Step outside of the everyday and into a dreamscape of events in Western Australia.


Whether it’s unmissable global blockbusters, unforgettable moments shared with the world’s oldest living culture, or culinary experiences in otherworldly locations – there are wondrous events happening all year round. And with endless pristine beaches and boundless adventures, there is always something to do in Western Australia, no matter when you visit.

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One of the largest regions in Western Australia, the Pilbara covers 507,896 square kilometers of unique and breathtaking natural landscape. There are four race days with 600 industry participants actively involved in delivering a unique racing experience to punters! Horse racing in Roebourne has been an annual social event since 1867, attracting bookies, jockeys, trainers and spectators from all over Australia. The powdery Pindan Track sits amongst a beautiful Pilbara backdrop showcasing nature at its finest. Fast forward over 150 years and the Roebourne Races is as popular as ever. The NWJC is a not-for-profit organisation run by a dedicated group of locals who volunteer their time to keep the racing spirit alive in the Pilbara. The NWJC increases base stakes across each events major races, further investing in the future of thoroughbred racing in the Pilbara. The Roebourne races is a pinnacle event on the Pilbara social calendar, with plenty for everyone to get involved in and enjoy, including live entertainment, kids activities, and fashions of the fields. There's nothing like a day at the Roebourne Races.

$30 - $70

25 May 2024 - 27 Jul 2024

$30 - $70

25 May 2024 - 27 Jul 2024

Get down and dirty on your next date night in Perth. Join a pottery class for a fun and romantic evening of wheel throwing. They donate AUD1 from every booking to Dementia Australia.

$399.00

25 May 2024 - 28 Jun 2024

$399.00

25 May 2024 - 28 Jun 2024

Are you a certified scuba divers looking for a relaxed and fun day out? Join them for a great day of diving to beautiful Rottnest Island. Enjoy stunning landscapes with swim-throughs and plenty of fish life in a relaxed atmosphere. Moonshine is a private and quality charter with a hot shower and bathroom on board, and plenty of spaces. There will only be six divers and the crew for a casual and personal experience. They will provide a warm lunch, plenty of snacks and an enjoyable and relaxing day.

$165 - $225

08 Aug 2021 - 14 Feb 2026

$165 - $225

08 Aug 2021 - 14 Feb 2026

In today's fast-paced world, the disconnect between humans and the natural environment has led to ecological challenges and a sense of detachment from our true selves. This is an immersive and transformative experience designed to help guests rediscover their ecological self by embracing the principles of deep ecology. Drawing inspiration from this ecological philosophy, which recognises the inherent interconnectedness and intrinsic value of all beings, this retreat aims to facilitate a profound reconnection with nature and foster a sense of responsibility towards the planet. Your experience will be centred at Wooleen Station Homestead. The ultimate immersion in station life, a Homestead Stay is the iconic Wooleen experience. You’ll live under the same roof of owners and hosts, David and Frances, as they share their National Trust home with guests and offer a glimpse into the conservation work that Wooleen is all about.

$2430.00 - $4320.00

23 May 2024 - 27 May 2025

$2430.00 - $4320.00

23 May 2024 - 27 May 2025

Craft your own mugs and saucers in a fun and relaxing class in Fremantle. Learn pottery techniques and create beautiful, unique pieces for your hot beverages. They donate AUD1 from every booking to Dementia Australia.

$109.00

22 May 2024 - 31 Aug 2024

$109.00

22 May 2024 - 31 Aug 2024

After six years, the Roleystone Theatre building has been restored to its former glory – and its theatre company is bringing the stage to life again with the musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. The historic venue was built in 1922 and classified by the National Trust in 1998 – but the City of Armadale closed it in 2018 due to major structural concerns. After an intense “Save Roleystone Theatre” campaign, the council committed to renovating the building so it could be brought back up to standard with the theatre company using temporary venues while works took place. How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is Roleystone Theatre’s first show back in the venue with the opening weekend part of the Armadale Arts Festival. Directed by Peter “Pear” Carr, the 1960s comedy musical focuses on J. Pierrepont Finch and his desire to climb the corporate ladder from lowly window-washer to chairman of the board. The satire of big business and all it holds sacred sees Finch navigate dangers such as the office party, backstabbing co-workers, caffeine addiction and true love. Based on the book of the same name, the show won a Tony Award for Best Musical and a Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

Adults: $28
Concession: $24

17 May 2024 - 01 Jun 2024

Adults: $28
Concession: $24

17 May 2024 - 01 Jun 2024

Experience the enchantment of Raku pottery at The Labyrinth Studio in Medina. Learn glazing techniques and create your own masterpiece in this magical class. They donate AUD1 from every booking to Dementia Australia.

