Please note the below events may be affected by the Perth and Peel lockdown. We encourage you to check back to see if dates and times have changed.
As planned, Maali Festival will take place at the State Theatre Centre of WA. This free two-day community event will have you marvelling at the art of the world’s oldest living cultures. Enrich yourself in a smoking ceremony to start, followed by a Welcome to Country. You will be able to enjoy play readings of Nyumbi, the return of WA’s longest running theatre work Binjarreb Pinjarra and join in a dance under the stars in the courtyard.
Maali Festival has been postponed and the organisers are working on a rescheduled date. Keep an eye on their website for updates.
Other exciting performances will be on show for NAIDOC week such as York, an epic tale that uncovers our buried history in the township of York itself on Ballardong Nyoongar Country. You can also see a tale of two sisters and their sides to a story left unsaid, Fire features a First Nations female lead in a play full of comedy, culture and koort (heart).
Take a trip to James Street Amphitheatre to see the NAIDOC Sand Mural by Acacia Cultural Designs. This mural will represent this year’s theme and celebrate the wide community. You will also find the Heal Country Trail in the Central Plaza, this display features ten aerial photographs of country as large-scale decals in different locations.
Take advantage of the 3-hour free parking on weekends and public holidays in three centrally located CPP car parks.
- CPP Cultural Centre car park, 2 Roe Street, Northbridge
- CPP His Majesty’s car park, 377 Murray Street, Perth
- CPP Pier Street car park, 87 – 89 Pier Street, Perth
Visit cityofperthparking.com.au for full details on all CPP locations and pricing.
Check out all the exciting events and activities to fill your winter expeditions with and come see Perth in a new light!
Suggested for you
Food & Drink
Out and About