Perth, which sits on the banks of the Swan River, is proud to be Australia’s sunniest capital city. With a lack of big city bustle, that befits the world’s most remote capital city, Perth has boomed in recent years, making it a popular lifestyle choice. Western Australia boasts some of the whitest beaches in the country, the largest collection of wildflowers on the planet and the opportunity to swim with dolphins in the wild.
Major Events and Festivals in Perth
October 2017, Kulin Bush Races
A fun, family friendly event held in the shire of Kulin that includes live music, fireworks and horse races. Bring a tent or caravan to camp out free on the Friday and Saturday nights and enjoy the Great Aussie Revival breakfast before you head home.
January 2018, Australia Day Celebrations
Officially celebrate the landing of the first fleet in 1788. The country comes together for boat races, parties and picnics a plenty! . Boat races, parties and picnics a plenty.
January 2018, Chinese New Year Celebrations
See one of Perth’s most vibrant and exciting celebrations as the Chinese community invites you to join them to Welcome in the Year of the Monkey!
March 2018 Eat, Drink, Perth –Food Festival
Perth’s biggest food festival is held over a month with events all over the city, from degustation dinners to cooking classes and cocktail evenings. There are also food fairs and twilight markets serving delicious food to ensure no one leaves hungry.
March 2017, Perth International Arts Festival
Perth comes for this festival that offers theatre, music, film, visual arts, literature and free community events. Local and International artists take place in this month long annual festival that runs events all over the city. Lots of fun for the whole family.