$100.00

17 May 2024 - 28 Dec 2025

$100.00

17 May 2024 - 28 Dec 2025

Watercolours of the Coastlands features paintings of the bush and beach by Sue Kalab. Wandering and watching, looking and learning, the exhibition offers a solo showcase for those who cherish both art and nature. The exhibition displays art about Sue's years of roaming in the nearby Tuart Forest and wandering along the waterfronts, the Indian Ocean and Leschenault Estuary – orchids, birds, bush and beach. Sue's art responds to the beauty of nature's images glimpsed in time spent on a bush walk or an amble along the beaches. Her work endeavours to portray the peaceful and serene qualities one finds in nature - the timelessness, the sense of perpetuity and nature's unobtrusiveness.

Free

16 May 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

Free

16 May 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

Rising star of Contemporary Art comes to AGWA in an Australian-first exhibition. Look, look. Anna Park debuts with more than 15 never-before-seen charcoal and ink works on paper that feverishly capture the spirit of contemporary life, created specifically for AGWA. Drawing inspiration from popular culture, shared human experiences and interpersonal exchanges, Park’s works address the cultural construction and perception of identity, sexuality, and power within our hyper-mediated society.

Free

19 Apr 2024 - 08 Sep 2024

Free

19 Apr 2024 - 08 Sep 2024

Mount Claremont Farmers’ Market is a popular and local space for visitors that has been operating since 2007. With 55 stalls to browse, the market brings growers and consumers together to provide a relaxed meeting place situated in the suburb of Mount Claremont. The market supports growers and local producers, selling a range of great products to buy. You will be able to find fresh vegetables, meat, seafood, artisan breads, honey and more. There are lots of options for people with special dietary requirements such as vegan, paleo, gluten free and dairy free. The market also has stalls offering handmade arts, crafts, jewellery and homewares and a decked area that is popular with breakfast goers. Breakfast food and drink is available to purchase here. Grab your reusable market bag and bring your adventurous spirit along next Saturday!

Free

30 Mar 2024 - 31 Jan 2026

Free

30 Mar 2024 - 31 Jan 2026

Leave your grocery shopping until Saturday morning and head on down to Perth City Farm to visit the vibrant Farmers Market. The market space attracts growers and producers who are organic, biodynamic, in organic conversion or are passionate about ethical and sustainable produce. The markets are held outside, nestled amongst their green courtyard, creating a connection with the café and nursery for a warm and inviting atmosphere. Come and grab some fresh and homemade produce, relax and have a beautifully prepared breakfast at the Luma Café. Perth City Farm's focus is to support local, organic and biodynamic growers and producers through making their produce directly available to the Perth community. There is a Perth City Farm stall each week, run by dedicated volunteers. They sell farm-fresh produce and organic products from their farm-door shop. A range of other stallholders join them week to week with their incredible produce.

Free

30 Mar 2024 - 30 Nov 2024

Free

30 Mar 2024 - 30 Nov 2024

Subiaco Farmers Market is one of the oldest and original farmers market in Western Australia, operating since 2009. Supporting a healthy and sustainable lifestyle, they support Western Australian farmers, growers and producers in creating a welcoming, family-friendly place where you can meet friends, shop for wonderful produce and gourmet foods, enjoy some fantastic fresh food and drink for breakfast or brunch and listen to talented entertainers. Subiaco Farmers Market's mission as a non-for-profit organisation is to support Subiaco Primary School on an ongoing and sustainable basis and promote the “clean green” message in the community and contribute to local environmental sustainability. The markets are on every Saturday morning from 8am to noon. See you there next Saturday!

