dolls called Ichimatsu. The latter have served as international diplomats, featuring in the “Friendship Dolls” exchange between the United States and Japan. Jasmine will display her dolls for you to photograph.
Join us for fascinating tales and a visual feast as we sample the rich culture of Japan.

1pm – 2.30pm Saturday 6th July, State Library of Western Australia
$5.00 FWAM members; $10.00 non members – please pay in cash on the day. RSVP: 5pm Thursday 4th July 2019. SMS 0424 847 030 / <[email protected]>

Dardanup Heritage Park Day Tour

Sunday, 7 July, 7am to 5pm
Casey Australia Tours, 16 Murphy Street, O’Connor

Travel back in time at the Dardanup Heritage Park with one of Australia’s finest collections of heritage items dedicated to our pioneers and the equipment they used to develop our state over the past 120 years.

The huge collection of magnificently restored and fully operational equipment includes trucks, steam engines, military equipment, mill huts and sheds full of everyday memorabilia.

The extensive historical collection will leave you spell bound by its sheer size. Including Morning Tea and Entry.

Seniors: $105
Adults: $109
School Age Children: $80

Elmar’s Family Reveal Party

Sunday, 7 July, 11.30am to 4pm
Elmar’s in the Valley, 8731 West Swan Road, Henley Brook

To celebrate our re-opening & our fresh new look we are hosting a FREE Family Reveal Party 7th July 2019.

We can’t wait to show you our restaurant – it’s bright, fresh & very Elmar’s with a modern twist.

We have plenty of entertainment providing FUN for the whole family!

• The Hygge Animal Farm 11.30am – 1.00pm
• Face Painting 12.30pm – 3pm
• Bouncy Castle 11.30am – 3pm
• Elmar’s Outdoor Games*
• Live Music by Ben Merito 11.30am – 4pm
• $9.90 Kids meals (valid only 7th July)
• $2 Hot Chocolates

*Weather permitting

As the weather is unpredictable at this time of year, we encourage you to book a table undercover to ensure your family can enjoy the day no matter the weather.

For bookings 9296 6356 or [email protected]

We look forward to bringing more FREE good ol’ fashion family fun to Elmar’s in The Valley!

Castledare Miniature Railway 1st Sunday Run

Sunday, 7 July, 11am to 2.30pm
Castledare Miniature Railway, Castledare Place, Wilson

Its our 1st Sunday public run day from Niana Station Castledare Place, so why not get the family out of the house and have a relaxing day on the banks of the Canning River.
We have BBQ’s for use in our Picnic area and also a canteen available for light refreshments.

Train Ride Prices:
Adult rides $6.00 (children under 2 travel free with an adult)
Children rides $3.00
Multirider $24.00


***No Bare Feet***

NAIDOC Week 2019 Opening Event

Sunday, 7 July, 10am to 12pm
Fremantle PCYC, 2/34 Paget Street, Fremantle

Join us for a celebration of Aboriginal people, culture and community at our NAIDOC Week 2019 Opening Event!

Welcome to Country
Aboriginal Dancing
Choir Music
Community Canvas
Face Painting
Bush Tucker Tastings
Damper Making
Photo Exhibition
Recreational Activities
Pop-Up Library
Community Stalls
and much more!

Free event. Everyone welcome.

City of Wanneroo – Two Rocks Winter Planting Event

Sunday, 7 July, 9am to 11am
Forrest Grove, Two Rocks

Join the City of Wanneroo and your neighbours in planting for a greener future.

The City of Wanneroo’s annual winter Community Planting Events kick off in June, with local residents invited to come along and help rejuvenate bushland, foreshores and dunes across the City.

Please bring gloves, a trowel, water bottle and wear sturdy enclosed shoes.

Morning tea will be provided.

For more information or to register please contact the City’s Conservation Team on 9405 5000 or email: [email protected].

Mermaid and Pirate Adventures at AQWA

Shhh… have you heard the secret? Some magical and mischievous friends stowed away on the Duyfken ship and are waiting to play at AQWA!

Meet the Mermaid Queen and her friends the Ocean Fairies from July 8-12 at AQWA’s indoor immersive mermaid play-zone; featuring music and light projections, storytelling, photo opportunities and face painting. The Mermaid Queen is staying dry (no swimming) with help from her Ocean Fairy friends to do mermaid-scale face painting for all her little fans!

