Family Friendly Events for November 2020


We have a great new month of family events coming up for November! It’s almost summer and warmer weather is on it’s way. Christmas events are starting to pop up and NAIDOC Week is coming up. If you’re looking for family-friendly events and activities for the month of November, then Buggybuddys has you covered! Check out our full list of exciting events around Perth including outdoor markets, festivals, show days and more for the whole family.

Lake Monger Munchies

Sunday, 1 November, Sunday, 8 November, Sunday, 15 November, Sunday, 22 November & Sunday, 29 November
Lake Monger, Lake Monger Drive, Wembley

WHO’S MONGRY?!?! Join us for Lake Monger Munchies, our HEALTHYish Food Truck Fiesta!
We are all about unleashing your inner big kid, so gather your family & friends, help support local small business food truck owners, have FUN, enjoy FAMILY and eat plenty FOOD, with a unique dining experience, right at your local park!
Our wide range of amazing food trucks will be serving you up a smorgasbord of mouth-watering cuisines so stay tuned to the Big Kid Events Facebook page for the roster.

WA Beef & Beer Festival 2020

Sunday, 1 November
Burswood Park, Resort Drive, Burswood


WA Beer & Beef Festival is BACK for 2020!
Saturday 31 Oct – Sunday 1 Nov | Burswood Park
Bringing together the best craft breweries and the purveyors of the State’s best beef, WA Beer & Beef Festival is THE place to be for all beer & beef lovers! With over 120 BEERS to choose from and beef dishes from Perth’s top chefs, restaurants & BBQ Masters; you’ll want to bring your BIGGEST appetite!
Come hang out with us at Burswood Park on Saturday October 31 & Sunday November 1 to soak up the summer sunshine with two stages of live music, roaming entertainment, beer & beef tastings, market stalls, rides and heaps more. FREE ENTRY for supervised under 18’s and we’re dog friendly, so make sure you bring the whole family for a wholesome day of fun in the sun ☀️

Stay tuned for brewery and vendor announcements…
See you there, Perth!

Perth Makers Market – November 2020

Sunday, 1 November, 9.30am to 3.30pm
Goolugatup Heathcote, 58-60 Duncraig Road, Applecross


Perth Makers Market is Perth’s premier handmade artisan market and offers high quality handmade crafters from WA an opportunity to sell their goods and a great time for everyone at a family friendly event.
With over 150 stalls to browse from, food to keep your tummy happy and kids activities including the fantastic on site pirate ship playground it’s going to be a great day out for the whole family.
Also on site during the market:
– Artist Open Studios
– Art Gallery and Museum open
– BWG Restaurant (bookings required)
– Buskers
– Giant Garden Games
– Pirate Ship Playground

Mother’s Day – Take 2!

Sunday, 1 November, 11am to 10pm
The Saint, 2 Morris Road, Innaloo

Did you miss out on celebrating mum earlier this year? Well we’re giving you another chance, so you can say ‘thanks mum!’ and bring her down for Mother’s Day Take 2!
Sunday, 1 November
Free drink on arrival for mum (bistro only)
Food specials just for mum
Live entertainment
Kids face painting
Reservations essential ~ give us a call on 9446 2424 to book mum in for a special day at The Saint!

Inglewood Monday Night Markets

Monday, 2 November, Monday, 9 November, Monday, 16 November, Monday, 23 November & Monday, 30 November
Inglewood Night Markets, Beaufort Street, Inglewood

Bringing you amazing food trucks and stalls each Monday until April 2020!
Family friendly
Dog friendly
Gluten free
Dairy free
See you on Monday
Instagram: @InglewoodNightMarkets
#monyays #inglewoodnightmarkets #inglewoodmondaynightmarkets

Magic Moves Monday – Practice Session

Monday, 2 November, Monday, 9 November, Monday, 16 November & Monday, 23 November
Optus Stadium, 333 Victoria Park Drive, Burswood