Free

30 Mar 2024 - 31 Jan 2026

Free

30 Mar 2024 - 31 Jan 2026

Enjoy premier entertainment in a New York Style Comedy club in the suburbs! Featuring local, national and international comedians dropping in for a variety of showcases, interactive gameshows, and comedy roast battles. Rated 5 stars by Comedy Central, Fringe Festival, ArtsHub, some of the best national and international comedians have dropped in to grace the stage - featuring the likes of Dilruk Jayasinha, Mark Normand (USA), Joe Wong, Fiona O'Loughlin, Stephen K Amos, Jerry Seinfeld.

30 Mar 2024 - 28 Dec 2024

30 Mar 2024 - 28 Dec 2024

Enjoy a world class comedy showcase south of the river. Located 10 minutes away from Perth Airport, and 15 minutes away from the CBD, this humble club is tucked away in the heart of suburbia has featured some of the best touring performers in the world, including Stephen K Amos, Mark Normand, and Jason Leong, and a hub for some of Australia's best comedians such as Chris Franklin, Xavier Susai, Fiona O'Loughlin, and Dilruk Jayasinha. Attached to a historical social club, enjoy some of the most affordable food and drink selections on the night!

30 Mar 2024 - 28 Dec 2024

30 Mar 2024 - 28 Dec 2024

PerthEvent

Nyumbi

Nyumbi
Nyumbi means celebration dance in Nyoongar language. Experience a celebration of Nyoongar culture through song, dance and language, as local performers share their rich culture and history. Every Saturday, visitors are invited to experience this 45 minute, free event, including a smoking ceremony and celebration dance from a different Nyoongar performance group each week. Continue your journey into the Museum exhibition Ngalang Koort, Boodja Wirn – Our Heart, Country, Spirit in Wesfarmers Arts gallery, or join a guided tour through the Museum to experience Boola Bardip – ‘many stories’ from Aboriginal communities from around Western Australia. WA Museum Boola Bardip is on Whajduk Nyoongar boodjar. Nyoongar peoples are the Traditional Owners of the south-west boodjar (country) that covers the land from Jurien Bay, to Moora, and to the south coast between Bremer Bay and Esperance. There are 14 clans in Nyoongar nation. The WA Museum acknowledges the diversity that exists in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages and that the spelling of words may also vary. Proudly supported by Tourism WA, City of Perth and produced by Karla Hart Enterprises.

Free

23 Mar 2024 - 29 Jun 2024

Free

23 Mar 2024 - 29 Jun 2024

Our story is not one story, but many stories to share. Balancing Act features Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander works of art from the State Art Collection. In this exhibition, you will encounter a vast range of material revealing the wide scope of First Nations truth-telling and art-making practice. Radical observations about the ups and downs of life are placed side by side with expressions of relationships with Custodial Country; the locations and places artists and communities care for, according to their kin and family ties with place. Different versions of history are told, at times emotional and challenging, alongside moments of great beauty and poignancy. Many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists use their cultural production to investigate feelings and unpack ideas around identity in the wake of colonisation. Others use their work as a way to support and express their own grief and healing, as well as to express joy and cultural belonging. Balancing Act invites you to be surprised, delighted and challenged by the stories told through the eyes of First Nations artists and their works of art.

Free

02 Mar 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

Free

02 Mar 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

Direct from Broadway, this smash hit musical phenomenon is a celebration of an unstoppable woman who became the Queen of Rock n’ Roll. With 37 award nominations including best new musical (Olivier Awards) and best musical (Tony Awards), this heart-pumping production is guaranteed to raise the roof at Theatre Royal Sydney. Featuring iconic songs including “Simply The Best” “What’s Love Got To Do With It”, and “Proud Mary”, this story of joy, passion and resilience is as important now as ever. Tina – The Tina Turner Musical is rollin’ into Perth in Feburary 2024.

27 Feb 2024 - 06 Jun 2024

27 Feb 2024 - 06 Jun 2024

Enjoy documentary films throughout the year in this unique, boutique, 22-seat, 180-degree curved dome cinema with 5.1 surround sound. Let Western Australia Maritime Museum transport you to other worlds through films specially created for this dome experience, by a local team dedicated to showcasing the wonder of the state and sharing stories. They screen films daily that combine the natural world, history, science, technology and adventure, giving you a deeper insight into Western Australia.