Then from July 15-19 cheeky Captain Boots is taking over to take everyone on a pirate adventure! Kids can enjoy an interactive treasure hunt and other pirate activities from 11am-2pm and EVERYONE can join our pirate crew and board the Duyfken for a FREE tour! Duyfken ship tours will run from 10.30am and will include above and below deck guided access so you can discover REAL 17th Century treasures and artefacts.

Dressing up is strongly encouraged during AQWA’s Mermaids and Pirates Adventure! AQWA Annual members enter free for all our special school holiday activities. More information and tickets at



Monday, 8 July to Saturday, 20 July, 9am to 5pm
Victoria Park Library, 27 Sussex Street, East Victoria Park


Open throughout the July school holidays
For kids aged four-12 years

Take the challenge! Our quiz is about all things LEGO related. Answer all the questions and win a small prize.

No need to book.

The Little Hoo Haa! Big Laughs for Little People

Monday, 8 July to Friday, 19 July, 2pm to 3pm
Dolphin Theatre – UWA, 35 Stirling Highway, Nedlands


The Little HOO-HAA! is big laughs for little people! Improvised comedy at its finest and funniest – a show of pure delight and unabashed enjoyment!

If you are looking for a fun family event THESE SCHOOL HOLIDAYS then this is it. Mum and Dad will have just as much fun as the young ones. 8 – 12 & 15 – 19 July, 2pm daily

Last year’s audience said….

“The best show I took the kids to see over the holidays”
“Our grandchildren loved it!”
“My 5 and 10yo loved it. And I did too!’

The Big HOO HAA Lazy Susan’s Comedy Den Dolphin Theatre – UWA



City of Stirling – Katena – Architects of Air

Monday, 8 July to Sunday, 14 July
Carine Regional Open Space, Okely Road, Carine

The City of Stirling is proud to bring KATENA – Architects of Air back to Western Australia for the first time in 10 years!

From the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain to the Opera House in Sydney, Australia, the monumental and interactive walk-in sculpture KATENA – Architects of Air has astounded audiences across the globe.

As a temporary immersive art installation, the KATENA luminarium offers a dazzling maze of winding paths and soaring domes that create a sense of wonder and enchantment for all ages and abilities. Visitors will be transported into an amazing world of light, colour and sound as they walk through the inflatable luminarium.

This experience can be appreciated by all ages, all cultures, all abilities including the elderly and wheelchair users.

No Bookings are required with KATENA – Architects of Air being a free event, however places are limited with the capacity of luminarium set at a maximum of 80 visitors at any one time. Once capacity is reached people may only enter as others exit so there is a continuous flow of visitors going in and out of the luminarium. There are no tickets or registrations for this event.

Keep an eye on this Facebook page or our Instagram stories (@cityofstirling) for updates throughout the event week.

For more information, visit

We encourage attendees to take photos and videos of their experience at KATENA. When posting to social media please remember to hash tag #cityofstirling and #architectsofair

Art Explosion – Big Head Workshops

Monday, 8 July to Friday, 12 July, 10am to 1pm
City of Rockingham, Rockingham Arts Centre, 11 Kent Street, Rockingham


Join in on the ‘Big Head Project’ these July School holidays at the Rockingham Arts Centre and create your own Big Head to wear to school for Book Week 2019. The 2019 Book Week Theme is “Reading is my Secret Power”. The Big Head Workshops are for ages 8 – 16 years, and a parent/guardian is required to stay for children under 12 years. BYO newspapers.

Registrations close Friday 28 June 2019. To register, please call the Rockingham Arts Centre on 9527 0734 between 10am – 3pm, Monday to Friday, or email [email protected].

Creature Feature – Holiday Adventure

Monday, 8 July & Monday, 15 July, 10am to 12pm
Herdsman Lake Wildlife Centre, Selby Street, Wembley

Join us for a fun and exciting programme featuring some of the reptiles & frogs that live at the Wildlife Centre. Come on a guided nature walk and get immersed in reptile & frog inspired art activities. Tickets $20 (Friends of the WA Gould League receive 20% off). Suit ages 5+ but all welcome. Parents/Carers Free.