Meet at Optus Stadium (esplanade betweenThe Camfield pub and Matagurup bridge) from 6pm til late for a practice session. Everyone is welcome, from first timers to advance skaters.
PERTH OUTDOOR ROLLEBLADING IS A SOCIAL GROUP, NOT A SKATING SCHOOL AND THIS IS NOT A FORMAL LESSON. We help each other to improve skating skills, from pushing technique and stopping to sliding and slalom.
Join us, don’t be shy! Introduce yourself and ask others for help!
This is purely a casual social event & by participating you accept that YOU SKATE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Protective gear is strongly recommended which includes helmet, wrist guards, knee and elbow pads. You are completely responsible for your own safety.
Photos and video could be taken during the skate and shared in the closed group” Please let us know beforehand if you would like to be excluded as your privacy is respected.

Start Fresh Northbridge Markets

Wednesday, 4 November, Wednesday, 14 November, Wednesday, 21 November & Wednesday, 28 November
Perth Cultural Centre, 47 James Street Mall, Northbridge

Running weekly on Wednesdays in October and November in the Perth Cultural Centre, the Start Fresh Northbridge Markets will showcase local small businesses by bringing fresh produce and artisan goods to the heart of Northbridge.
Convenient and accessible, and with a diverse range of take home products alongside local entertainment and food trucks, the Start Fresh Northbridge Markets will reinvigorate the Perth Cultural Centre in the lead up to the opening of the new WA Museum Boola Bardip on November 21st.
Join us and #StartFresh this spring!

2020 Perth 4WD & Adventure Show

Friday, 6 November, Saturday, 7 November & Sunday, 8 November
McCallum Park, Garland Street, Victoria Park

The Perth 4WD and Adventure Show is happening, 6 – 8 November 2020 at McCallum Park!
West Aussies are ready to get out there and explore, and the first stop is the 4WD & Adventure Show!
Get all the gear – new 4WDs and Accessories; Camping Gear; Caravans and Camper Trailers; Boats and fishing gear; Adventure Motorbikes and Mountain bikes; Travel and Tourist info and more. Visit all the WA regions and plan your next holiday at the NEW WA Adventure Travel Hub. Get all the technical info on travel and 4WDriving at the Fourby Forum info stage. Meet your favourite youtubers at the 4 Wheeling Australia Content Creators areal; and catch up with special guests at the Engel Bush Camp Stage and Fishing Stage. Get geared up to get out on the water this summer at the BIG new boating and fishing zone. Check out the Adventure Motorbike Zone, ARB recovery demos plus heaps more.
You’ve been waiting for this!

Perth 4WD and Adventure Show, 6 – 8 November 2020 at McCallum Park.
Get your tickets online at

Canning Show 2020

Friday, 6 November & Saturday, 7 November
Cannington Exhibition Centre & Showgrounds, corner Albany Highway & Station Street, Cannington

Last year’s Canning Show was a triumph, with record-breaking crowds of over 10,000 smiling people as Canning Agricultural, Horticultural & Recreational Society (aka CAHRS) celebrated our 110th year of enriching the community.
Whilst 2020 comes with a very different set of circumstances, we are pleased to announce the Canning Show 2020 this year is planned to be held Friday 6 & Saturday 7 November, preparing to evolve, involve and inspire!
A creative wonderland with community heart, the line-up and ticket details for the Canning Show will be announced closer to the event, as per usual, however we are excited to release the Exhibition Schedule Of Entries early.
From 3-year-olds to teenager amateurs to experienced artisans, everyone is encouraged to have a go and start growing, baking, painting, photographing, sculpting, flower arranging and more.
Get your creative juices flowing now and get ready to showcase your wares at the Canning Show. All entries will be exhibited at the event in November, with the best being awarded over $13,000 in cash prizes.
Schedule Of Entries launched
One of the largest annual exhibitions in the state that showcases a wide array of arts, crafts, hobbies, creations and produce, igniting communities’ creative spark
–> Open to everyone, from talented amateurs to awarded artisans, the competition celebrates, promotes, rewards and encourages diverse passions and talents, plus inspires others in the community
–> Over $13,000 in cash is awarded to the best exhibits, plus trophies, sashes, and other awards
–> ALL entries are exhibited as part of the 2020 Canning Show; it’s by and for the community
–> ANYONE can enter, no matter where you are from, your age or level of experience
–> Independently judged by experts in their field
–> Over 650+ Classes to enter, covering Youth; Fruit & Vegetables; Flowers; Home & Dairy Produce; Honey; Home Cooking; Sewing, Knitting, Crochet, Toys & Dolls; Handicrafts; Hobby Ceramics; Painting & Drawing; Photography; and Industrial Arts
–> Numerous special classes celebrating the ‘International Year of Plant Health’
–> Entry and exhibit drop-off instructions will come closer to the event, with our staff working on ways to maximise everyone’s safety
Key event details announced thus far
DATES: Friday 6 & Saturday 7 November 2020
LINE-UP: Exhibition and 2 nights of fireworks confirmed, plus a diverse line-up of fun for the whole family to be announced in due course
VENUE: Home of the Canning Show; Cannington Exhibition Centre & Showgrounds
TICKETS: Presale tickets to be announced closer to the event