Adults: $15
Concession: $12.50
Children: $12.50

09 Jan 2024 - 16 Jul 2024

Adults: $15
Concession: $12.50
Children: $12.50

09 Jan 2024 - 16 Jul 2024

The Albany Farmers Market comes alive as a car park in the heart of Albany transforms every Saturday into a busy thriving marketplace, with local producers bringing their fresh, seasonal products to sell directly to locals and visitors. The quality and range of product every week is enormous. Not only every imaginable type of fruit and vegetables but also organic beef and lamb, venison, kangaroo, capretto, free-range chicken, fish, seafood, honey, bread, yoghurt, cheese, milk, cream, ice-cream, oils, jams, preserves and fresh flowers and much more. Many locals now rely on the markets for their major weekly shop because of the comprehensive range and sustained quality of produce, enjoying the wonderful interaction with the producers, whilst at the same time enjoying catching up with old friends. Visitors enjoy an opportunity to see, sample and buy produce that is truly local.

Free

04 Nov 2023 - 28 Dec 2024

Free

04 Nov 2023 - 28 Dec 2024

Come join Peel Produce Market every Saturday! Whether its for breakfast, a coffee while you listen to the local acoustic musicians, a stroll on the beautiful estuary, or gathering all of your groceries farm to table. Everyone is welcome to visit the amazing artists and produce growers who showcase their talents. And, don't forget to bring your four legged family members too!

03 Sep 2022 - 03 Aug 2024

03 Sep 2022 - 03 Aug 2024

Manjimup Farmers Markets are held every Saturday, excluding Cherry Festival and Christmas and New Years when they fall on a weekend, in the town of Manjimup in the Southern Forest region of the south west of Western Australia. Enjoy the fresh fruit and vegetables and value added products of the region. Indulge in a fresh cake and coffee with friends. Buy fresh, buy local, reduce the road miles. The markets are held in the all-weather marquee in Manjin Park.

Free

27 Aug 2022 - 29 Jun 2024

Free

27 Aug 2022 - 29 Jun 2024

One of the largest regions in Western Australia, the Pilbara covers 507,896 square kilometers of unique and breathtaking natural landscape. There are four race days with 600 industry participants actively involved in delivering a unique racing experience to punters! Horse racing in Roebourne has been an annual social event since 1867, attracting bookies, jockeys, trainers and spectators from all over Australia. The powdery Pindan Track sits amongst a beautiful Pilbara backdrop showcasing nature at its finest. Fast forward over 150 years and the Roebourne Races is as popular as ever. The NWJC is a not-for-profit organisation run by a dedicated group of locals who volunteer their time to keep the racing spirit alive in the Pilbara. The NWJC increases base stakes across each events major races, further investing in the future of thoroughbred racing in the Pilbara. The Roebourne races is a pinnacle event on the Pilbara social calendar, with plenty for everyone to get involved in and enjoy, including live entertainment, kids activities, and fashions of the fields. There's nothing like a day at the Roebourne Races.

$30 - $70

25 May 2024 - 27 Jul 2024

$30 - $70

25 May 2024 - 27 Jul 2024

Get down and dirty on your next date night in Perth. Join a pottery class for a fun and romantic evening of wheel throwing. They donate AUD1 from every booking to Dementia Australia.

$399.00

25 May 2024 - 28 Jun 2024

$399.00

25 May 2024 - 28 Jun 2024

Are you a certified scuba divers looking for a relaxed and fun day out? Join them for a great day of diving to beautiful Rottnest Island. Enjoy stunning landscapes with swim-throughs and plenty of fish life in a relaxed atmosphere. Moonshine is a private and quality charter with a hot shower and bathroom on board, and plenty of spaces. There will only be six divers and the crew for a casual and personal experience. They will provide a warm lunch, plenty of snacks and an enjoyable and relaxing day.