Discover the Rhythm and Power of African Drumming

Monday, 8 July, 10.30am to 11.30am
Yanchep/Two Rocks Library, Lisford Avenue, Two Rocks

Participants will be captivated by the vibrant West African culture and music in these hands-on drumming workshops.

Children can find their rhythm and enjoy making music with others, guided by percussionist and drum maker Paul.

Akwaaba means welcome in the Akan language from Ghana. and this drumming workshop will get everyone moving to the beat.  Each participant will be provided with a traditional African hand drum and other percussion instruments bring alive the rhythms of Africa.

Led by Paul Osei Kofi, Akwaaba has been entertaining a wide variety of audiences for over 20 years with energetic, powerful and interactive performances, drum circles and workshops.

Free to attend. However bookings are essential.

Uthando Doll Workshop

Monday, 8 July, 10am to 12pm
Clarkson Library, Corner Ebb Way & Ocean Keys Boulevard, Clarkson

These beautiful dolls are made to support the wellbeing and development of children in African communities.

The Uthando Project Team will supply a doll for each participant to dress with assorted materials and demonstrate a technique to work with fabrics that doesn’t involve sewing.

Participants will have the opportunity to learn how the dolls help African children and their carer, as an invitation to play.  They can choose whether to donate the doll or keep it to share the message with others about of the KwaZulu-Natal community.

Two-thirds of children there are living in poverty, and all have been affected by the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

Bookings essential. Cost $10 to be paid at the door.

Winter Olympics – Ages 9-12

Monday, 8 July, 10am to 2pm
Hainsworth Youth Centre, 29 Hainsworth Avenue, Girrawheen

Strongest team(work) wins!

Work as a team across an array of fun games and activities sports in order to win the Winter Olympics.

Your strength as a team will be tested, so bring your excellent communication skills and sports attire to complete the games.

Bookings essential. Free to attend event.


Nearer to Nature – Cadet Ranger, Ages 7-12

Monday, 8 July, 10am to 2pm
Nearer to Nature, Allen Road, Mundaring

Step into the shoes of a National Park ranger as you begin your ranger journey. Learn the basic tricks of the trade as you complete tasks such as wildlife monitoring, GPS navigation, 2-way radio communication, explore the workings of a light weight fire attack vehicle and come face to face with native wildlife. This is just your first step to understanding the role of a National Park ranger. Successful completion rewards you with your cadet ranger qualification at the end of the day.

NAIDOC Week: Noogar Storytime and Face Painting

Tuesday, 9 July, 10am to 10.45am
City of Vincent Library, 99 Loftus Street, Leederville

We hope you can join us for Noongar Storytime and Face Painting in the Vincent Library to celebrate Noongar culture.

This is a free NAIDOC Week event suitable for children up to the age of 12 and their parents and guardians.

No bookings required!

Medieval Castle Making

Tuesday, 9 July, 2pm to 3pm
City of Joondalup, Woodvale Library, 5 Trappers Drive, Woodvale

Join Pirate Man Mike to learn about medieval history and create your very own castle out of upcycled materials.

Ages 5 to 12 years. Bookings essential.

Terms and conditions

  • Parents/carers of children under 12 are required by library policy to remain in the library while their children attend the event.
  • There is a maximum of three events per child.
  • Children must be within the specified age range for this event.
  • Notify the library if your child is unable to attend the event.
  • To register your child you must agree to these Terms and Conditions

Cartooning with Toonworld

Tuesday, 9 July, 1pm to 3pm
City of Armadale, Kelmscott Library, 2784 Albany Highway, Kelmscott

Go drawing mad as Toonworld invites you to come on a journey filled with creativity and challenges. You will meet fun characters and design your own wonderful heroes while defending the land against the evil Rubbix and his rampaging stickmen army.

This event is part of the Colour My World – School holiday fun at the City of Armadale Libraries:

  • Cartooning with Toonworld:
    1 – 2pm (for five to eight year olds)
    2 – 3pm (nine to 12 year olds)

Places are limited and bookings are essential for all sessions.

Note: Parents or carers must stay in the library during the sessions. Childcare centres and groups must phone for bookings.

If you are unable to attend after booking, please notify the library.

Hidden Worlds – Holiday Adventure

Tuesday, 9 July, 10am to 12pm
Herdsman Lake Wildlife Centre, Selby Street, Wembley

Join us as we look more closely at the tiny creatures that live in the environment around us. We will discover some amazing facts about spiders, scorpions and insects, and you can make your very own “Hidden World” terrarium to take home. Tickets $20 (Friends of the WA Gould League receive 20% off). Parents/Carers Free. Suit ages 5yrs + , but all welcome.