Nearer to Nature – Night Stalk

Friday, 6 November & Friday, 13 November, 6.30pm to 8pm
Lightning Swamp Bushland, Mathews Close, Noranda

For a fun family night out, join our experienced guide as we head out for a night walk around Lightning Swamp. Keep your eyes and ears open for owls, frogs and kangaroos. For ages 6+.
Family of 4 $15 DC members, $18 non-DC members. Additional tickets $4ea.


Lollipops Bayswater Friday Family Fun

Friday, 6 November, 3pm to 6.30pm
Lollipops Bayswater, 68 Beechboro Road South, Bayswater

Come join us on the first Friday night of every month from 3:00pm – 6:30pm for a family fun night! Enjoy $7 entry all night long; adults are free
– 2x burgers, pizzas or wraps
– 1x family chips
– 2x cans of soft drink or water

Disrupted Festival

Saturday, 7 November, 10am to 4pm
Perth Cultural Centre, 47 James Street Mall, Northbridge

MORE FABULOUS FREE KIDS ACTIVITIES just added to the Disrupted Festival of Ideas Kids program on 7 November in the Perth Cultural Centre. Including Open Book Club, Science Wonderland, Kindling Creative Screen Printing and Family Tai Chi.
The weather forecast is fine… so invite your friends and family, it’s promising to be a great day with something for everyone! Check out the program here –


Disrupted Kids – Shows and Activities for Kids

Saturday, 7 November, 10am to 4pm
Perth Cultural Centre, 47 James Street Mall, Northbridge

For mini disrupters and their families, there’s plenty of fun to be had from joining a community art project and penning a postcard for a senior citizen to going with the flow in a tai chi class and designing a city for the future. Contribute, create, play, share and imagine a better world. It’s all free with no bookings required.
On the Family Stage, Scitech will blow our minds with spectacular and sometimes stinky experiments at 10.30 am, 11:30 am, 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm. Then head over to Science Wonderland, jam-packed with interactive exhibits, extraordinary challenges and exciting tech.
At 12:15 pm, join a Family Tai Chi class with Si Fu Gawain Siu (Master) from Ging Mo Academy. This session mixes traditional Kung Fu and Tai Chi, with a whole lot of fun!
Inside the Library kids can join an Open Book Club, just like the grown-up version! Each session lasts for 30 mins and tailored to a specific age range at 10:15 am, 11 am, 12 pm, 1 pm and 2 pm.
Awesome Arts is bringing the fun and creativity with community art projects, earth sculptures, thaumatropes and so much more. Write your wish for a better world and hang it on The Wishing Line for everybody to read.
Outside the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Kindling Creative will help children screen print on tote bags with their message to the world. Flying cars? Hovercrafts? Skyscrapers reaching the clouds? Futurescape is a series of activity-based installations encouraging children to imagine what Perth will look like in the future. Split across multiple levels inside the State Library solve puzzles, explore mini exhibits, create digital art and make paper cities.
See all children activities and shows at:

Moment of Youth: How Young People are Building a Better World

Saturday, 7 November, 3.15pm
Level 1, State Library of Western Australia, 25 Francis Street, Perth

From vanishing coastlines to an ever-changing economic landscape, Generation Z find themselves facing an uncertain future that few generations before could imagine. And yet from Hong Kong to Minneapolis to our own schoolyards, young people are at the centre of political discourse, driving global movements and demanding action to upend colonialism, capitalism and climate catastrophe. If anyone has a stake in a better world, it’s the young people who’ll be around to see the world in 50 years’ time.
From climate change to decolonisation, in this session, five young change makers use the lens of storytelling to explore recent youth-led movements, while unpacking what lies at the heart of young people’s drive for change.
Curated by the Youth Affairs Council of WA (YACWA). YACWA is the peak non-government youth organisation in WA. Operating operate primarily as a human rights organisation that seeks to address the exclusion of young people in society, YACWA aims to provide a united, independent and active advocate for the non-government youth sector and young people that is both supported and respected by the sector and the wider community. Focusing on young people’s varied needs at local, State and Federal Government levels, YACWA works to engender and enhance positive community attitudes towards young people.
Moderator – Zahra Al-Hilaly
Panel – Matthew Tomich, Brenda Amito, Imara Mandred, Kobi Morrison, Mohammad Hadi Rahini
FREE – State Library Level 1

Freedom Fairies Annual Fairy Picnic

Saturday, 7 November, 10am to 2pm
Stirk Park, 10 Elizabeth Street, Kalamunda

A FREE family Fairytale Festival in Perth Western Australia full of Freedom Fairies, Mermaid, Pirates, Superheroes, Princesses and more .
Stirk Park in Kalamunda will once again be transformed into a Fairy Tale wonderland full of activities for children of all ages.
This amazing inclusive Free family event is proudly presented by the Freedom Fairies as part of the Perth Hills Spring Festival proudly supported by the City of Kalamunda.
This year, the Fairy Picnic will be celebrating our 6th year and we can’t wait to celebrate with you!
Fairy Important Information
Get fairy creative and dress up as your favourite magical character to join in the fun!
All The Magical Details Of The Day
All activities are FREE and inclusive for everyone to enjoy!
Here is a list of just a few of the activities which will be available on the day:
Face Painting
Arts and Craft
Glitter Art
Nature Play
Hair Braiding
Cardboard Castles
And more!
Have your photo taken with Mer-jestic Mermaids, The Fairy Queen and the magnificent Snow Queen! There will also be heaps of roving Freedom Fairyland Friends for you to meet as well. Watch out for Daryl the Dragon, Pirate Pete, Willy Wally Wizard, Sir Knickerbocker Knight and the Healthy Heroes to name a few!


NAIDOC Week | Indigenous Voices in Art Guided Tours

Sunday, 8 November & Sunday, 15 November
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Cultural Centre, Perth

Always Was, Always Will Be.
To celebrate NAIDOC Week (8-15 Nov) all Gallery tours will focus on traditional Australian Aboriginal art, the art of the Torres Strait and contemporary Indigenous social and political statements.
Indigenous and Torres Strait Art is one of Australia’s greatest cultural gifts to the world. It is part of the continuum of lived experience, ceremonial practice, and the connection with traditional lands and ancestral beliefs. Indigenous art is strikingly beautiful. But it can also tell of a history of sorrow, dislocation and discrimination.

Chilli Fest at The Sunshine Markets – Perry Lakes

Sunday, 8 November, 10am to 2pm
Perry Lakes Reserve Playground, Perry Lakes Drive, Floreat

A CHILLI FESTIVAL is coming to the  SUNSHINE MARKETS at Perry Lakes!
Come down with your family & friends to see why we are not your average market event! We support small business owners by showcasing local amazing products for sale, alongside a heap of fun activities, delicious food and so much more!
Join us at PERRY LAKES from 11am to 4pm:
Sunday, November 8th… it’s a Chilli Festival!
 Browse and buy beautiful products from the unique artisan marketeers
Chilli eating competition
Family Fun Zone for all ages
Live entertainment
Delicious food trucks
Pony Rides
Face Painting Hair Braiding
SO Much More!!!!