$165 - $225

08 Aug 2021 - 14 Feb 2026

$165 - $225

08 Aug 2021 - 14 Feb 2026

In today's fast-paced world, the disconnect between humans and the natural environment has led to ecological challenges and a sense of detachment from our true selves. This is an immersive and transformative experience designed to help guests rediscover their ecological self by embracing the principles of deep ecology. Drawing inspiration from this ecological philosophy, which recognises the inherent interconnectedness and intrinsic value of all beings, this retreat aims to facilitate a profound reconnection with nature and foster a sense of responsibility towards the planet. Your experience will be centred at Wooleen Station Homestead. The ultimate immersion in station life, a Homestead Stay is the iconic Wooleen experience. You’ll live under the same roof of owners and hosts, David and Frances, as they share their National Trust home with guests and offer a glimpse into the conservation work that Wooleen is all about.

$2430.00 - $4320.00

23 May 2024 - 27 May 2025

$2430.00 - $4320.00

23 May 2024 - 27 May 2025

Craft your own mugs and saucers in a fun and relaxing class in Fremantle. Learn pottery techniques and create beautiful, unique pieces for your hot beverages. They donate AUD1 from every booking to Dementia Australia.

$109.00

22 May 2024 - 31 Aug 2024

$109.00

22 May 2024 - 31 Aug 2024

After six years, the Roleystone Theatre building has been restored to its former glory – and its theatre company is bringing the stage to life again with the musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. The historic venue was built in 1922 and classified by the National Trust in 1998 – but the City of Armadale closed it in 2018 due to major structural concerns. After an intense “Save Roleystone Theatre” campaign, the council committed to renovating the building so it could be brought back up to standard with the theatre company using temporary venues while works took place. How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is Roleystone Theatre’s first show back in the venue with the opening weekend part of the Armadale Arts Festival. Directed by Peter “Pear” Carr, the 1960s comedy musical focuses on J. Pierrepont Finch and his desire to climb the corporate ladder from lowly window-washer to chairman of the board. The satire of big business and all it holds sacred sees Finch navigate dangers such as the office party, backstabbing co-workers, caffeine addiction and true love. Based on the book of the same name, the show won a Tony Award for Best Musical and a Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

Adults: $28
Concession: $24

17 May 2024 - 01 Jun 2024

Adults: $28
Concession: $24

17 May 2024 - 01 Jun 2024

Experience the enchantment of Raku pottery at The Labyrinth Studio in Medina. Learn glazing techniques and create your own masterpiece in this magical class. They donate AUD1 from every booking to Dementia Australia.

$100.00

17 May 2024 - 28 Dec 2025

$100.00

17 May 2024 - 28 Dec 2025

Watercolours of the Coastlands features paintings of the bush and beach by Sue Kalab. Wandering and watching, looking and learning, the exhibition offers a solo showcase for those who cherish both art and nature. The exhibition displays art about Sue's years of roaming in the nearby Tuart Forest and wandering along the waterfronts, the Indian Ocean and Leschenault Estuary – orchids, birds, bush and beach. Sue's art responds to the beauty of nature's images glimpsed in time spent on a bush walk or an amble along the beaches. Her work endeavours to portray the peaceful and serene qualities one finds in nature - the timelessness, the sense of perpetuity and nature's unobtrusiveness.

Free

16 May 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

Free

16 May 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

Rising star of Contemporary Art comes to AGWA in an Australian-first exhibition. Look, look. Anna Park debuts with more than 15 never-before-seen charcoal and ink works on paper that feverishly capture the spirit of contemporary life, created specifically for AGWA. Drawing inspiration from popular culture, shared human experiences and interpersonal exchanges, Park’s works address the cultural construction and perception of identity, sexuality, and power within our hyper-mediated society.

Free

19 Apr 2024 - 08 Sep 2024

Free

19 Apr 2024 - 08 Sep 2024

Mount Claremont Farmers’ Market is a popular and local space for visitors that has been operating since 2007. With 55 stalls to browse, the market brings growers and consumers together to provide a relaxed meeting place situated in the suburb of Mount Claremont. The market supports growers and local producers, selling a range of great products to buy. You will be able to find fresh vegetables, meat, seafood, artisan breads, honey and more. There are lots of options for people with special dietary requirements such as vegan, paleo, gluten free and dairy free. The market also has stalls offering handmade arts, crafts, jewellery and homewares and a decked area that is popular with breakfast goers. Breakfast food and drink is available to purchase here. Grab your reusable market bag and bring your adventurous spirit along next Saturday!