Terrarium Workshop – Grow Your Strong (Age 11+)

Tuesday, 9 July, 10am to 12pm
The Art Space Collective, 80A Scarborough Beach Road, Scarborough

Grow your strengths. This is a terrarium workshop with a difference. Working with Strength Heroes who develop the art of resilience, children will identify their strengths and how they can “grow” their strengths to help with challenges faced when growing up. Strengths are those qualities that make us unique and special. Why do we need to know our strengths? There is lots of research to support that living by our strengths is good for our emotional wellbeing, helps us manage life’s stresses and grows our self esteem. Attendees will identify their totem insect and use zen tangle patterns and colours to create it. Their terrarium and totem will act as a reminder of the key messages of the workshop.

This workshop is hosted by The Art Space Collective – Scarborough’s first innovative and inspired community arts hub! The Art Space Collective run workshops for adults and kids and provide a space for people to creatively connect, showcase and inspire. For all enquiries please email [email protected]


Paint Kwinana Read Storytime

Tuesday, 9 July, 10.30am to 11.30am
Kwinana Marketplace, 4 Chisham Avenue, Parmelia

TUESDAY 9th JULY 2019 (10.30am – 11.30am)

Come and join Karrak and friends from Paint Kwinana REaD for a fun-filled story time activity and craft workshop located in the Food Court, so make sure to mark the date on the calendar.



Awesome Owls – Holiday Adventure

Wednesday, 10 July, 10am to 12pm
Herdsman Lake Wildlife Centre, Selby Street, Wembley

Join us for a fun and exciting citizen science programme featuring owls. Learn all about some of the amazing owls we have around Perth, join us for a guided bird walk, and help document important information about the diet of a barn owl, through dissecting your own owl pellet. Would suit ages 6-15, but all welcome. Tickets $20 (Friends of the WA Gould League receive 20% off when booking). Parents/carers free.

Virtual Reality Drop-in Day – July School Holidays

Wednesday, 10 July, 10am to 3pm
City of Stirling, Mirrabooka Library, 21 Sudbury Road, Mirrabooka

Discover new worlds at Mirrabooka Library’s virtual reality drop-in day. Travel to far away planets, take a walk in nature, learn about the human body and much more. Come along and enjoy a completely immersive experience.

Recommend for ages 8+ due to the size of the headset.

No bookings required.

This project has been supported by the Western Australian Government through the Local Projects, Local Jobs program.


Flora and Fauna Fun Day – Ages 9-16

Wednesday, 10 July, 9.30am to 2.30pm
Middleton Park, Middleton Road, Alexander Heights

Discover the fascinating flora and fauna we have in our City.

Come along and take part in a tree planting, followed by lunch, a fauna visit and talk, and learn about traditional Noongar culture, and create a piece of artwork as a group.

Cost $10. Booking essential.

Castledare Miniature Railway – School Holiday Run

Wednesday, 10 July, 10am to 1.30pm
Kent Street Weir Park, 1 Kent Street, Wilson

Its our School Holiday run day at Wilson park, so why not get the family out of the house and have a relaxing day playing on trains and having a picnic or play on the playground.

Train Ride Prices:
Adult rides $6.00 (children under 2 travel free with an adult)
Children rides $3.00
multirider $24.00

***No Bare Feet***

Imagination Playground

Wednesday, 10 July to Friday, 12 July, 9am to 4.30pm
The Stirling Centre, 22-28 Stephen Street, Bunbury

Beat the school holiday boredom with our free event Imagination Playground.

On daily from 10 to 12 July and is located in our vacant shop across from RAC (signed with Yoga). Kids can use their imagination to create a world of adventure with our HUGE foam blocks!

There are no bookings required as this is a come and go playground. Children must be supervised at all times and are not to be left alone.

Come and have fun at these school holidays at The Stirling Centre.


Explore Noongar Song & Dance – Ages 5-12

Thursday, 11 July, 10..30am to 11.30am
Girrawheen Library, 6 Patrick Court, Girrawheen

A workshop on the world of traditional Noongar dance and song.