South Fremantle Festival of Lights

Sunday, 8 November, 11am to 10pm
South Terrace, South Fremantle


South Fremantle businesses are getting together to bring you the South Fremantle Festival of Lights.
We are planning to close South The from Scott Street to Duoro Road. With entertainment for all the family, two stages, markets stall and lots more.
Watch this space, we will update as we get closer…

Dinner at Dusk – Secret Harbour

Sunday, 8 November, 5.30pm to 8.30pm
Palermo Cove, Secret Harbour

Join us for our NEW season of Dinner at Dusk Secret Harbour!
Enjoy a night under the stars with the best range of food trucks, live music and an ambience you will love.
Bring a blanket and set up with family and friends on the grass, or take up a seat at one of our complimentary tables and chairs.
We cant wait to see you there. Ample parking for those traveling from other areas too.
Food Trucks will be updated and posted into the discussion tab of this event page.
Live music on the night.
Its a community thing!

NAIDOC Week – Astronomy with King Toogarr Bibbullmun Elder

Tuesday, 10 November, 6pm to 7pm
John Mcgrath Pavillion, 97 Hensman Street, South Perth

Join the City to learn about Aboriginal astronomy as told through art, in celebration of NAIDCO week 2020.
Toogarr Morrison is a Bibbullmun elder, artist and historian who has developed artworks to represent the Aboriginal constellations.
In 1998 Toogarr was named Western Australian Aboriginal Artist of the Year.
Aboriginal people are often credited with being the world’s first astronomers.
Observing and interpreting the cosmos has been used for navigation, calendars, ceremony, cultural lore, song-lines and art for thousands of years.
Aboriginal astronomy is an important part of this country’s history and sharing those stories and understandings of the night sky enriches all Australian cultures.
This is a free event however booking is essential. Book now

Dinner at Dusk Shoalwater

Thursday, 12 November, 4.30pm to 8.30pm
156 Arcadia Drive, Shoalwater

Join us at our newest location… Dinner at Dusk Shoalwater!
Enjoy a night under the stars with the best range of food trucks, live music and an ambience you will love.
Bring a blanket and set up with family and friends on the grass, or take up a seat at one of our complimentary tables and chairs.
We cant wait to see you there. Ample parking for those traveling from other areas too.
Food Trucks will be updated the week prior to each event.
For our October event, you can expect to see:
Pengo’s Cafe
Sweets on the Run
Donut Hub
Thai on Tyres
Murphys Spuds
Up in Smoke
Mamacitas Street Food
Live music from Paul Davies.
Its a community thing!

Big Light Out

Friday, 13 November & Saturday, 14 November, 6.30pm to 9.30pm
Faulkner Park, Cloverdale

Watch Faulkner Park come alive and burst with colour and light at the City of Belmont’s FREE Big Light Out.
This spectacle brings together modern technology for audiences to indulge their senses in an immersive route through the area at a timeslot of your choosing (while tickets last).
After enjoying the walk through the park, come and visit a range of food trucks for dinner and dessert!
Book your free walk-through at
This event is part of the City of Belmont’s Let’s Celebrate Festival presented by Live_Lighter. Take a look at other Festival events in our events calendar

NAIDOC Week – Karawara Storytime and Craft

Friday, 13 November, 6.30pm to 9.30pm
Waterford Plaza, corner Manning Road & Kent Street, Karawara

Celebrate NAIDOC week by attending a Storytime and craft session at Waterford Plaza with the City of South Perth Libraries.
Meet one of our Noongar storytellers as they share some of their favourite Noongar picture books and get creative with a craft activity at the end.
This event is free, however booking is essential.
If you need to cancel your ticket please contact South Perth Library on or 9474 0800.