Free

30 Mar 2024 - 31 Jan 2026

Free

30 Mar 2024 - 31 Jan 2026

Leave your grocery shopping until Saturday morning and head on down to Perth City Farm to visit the vibrant Farmers Market. The market space attracts growers and producers who are organic, biodynamic, in organic conversion or are passionate about ethical and sustainable produce. The markets are held outside, nestled amongst their green courtyard, creating a connection with the café and nursery for a warm and inviting atmosphere. Come and grab some fresh and homemade produce, relax and have a beautifully prepared breakfast at the Luma Café. Perth City Farm's focus is to support local, organic and biodynamic growers and producers through making their produce directly available to the Perth community. There is a Perth City Farm stall each week, run by dedicated volunteers. They sell farm-fresh produce and organic products from their farm-door shop. A range of other stallholders join them week to week with their incredible produce.

Free

30 Mar 2024 - 30 Nov 2024

Free

30 Mar 2024 - 30 Nov 2024

Subiaco Farmers Market is one of the oldest and original farmers market in Western Australia, operating since 2009. Supporting a healthy and sustainable lifestyle, they support Western Australian farmers, growers and producers in creating a welcoming, family-friendly place where you can meet friends, shop for wonderful produce and gourmet foods, enjoy some fantastic fresh food and drink for breakfast or brunch and listen to talented entertainers. Subiaco Farmers Market's mission as a non-for-profit organisation is to support Subiaco Primary School on an ongoing and sustainable basis and promote the “clean green” message in the community and contribute to local environmental sustainability. The markets are on every Saturday morning from 8am to noon. See you there next Saturday!

Free

30 Mar 2024 - 31 Jan 2026

Free

30 Mar 2024 - 31 Jan 2026

Enjoy premier entertainment in a New York Style Comedy club in the suburbs! Featuring local, national and international comedians dropping in for a variety of showcases, interactive gameshows, and comedy roast battles. Rated 5 stars by Comedy Central, Fringe Festival, ArtsHub, some of the best national and international comedians have dropped in to grace the stage - featuring the likes of Dilruk Jayasinha, Mark Normand (USA), Joe Wong, Fiona O'Loughlin, Stephen K Amos, Jerry Seinfeld.

30 Mar 2024 - 28 Dec 2024

30 Mar 2024 - 28 Dec 2024

Enjoy a world class comedy showcase south of the river. Located 10 minutes away from Perth Airport, and 15 minutes away from the CBD, this humble club is tucked away in the heart of suburbia has featured some of the best touring performers in the world, including Stephen K Amos, Mark Normand, and Jason Leong, and a hub for some of Australia's best comedians such as Chris Franklin, Xavier Susai, Fiona O'Loughlin, and Dilruk Jayasinha. Attached to a historical social club, enjoy some of the most affordable food and drink selections on the night!

30 Mar 2024 - 28 Dec 2024

30 Mar 2024 - 28 Dec 2024

PerthEvent

Nyumbi

Nyumbi
Nyumbi means celebration dance in Nyoongar language. Experience a celebration of Nyoongar culture through song, dance and language, as local performers share their rich culture and history. Every Saturday, visitors are invited to experience this 45 minute, free event, including a smoking ceremony and celebration dance from a different Nyoongar performance group each week. Continue your journey into the Museum exhibition Ngalang Koort, Boodja Wirn – Our Heart, Country, Spirit in Wesfarmers Arts gallery, or join a guided tour through the Museum to experience Boola Bardip – ‘many stories’ from Aboriginal communities from around Western Australia. WA Museum Boola Bardip is on Whajduk Nyoongar boodjar. Nyoongar peoples are the Traditional Owners of the south-west boodjar (country) that covers the land from Jurien Bay, to Moora, and to the south coast between Bremer Bay and Esperance. There are 14 clans in Nyoongar nation. The WA Museum acknowledges the diversity that exists in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages and that the spelling of words may also vary. Proudly supported by Tourism WA, City of Perth and produced by Karla Hart Enterprises.