This interactive workshop will open up the fascinating world of Noongar culture to you through traditional dance and song.

Aboriginal artist and educator Jade Dolman will teach you about traditional lifestyle, language, native animals and traditional tools.

Free – Booking essential.

Naidoc at Murdoch: Voice, Treaty, Truth

Thursday, 11 July, 5pm to 8pm
Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre, 90 South Street, Murdoch



“We invite you to walk with us in a movement of the Australian people for a better future.” –

Join us as we spend an evening sharing culture, strength, wisdom and knowledges through storytelling, comedy and performance.

This annual FREE event brings together over 250 community members from across the Perth metropolitan area in celebration of NAIDOC week. Everyone is welcome to come along!

MC: Derek Nannup
Performances by: Jacob Wehr-Murphy and Vanessa Hopes (featuring Benny Woodley Jr)

We hope to see you there!


A Celebration and Commitment to Aboriginal Culture

Thursday, 11 July, 6pm to 8pm
Derrick Ernst Neighbourhood Centre, 5 Tara Street, Morley

Families of the Bayswater child care association please join us to celebrate and share in our journey towards building reconciliation and our commitment to helping our community nurture strong Aboriginal children in reaching their full potential.
Please RSVP
Maria Stella – [email protected] or
Ann Mills – [email protected]
By the 28th June 2019
Light food provided

NAIDOC Week – Open Day Celebration

Thursday, 11 July, 9.30am to 11.30am
Yangebup Family Centre Inc, 11 Dunraven Drive, Yangebup

Join us for our NAIDOC Open Day on Thursday 11 July from 9.30-11.30am. We will celebrate NAIDOC Week with the unveiling of the Community Artwork created with Aunty Jenny and our community in November last year. There will be free kids activities and bush tucker inspired foods to sample.


Flag Raising Ceremony and Noongar Language and Cultural Workshop

Friday, 12 July, 9am to 11am
City of Wanneroo Civic Centre, Dundebar Road, Wanneroo

Join the community to commemorate the importance of NAIDOC Week with the City’s official flag raising ceremony.

The ceremony will start with a welcome to country followed by a Noongar Language and Cultural Workshop. The workshop will be led by Sharon Gregory, a Noongar Woman who has a wealth of knowledge and an emotive storyteller who brings the language of the Noongar people to life.

This workshop will suit the absolute beginner through to anyone wishing to practice and polish up on their Noongar language skills.

The award-winning Madjitil Moorna choir will also be performing two songs during the ceremony. The Aboriginal songwriters and performers lead the group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous community members to sing Aboriginal and Torres Strait language songs and compositions by Indigenous artists from around Australia.

Free to attend. Please register your interest.

Emu Egg Painting – NAIDOC Week Special Event

Friday, 12 July, 10am to 12pm
Victoria Park Library, 27 Sussex Street, East Victoria Park

Ages six-12 years

Come and dot paint a special paper-mache emu egg to celebrate Naidoc Week!

Bookings are essential and can be made online, in person or over the phone.
Bookings are not confirmed until payment is received.–-Naidoc-Week-special-event

Follow The Stars

Friday, 12 July, 2pm to 3.30pm
City of Joondalup, Duncraig Library, Corner Warwick Road & Marmion Avenue, Duncraig

Imagine a time before GPS and discover how to navigate using the stars. This interactive session will include star constellation activities and making your very own telescope.

Ages 5 to 12 years. Bookings essential. Cost $4 at the door.

Terms and conditions

  • Parents/carers of children under 12 are required by library policy to remain in the library while their children attend the event.
  • There is a maximum of three events per child.
  • Children must be within the specified age range for this event.
  • Notify the library if your child is unable to attend the event.
  • To register your child you must agree to these Terms and Conditions.


Outer North NAIDOC Celebration

Friday, 12 July, 10am to 2pm
True North Block, 869 Connolly Drive, Merriwa

UnitingCare West Outer North will be collaborating with the local community to celebrate NAIDOC Week on an even bigger scale in 2019!

This year we will come together at True North in Merriwa to celebrate First Nations history, the people, culture and achievements. The theme for NAIDOC Week 2019 is ‘Voice. Treaty. Truth. Let’s work together for a shared future.’

There will be a wide range of activities, including:
• Welcome to Country
• Craft activities
• Traditional food tasting
• Performances
• Inflatables
• Face painting
• Balloon making

Everyone is welcome!