Aboriginal Astronomy Night

Friday, 13 November, 4pm to 11pm
Cockburn Youth Services, 25 Wentworth Parade, Success


In celebration of NAIDOC Week, come and join us for a boordiya night at the Gravity Discovery and Observatory in Gingin, as part of NAIDOC Week.
This event is open to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal young people aged 12–18 who live, work or study in the City of Cockburn.
We have a great night planned for you, with:
An astronomy night tour
Aboriginal storytelling
FREE dinner of kangaroo stew and damper
Home drop-offs included (in the Cockburn area).
We will be leaving from the Cockburn Youth Centre, 25 Wentworth Parade, Success. We will then drive by bus to the Gravity Discovery Centre and Observatory out in Gingin. Please be at the Centre by 4pm for a prompt 4.30pm departure.
After returning we will drop attendees directly home. Alternatively, parents/guardians can pick attendees from the Youth Centre.
What do I need to bring?
– Enclosed shoes
– Warm clothing (it may get cold)
– Water bottle

Lollipops Bayswater November Nerf Night

Friday, 13 November, 5.30pm to 7.30pm
Lollipops Bayswater, 68 Beechboro Road South, Bayswater

It’s that time again! Time for a Nerf battle! Gear up and put your game faces on!
 Friday, November 13th 2020 📅
5:30PM – 7:30PM 🕗
*Rules and conditions apply*
*Socks must be worn*
***$24.90 per Ticket, Adults FREE***
 Café will be open
Nerf guns and bullets provided
Nugget meal included in the ticket price
Suitable for ages 4-11 years
Hosted Games with supervision
Get your tickets here:

NAIDOC Week ‘Fantastic Creatures’ Weaving Workshop with Sharyn Egan

Saturday, 14 November, 10.30am to 11am
Morley Library, 240 Walter Road West, Morley

As part of the City of Bayswater’s NAIDOC Week celebrations, ‘Fantastic Creatures’ (animal totems) is a Noongar weaving workshop facilitated by prominent Aboriginal artist Sharyn Egan.
This ‘Fantastic Creatures’ (animal totems) workshop will provide a wonderful experience for participants to work creatively using recycled materials, such as meadow straw and wool.
During the workshop Sharyn will also speak on the importance of caring for our planet and the significance of totems.
No previous experience is needed – participants can take home their creations.
Bookings are essential via Eventbrite here:
Images courtesy of the Art Gallery WA

Byford Community Kindergarten Car Rally

Saturday, 14 November to Sunday, 15 November
Byford Community Kindergarten, 49 Park Road, Byford

—- Byford Community Kindergarten ——
The car rally is ready to be run. 
We will be running the car rally twice:
– Saturday 14th November
– Sunday 15th November
Each day can accommodate a maximum of 16 cars. The price per car is $50. Click on the link to select your date and secure your ticket (1 ticket per car).
Car Rally’s are kind of like a quiz night and scavenger hunt combined but in a car driving around with your team! The answers are all there in front of you – if you look hard enough. You will finish about 40 minutes away at a spot where you can have a picnic or BBQ lunch. The scoring will occur here and those who have scored highest will receive the prizes.
It will be a staggered start with cars starting between 8-9am from the Kindy. The rally itself will be a pleasant drive, split into 3 stages with compulsory 20 minute breaks between stages. Everyone should arrive at the finishing location around lunch time.
We are seeking donations of goods and services as prizes for the rally. If you know of anyone who would like to contribute, please let them know to contact attention The President
Car rally’s are generally really popular and haven’t been around for a while so we think it’ll be a fun family day
Broooomm brooommm