Free

23 Mar 2024 - 29 Jun 2024

Free

23 Mar 2024 - 29 Jun 2024

Our story is not one story, but many stories to share. Balancing Act features Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander works of art from the State Art Collection. In this exhibition, you will encounter a vast range of material revealing the wide scope of First Nations truth-telling and art-making practice. Radical observations about the ups and downs of life are placed side by side with expressions of relationships with Custodial Country; the locations and places artists and communities care for, according to their kin and family ties with place. Different versions of history are told, at times emotional and challenging, alongside moments of great beauty and poignancy. Many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists use their cultural production to investigate feelings and unpack ideas around identity in the wake of colonisation. Others use their work as a way to support and express their own grief and healing, as well as to express joy and cultural belonging. Balancing Act invites you to be surprised, delighted and challenged by the stories told through the eyes of First Nations artists and their works of art.

Free

02 Mar 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

Free

02 Mar 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

Direct from Broadway, this smash hit musical phenomenon is a celebration of an unstoppable woman who became the Queen of Rock n’ Roll. With 37 award nominations including best new musical (Olivier Awards) and best musical (Tony Awards), this heart-pumping production is guaranteed to raise the roof at Theatre Royal Sydney. Featuring iconic songs including “Simply The Best” “What’s Love Got To Do With It”, and “Proud Mary”, this story of joy, passion and resilience is as important now as ever. Tina – The Tina Turner Musical is rollin’ into Perth in Feburary 2024.

27 Feb 2024 - 06 Jun 2024

27 Feb 2024 - 06 Jun 2024

Enjoy documentary films throughout the year in this unique, boutique, 22-seat, 180-degree curved dome cinema with 5.1 surround sound. Let Western Australia Maritime Museum transport you to other worlds through films specially created for this dome experience, by a local team dedicated to showcasing the wonder of the state and sharing stories. They screen films daily that combine the natural world, history, science, technology and adventure, giving you a deeper insight into Western Australia.

Adults: $15
Concession: $12.50
Children: $12.50

09 Jan 2024 - 16 Jul 2024

Adults: $15
Concession: $12.50
Children: $12.50

09 Jan 2024 - 16 Jul 2024

The Albany Farmers Market comes alive as a car park in the heart of Albany transforms every Saturday into a busy thriving marketplace, with local producers bringing their fresh, seasonal products to sell directly to locals and visitors. The quality and range of product every week is enormous. Not only every imaginable type of fruit and vegetables but also organic beef and lamb, venison, kangaroo, capretto, free-range chicken, fish, seafood, honey, bread, yoghurt, cheese, milk, cream, ice-cream, oils, jams, preserves and fresh flowers and much more. Many locals now rely on the markets for their major weekly shop because of the comprehensive range and sustained quality of produce, enjoying the wonderful interaction with the producers, whilst at the same time enjoying catching up with old friends. Visitors enjoy an opportunity to see, sample and buy produce that is truly local.

Free

04 Nov 2023 - 28 Dec 2024

Free

04 Nov 2023 - 28 Dec 2024

Come join Peel Produce Market every Saturday! Whether its for breakfast, a coffee while you listen to the local acoustic musicians, a stroll on the beautiful estuary, or gathering all of your groceries farm to table. Everyone is welcome to visit the amazing artists and produce growers who showcase their talents. And, don't forget to bring your four legged family members too!

03 Sep 2022 - 03 Aug 2024

03 Sep 2022 - 03 Aug 2024

Manjimup Farmers Markets are held every Saturday, excluding Cherry Festival and Christmas and New Years when they fall on a weekend, in the town of Manjimup in the Southern Forest region of the south west of Western Australia. Enjoy the fresh fruit and vegetables and value added products of the region. Indulge in a fresh cake and coffee with friends. Buy fresh, buy local, reduce the road miles. The markets are held in the all-weather marquee in Manjin Park.

Free

27 Aug 2022 - 29 Jun 2024

Free

27 Aug 2022 - 29 Jun 2024