For more details about NAIDOC Week, visit the website:

*Please note, Facebook events don’t allow the use of capitalisation, hence the event title is ‘Naidoc’.

NAIDOC Family Fun Day 2019

Friday, 12 July, 10am to 2pm
Bunbury Trotting Club, Donaldson Park, Milligan Street, Bunbury

SWAMS Presents the NAIDOC Family Fun Day 2019
Free Admission, Free Sausage Sizzle, Free Entertainment, Deadly Jobs Expo, Spot Prizes and more…
2019 Theme: Voice, Treaty, Truth.


Bennett Brook Railway’s Family Fun Day 2019

Saturday, 13 July, 11am to 4pm
Bennett Brook Railway, Whiteman Park, Lot 99 Lord Street, Whiteman

Follow the clues along the line to win prizes at Bennett Brook Railway on Saturday 13th July!

Families are invited to collect your question sheet at Whiteman Village Junction and then journey to all the stations of our railway to find clues to get the correct answers. The families that correctly complete the challenge the fastest will win great prizes!

Family tickets are $20 per family. Your question sheet is time stamped and when complete has to be submitted to be time stamped again at Whiteman Village Junction.

Tickets strictly limited and available here:


All trains are enclosed and stations have shelters to allow for the winter.

Movie Morning at the Library

Saturday, 13 July, 9.30am to 11.15am
Kelmscott Library, 2784 Albany Highway, Kelmscott

Join us for a screening of the heartwarming movie Paper Planes. We’ll provide the popcorn!

This film is rated G. All are welcome.

Places are limited and bookings are essential for all sessions.

Note: Parents or carers must stay in the library during the sessions. Childcare centres and groups must phone for bookings.

If you are unable to attend after booking, please notify the library.

Community Planting Event – Coogee Beach

Saturday, 13 July, 9am to 1pm
Coogee Beach Surf Lifesaving Club, 20 Poore Grove, Coogee

Join us for a free fun-filled morning planting, to improve habitat values in conservation reserves and help enhance biodiversity.

Morning tea and lunch provided.

Please wear long plants, enclosed footwear and a hat.  BYO water bottle.

Suitable for all ages.

This is a FREE event, however bookings are essential.


Tiny Sparks July Coffee Meeting

Monday, 15 July, 10am to 12pm
Slate Cafe, corner of Dulwich Street & Marshall Road, Bennett Springs

An opportunity to get together informally to chat all things pregnancy, birth and beyond. Everyone is welcome!


Movie Night at Scarborough Library

Monday, 15 July, 5.30pm to 7.30pm
City of Stirling, Scarborough Library, 173 Gildercliffe Street, Scarborough

Come along to a movie night at Scarborough Library on Monday 15 July 2019 at 5:30pm.

We will be screening a children’s PG-rated family movie. Bring along the family and join in the fun!

BYO snacks and drinks.

Don’t forget your beanbags, cushions, and blankets too! Bookings are essential. All attendees, adults and children, need a ticket.

Contact Scarborough Library on 9205 7420 for further details.


Museum Explorers

Tuesday, 16 July, 10am to 4pm
History House Museum, 7 Orchard Street, Armadale

Have a family adventure and explore the treasures in History House Museum.

Challenge yourself with the curator’s quiz and complete the treasure hunt.

This self-guided event is suitable for children six to 12 years of age, and participants can complete tasks at their own pace.

Parents or carers must stay in the museum for the duration.

Bookings are not required.




Odyssea | 10 Nights in Port

Wednesday, 17 July to Sunday, 21 July
WA Shipwrecks Museum, 45 Cliff Street, Fremantle

Set within a magnificent world beneath the waves, Oddysea is an immersive, multi-sensory theatre production designed for children with disability. The oceanic adventures of Crab and Turtle come vividly to life through touch, smell, taste, live music and stunning imagery. This delighting journey is designed for children and families of all abilities, and encourages every audience member to approach and experience it in its own unique way.

Re-inventing children’s’ theatre as a magical, inclusive and curiosity-led experience, Oddysea is a Sensorium Theatre production, and has received two Helpmann award nominations. It takes place with the generous assistance of the WA Maritime Museum. Ticket price includes admission for 1 child and 1 adult.