Perth Bridges & Heirrison Island Guided Hike

Saturday, 14 November, from 4.30pm
Coode Street jetty, South Perth

Join us as we experience the beautiful swan river from all angles, and head on the 11km river loop. Enjoy the beautiful sights of Elizabeth Quay, Barrack Street Jetty, Riverside Drive and the South Perth Foreshore, and explore the hidden secrets of Heirisson island, maybe even catch a glimpse of the magnificent local kangaroos, just walking distance from the hustle and bustle of the city. Visit the Yagan Statue and hear the history of such an important time in Noongar history of Perth.
We continue back along the River to take in a different view of Perth, exploring Elizabeth Quay, and heading back over to South Perth in time for the city lights to come alive as the sun sets on another day in Perth.
This beginner friendly trail is a great inner city twist on hiking, and a beautiful evening out with family and friends.
Tour Inclusions
A guided 11km hike looping along the Swan River and Heirisson Island from South Perth
Amazing historical stories and secrets covering local heritage of our fascinating hiking trail
A great experience with Perth’s award-winning hiking tour operator
Friendly and knowledgeable, first aid trained tour guides.

Bike Jam

Sunday, 15 November, 9am to 12pm
Bradley Reserve, Doubleview

Bike Jam will be hosted during National Road Safety Week and is a FREE bike safety event giving residents the opportunity to to explore the City’s Moorland Street Bicycle Boulevard!
The event will host a range of interactive education activities including:
• Bike education sessions for children
• Constable Care puppet show
• Bike safety and repair workshop for parents
• Modular Pump Track
• Sausage sizzle and chill out zone
• Awareness/education stalls run by SDERA, Kidsafe, Heart Foundation, Westcycle and Your Move.
Don’t forget to join the guided rides along the bicycle boulevard led by professional bike trainers, who will be providing safe on-road cycling tips along the route 

Dinner at Dusk – Point Walter

Sunday, 15 November & Sunday, 29 November, 5.30pm to 8.30pm
5 Honor Avenue, Bicton

Join us for Dinner at Dusk Point Walter!
Enjoy a night under the stars with the best range of food trucks, live music and an ambience you will love.
Bring a blanket and set up with family and friends on the grass, or take up a seat at one of our complimentary tables and chairs.
We cant wait to see you there. Ample parking for those traveling from other areas too.
Food Trucks will be updated the week prior to each event.
Check out our event discussion for vendors attending our next event.
Its a community thing!

Wanneroo Show 2020

Friday, 20 November & Saturday, 21 November
Wanneroo Showgrounds, Wanneroo Road & Ariti Avenue, Wanneroo

Come and experience the best of the Wanneroo Region, Pavilion entries, Showjumping, tastiest tomato judging, log chop, local displays and businesses, community marquees, poultry pavilion, budgerigar, pigeon and finch competitions as well as our extremely popular goat display.
Check out and get into the awesome selection of food and beverage on offer.
PLUS Thrill Rides, Kids Rides, Market Stalls, Showbags, Markets Stalls and more!
The Wanneroo Show is not to be missed with something for everyone !!
Friday 20th Nov 4pm until late
Saturday 21st Nov 9am until late
Wanneroo Showgrounds

Whirling in Stirling – Free Scooter Coaching Jam Session

Saturday, 21 November, 3pm to 6pm
Carine Skate Park, Beach Road, Carine

Ready to take your tricks to the next level? We’ve partnered with

Freestyle Now

to present a series of coaching workshops for participants of all ages and skill levels!

This one is for the SCOOTER LOVERS
Please bring your own helmet and scooter
For more information including dates and locations,
please visit

Kambarang Lounge

Saturday, 21 November, 3pm to 7pm
Wilson Park, 100 Noorwood Road, Rivervale

Rediscover your neighbourhood and the great people in our community!
Join us to celebrate the Kambarang Season for a street party at Wilson Park. With live entertainment, activities, market stalls and a place to catch up with friends and neighbours – it’s a great way to spend your Saturday afternoon. Join us in Jupp Lane from 3pm for the launch of the Six Seasons Mural or head straight to Wilson Park from 3:30pm for a fun filled afternoon.
Book your free tickets here

This event is part of the City of Belmont’s Let’s Celebrate Festival presented by

