Fridays & Sundays | WA Museum Boola Bardip | Free event
Every Friday and Sunday morning at 10.30am, the state-of-the-art WA Museum Boola Bardip comes to life as the perfect storytelling setting. Set amongst colourful museum galleries, this half-hour of interactive storytelling will inspire awe through the written and spoken word. No registration is required – simply visit the Museum's information desk upon arrival to uncover that day’s location. Set amongst colourful museum galleries, this half-hour of interactive storytelling will inspire awe through the written and spoken word. No registration is required – simply visit the Museum's information desk upon arrival to uncover that day’s location.
Saturday 2 July – Sunday 17 July 10am | Perth Cultural Centre | Free eventCan’t get enough of dinosaurs? In addition to the Dinosaurs of Patagonia at the WA Museum, you can also Discover Dinosaurs by visiting Perth’s very own pop-up Dinosaur Trail at Perth Cultural Centre. We even hear there’ll be a giant erupting dinosaur egg – commissioned by Perth based artist Amy Perejuan-Capone!
Storytime with Grandma Rosie
Wednesday 13 July | Perth City Farm | Free ticketed eventAs one of the founding members of Perth City Farm, Grandma Rosie takes to the stage on the second Wednesday of every month for storytime under the haven’s trees. Storytime and wisdom aside, there are always adventures to follow – be it meeting the resident chooks, smelling the farm’s fresh flowers and herbs or exploring the beautiful oasis. Coffee and nibbles are available for purchase at their on-site Farmology Cafe – so just remember to bring your KeepCup!
School’s Out Winter Fest
Saturday 2 July – Sunday 17 July | Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre | Paid ticketed eventThis July, Perth’s favourite winter and carnival experiences will come together to create the ultimate day out for you and your family. Each ticket is packed with great value and parents enter for free! With all day to use your coupons, there’s plenty of entertainment to get stuck into – from ice skating and sideshow games to snow slides and carnival rides. Your little ones even get the chance to marvel at falling ‘snow’!
NAIDOC – Virtual Whadjuk
Wednesday 6 July – Sunday 10 July | James Street Ampitheatre, Perth Cultural Centre | Free eventExperience the magic of VR through Virtual Whadjuk – a collaboration between respected Whadjuk Noongar Elders, award-winning documentary production company Periscope Pictures and leading Indigenous digital heritage innovators Bilbies Labs. In this powerful cultural experience, you’ll find yourself immersed in and drawn to the strong ongoing connection of Aboriginal people to country.
Van Gogh Alive
Runs until Sunday, 7 August | Supreme Court Gardens | Paid ticketed eventGood news – the famous Van Gogh Alive exhibition has been extended into August! The dazzling exhibition remains the most visited multi-sensory experience in the world, and it’s not hard to see why. Upon walking into the specially designed 25,000 square foot gallery, you’ll be treated to a vibrant symphony of light, colour, sound and fragrance. Showcasing Van Gogh’s finest masterpieces and larger-than-life exhibits, this memorable experience is bound to enchant all ages. Note: babes in arms (under 2 years of age) enter for free.
Runs until Sunday, 31 July 2022 | Langley Park | Paid ticketed eventLooking to be truly amazed these school holidays? Expected the unexpected in Weber Bros Entertainment’s latest high-energy production, The Circus! This compilation of extraordinary world-class acts is set to feature hilarious comedians, daring FMX riders, captivating aerialists, the absolute showstopper – the human cannon – and more. It’ll be two hours full of jaw-dropping and non-stop live entertainment.
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