Images courtesy Performing Lines and Jessica Wyld

TICKETS | $20+bf (ticket price includes 1 adult and 1 child

Fabrication: An Exhibition of Textile Art

Wednesday, 17 July to Friday, 26 July, 10am to 2pm
The Art Space Collective, 80A Scarborough Beach Road, Scarborough

The Art Space Collective will be transformed into a veritable ‘Aladdin’s Cave’ of fabrics and fibres with a group exhibition, celebrating all things textile! Works created by both distinguished artists and artisans, using techniques as diverse as paper sculpting to weaving and everything in between.


POLKA DOT Vintage Markets

Saturday, 20 July & Sunday, 21 July, 9.30am to 4.30pm
Claremont Showground, 1 Graylands Road, Claremont

W.A’s BIGGEST and BEST OVER 2 DAYS.Western Australia’s Premium Antique,Vintage,Retro and Craft Market is on again. Over 300 stall holders all in doors and loads of parking. ATM’s on site and 2 cafes. If you’ve never been you can’t miss it, this event has been going for decades so EXTREMELY PROFESSIONALLY RUN. Opens from 9.30 -4.30pm daily 10th-11th NOVEMBER. $7 entry fee with a $2000 door prize. See you there.

Circus Oz – Precarious

Thursday, 25 July to Sunday, 28 July
His Majesty’s Theatre, 825 Hay Street, Perth

PRECARIOUS takes us on a journey into the mayhem that is the ministry of nature, an absurd lo fi bureaucracy…

Innovative circus acts are unearthed as the ensemble pushes beyond acrobatics to create an exciting three-dimensional world that examines the fragility that exists between humanity and nature.

Precarious unfolds through an ingenuous maze of phenomenal acrobatics, spectacular aerials, live music and physical comedy. The unique skills and talents of the Circus Oz ensemble include extraordinary foot juggling, jaw-dropping aerial rope and tippy ring, mesmerizing roué cyr, Chinese pole, and hula hoop, all hilariously woven with original music from the Circus Oz live band.

Join us for a 70-minute non-stop spectacle of acrobatic mayhem for audiences of all ages.

Perth Observatory Fundraiser

Friday, 26 July, 6.30pm to 10pm
The Lesmurdie Club, corner Lawnbrook & Boronia Roads, Walliston

We are hosting a special fundraiser dinner for Perth Observatory Volunteer Group at the The Lesmurdie Club on the night of Friday the 26th of July. Book your spot(s) now and come have a delightful two course sit down dinner while listening to fantastic live music and talks on astronomy.

There’ll also be lucky door prizes, raffles and silent auctions on the night, so bring lots of cash. Spots are limited so booking is essential via this page or at the Lesmurdie Club, proceeds from each ticket sold will be donated to the POVG.

Perth Indoor Jungle Festival

Friday, 26 July & Saturday, 27 July
Perth City Farm, 1 City Farm Place, East Perth

Perth’s first festival dedicated to sharing the joy of filling your home with plants. Whether you already live in an indoor jungle or are just starting out, head along to learn from experts, acquire some leafy beauties, and mix with fellow plant lovers.

Spread over two days the festival will include:

// Workshops and activity stations to create gorgeous things like
terrariums, mini water gardens, macramé pot hangers & upcycled

// Talks & demonstrations from indoor plant experts on topics like
propagation, pest control and growing in water

// Community plant and cutting swap

// Stalls selling a beautiful range of plants and plant accessories

// Delicious food and drinks

// Musical entertainment and some surprise planty elements!

This festival is organised by Perth City Farm, a non-profit organisation that provides space and opportunities to build community connections, and educates and enables people to live sustainably. All funds raised will support City Farm’s work.


Entry: $5, tickets released 1 July

Register for Presale:

Workshops and Talks: Tickets released 24 June

Disrupted Festival of Ideas 2019

Saturday, 27 July & Sunday, 28 July, 11am to 4.45pm
State Library of Western Australia, 25 Francis Street, Perth

Your favourite weekend of big ideas is back for 2019! Stay tuned as we release the program next week.

Disrupted Festival of Ideas is a weekend of FREE EVENTS including: conversations, panel discussions, keynotes and activities taking over the State Library of Western Australia.