Live_Lighter. Take a look at other Festival events in our events calendar

The Magic of Christmas

Friday, 27 November to Sunday, 10 January 2021, 7pm to 10.30pm
Wanneroo Botanic Gardens, 25 Drovers Place, Wanneroo

There’s no place like The Wanneroo Botanic Gardens to spend the festive season with your friends, colleagues, and loved ones!
Experience the park’s 3rd annual Christmas light display; play Mini Golf, dine at the onsite restaurant Leapfrogs or simply basque in the ambiance of the 7m high Christmas tree and the brand new light features added this year.
Spectator admission to the Gardens is just $5 or FREE for Guests dinning in the restaurant, playing Mini Golf and for children 0-3yrs. Please note, wristbands are issued on entry and must be worn at all times. Guests can visit the Gardens at any time during opening hours, with 7pm onward being the best time for viewing the lights.
‘Tis the season to create family memories; make The Wanneroo Botanic Gardens a part of your tradition.
Note, last tee off for Mini Golf at 8pm December 24th and 31st.

A Merry Motown Christmas

Friday, 27 November & Saturday, 28 November, 7pm to 10pm
Leapfrogs Restaurant,  Drovers Place, Wanneroo

A Merry Motown Christmas
Leapfrogs & AViiDA Productions Present
Santa’s got soul! Join us for an unmissable night of soul, Motown and carols.
Leapfrogs and AViiDA Productions present; A Merry Motown Christmas!
Friday, November 27th and Saturday 28st
Tickets just $59 (plus booking fee)
Includes a selection of Leapfrogs’ entrees.
Hurry places limited.

Potty Time Parenting Workshop

Friday, 27 November, 10.30am to 12.30pm
A.H. Bracks Library, 431 Canning Highway, Melville

The warmer weather is the perfect time to help your child start using the toilet. Join us for this fun talk with lots of playful ideas on how to keep the process of toilet training light and joyful for everyone involved. We’ll cover lots of practical strategies and information about developmental readiness, as well as two key Parenting by Connection tools to aid in building connection and cooperation with your child.
Event Details
When: Friday 27th November 2020 10.30am-12.30pm
Where: AH Bracks Library, 431 Canning Highway Melville.
Cost: Free
Creche: Available free, please book for each child attending.
For more information: Please contact

Fish & Sips Festival 2020

Saturday, 28 November & Sunday, 29 November
Port Beach Road, Fremantle

This November we get to celebrate this truly amazing part of Australia with its world class seafood, award winning wine and magical coastline
Join us on Port Beach in North Fremantle on November the 28th & 29th for a flavour filled weekend along the West Australian Coast.
Returning with some of Perth’s best chefs matching the best of WA seafood and wine, the Fish & Sips Festival is the premier Coastal food and wine event
Enjoy local live acoustic music, wine tastings, seafood masterclasses, face painting, reggae DJ’s down the beach early, soul & disco DJ’s late, cooking demos, mermaid swimming up from the ocean onto the beach and of course an enormous array of WA seafood to sample with friends over drinks.
 Session Times
Saturday 28th November – 11AM to 4PM (Selling fast)
Saturday 28th November – 5PM to 11PM (Nearly gone)
Sunday 29th November – 11AM to 6PM (Selling fast)
On sale & on track to sell out all three sessions! Be quick to avoid missing out! Your ticket includes 3x $5 tokens on entry. Which can be used for food & drink.
$5 Kids tickets On Sale
$20 Final release On Sale

Applecross Rotary Jacaranda Festival 2020

Saturday, 28 November, 9.30am to 3.30pm
Ardross Street, Applecross

We are excited to be planning the 20th Anniversary event for the Applecross Rotary Jacaranda Festival this year.
The Rotary Jacaranda Festival will feature 140+ stalls, an array of food options and a unique line-up of entertainment and a buzz of excitement that comes when thousands of people come together. It’s an unmissable day out and a great place to kick start your Christmas shopping, supporting small businesses, local community groups and other causes all at the same time!


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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