Felices Fiestas Patrias Peru

Saturday, 27 July, 6pm to Midnight
Alcoa Social Club Kwinana, 19 Hope Valley Road, Naval Base

The Inka Peru Dance Group would like to invite you to celebrate Peruvian Independence Day.

Enjoy a great show presented by Inka Peru Group showcasing a variety of traditional peruvian dances.

There will be Peruvian food for sale and dance all night with the best beats of Latin America Music played by Tropicalia Band.

VENUE: “Alcoa Kwinana Social Club”
Hope Valley Rd, Naval Base (Cockburn Rd & Rockingham Rd)


Adults $25 (Doors sale $30)
Kids (6-12 yrs) $15 (Doors sale $20)

Call or send us a message to buy your tickets:

Cecilia: 0407358625
Karina: 0433497676


Bedfordale Bush Market – Christmas in July Market

Saturday, 27 July, 9am to 2pm
The Bedfordale Hall, 40 Admiral Road, Bedfordale

July Market
Christmas in July ⛄️🎅🏻

9am – 2pm
The Bedfordale Hall
40 Admiral road,Bedfordale

Featuring “Roast Lunch” with all the trimmings by the Bedfordale CWA

The Bedfordale Bush Markets are a unique, friendly, community market set amongst the bushland Of Bedfordale. (7 mins up the hill from Armadale)

Kids activities
Recycling hub
Clothes swap
Book swap
Variety of markets stalls including; handmade, wood, crafts, sausage sizzle, wine, food, organic coffee, Food truck, dog treats, Berkshire Pork, CWA Devonshire Teas, hairdresser, fresh local fruit & veg, local honey, fresh bread, community and non for profit groups, live entertainment.

Follow the signs up Albany hwy

ATM available on The Bedfordale Bush Market Information Stall, located inside the Main Hall.

Parking on site
Disabled parking available
Overflow parking at Southern Hills Christian College
Bedfordale Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade handle the parking please donate a gold coin to our amazing volunteers.

Bedfordale Bush Market

City of Cockburn – National Tree Planting Day 2019

Sunday, 28 July, 10am to 1pm
Wetland Education Centre, 184 Hope Road, Bibra Lake

Join us for a free fun-filled morning planting, improving habitat values in conservation reserves and help enhance biodiversity.

Morning tea and lunch provided.

Please wear long plants, enclosed footwear, a hat and BYO water bottle.

This is a FREE event, however registrations are essential.

City of Kalamunda – National Tree Day Planting

Sunday, 28 July, 10am to 1pm
Jorgenson Park, Crescent Road, Kalamunda

Join us for some planting fun as we celebrate Planet Ark’s National Tree Day! You’ll be helping to plant trees for the future.

When: Sunday 28 July 2019

Time: 10am – 1pm

Where: Jorgensen Park, Kalamunda

Bring: Sturdy shoes, hat, water bottle and gloves if you have them.

Who: Everyone is welcome!

Register your attendance:

Brought to you in partnership by Planet Ark, Toyota and City of Kalamunda.

Perth Electorate – Community Bake Off

Sunday, 28 July, 1pm to 3pm
Mount Hawthorn Main Hall, 197 Scarborough Beach Road, Mount Hawthorn

It’s on again – after last year 150 locals attended to bake and taste the wares!

This year will be bigger and better then ever, with more activities for kids, and the chance to taste some of the yummiest cakes/slices/biscuits ever!

If you are intending to enter please fill out the registration form at

Please note all entries need to ready for judging onsite by 1 pm – family members and supporters can attend (and taste!) for just a $2 entry fee. All proceeds go towards the cost of running the event.

Hosted by John Carey MLA – Member for Perth.
Mt Hawthorn Main Hall
28 July 2019
1 – 3 PM

Ngala Play Cafes in Ellenbrook

Monday, 29 July, 9.30am to 11.30am
1 Arrowsmith Avenue, Ellenbrook


Drop in and enjoy FREE, fun, brain building activities with our friendly Ngala team.
No need to book – just drop by, and have some fun with your child

For families with children 0-5 years.

9.30 – 11.00am

3 weeks every month. This series 10 June; 17 June; 24 June

[email protected]
9368 9368




About Holly Clark

Holly Clark is currently a stay at home mum of one, a self-confessed coffee addict and a baker of sweet treats. She studied Professional Writing and Editing, and occasionally writes on her recipe blog, Lucky Star's Kitchen

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