Family Friendly Events for September 2019
We have a great new month of family events coming up for September! Spring is here, so it’s the perfect time to enjoy the outdoors. If you’re looking for family-friendly events and activities for the month of September, then Buggybuddys has you covered! Check out our full list of exciting events around Perth including craft classes, outdoor events, festivals and more for the whole family.
2019 Kings Park Festival
Saturday, 1 September to Monday, 30 September, 9am to 5pm
Kings Park, West Perth
We’re excited to bring you the Kings Park Festival which will run from 1 – 30 September 2019!
Join us for the world’s biggest celebration of Western Australian wildflowers in spectacular Kings Park and Botanic Garden. The Festival program will feature an extravaganza of events and activities for lovers of wildflowers, gardens, conservation, art, local culture and the beautiful natural landscapes of Western Australia. Most events are free but many require registrations so get in quick to avoid disappointment!
Visit www.kingsparkfestival.com.au to check out the amazing events taking place this September (most are free!) and be sure to share your incredible wildflower images with us using #kingsparkfestival or #kingsparkperth
Spring into Scavenge
Saturday, 1 September, 9am to 1pm
Cottesloe Beach, Marine Parade, Cottesloe
Come get amongst the local, live music, beach cleaning, trash trading action and all round inspiring vibes to ditch single-use plastics!
Beach trash becomes cash at the Scavenge that can be used to purchase pre-loved threads donated by the community.
With 300 million tonnes of plastic produced annually and 8-13 million tonnes of rubbish flowing into our waterways every year, there’s a lot to be done.
York Motor Show 2019
Saturday, 1 September, 9am to 5pm
Avon Park & Lowe Terrace, York
York Motor show – Veteran Car Club WA
Vehicles on display between 10am and 3pm, Avon Park and Lowe Terrace in York townsite.
Further details to come…
Ashley & Friends Day Sept 2019
Saturday, 1 September, 9.30am to 4pm
Bennett Brook Railway, Whiteman Park, Whiteman
Ashley and his friends have returned to the rails of Whiteman Park! Join his friends of Bennett Brook Railway who will haul trains all day for the Train Controller.
Adult and children (2-18) tickets are $15 each with an online discount (25% off!) through:
Book Your Tickets Here: https://www.trybooking.com/BEKFV
Or purchase your tickets on the day for $20 each (card and cash accepted).
Your ticket includes:
Unlimited heritage train rides on all three trains (all day)
Unlimited heritage bus rides (all day)
Bus Museum displays
Fire Engine displays by DFES
Entry to Revolutions Transport Museum
Secure pram storage
And so much more for additional cost such as fairgrounds and food vans.
September Nerf Night
Friday, 6 September, 5.30pm to 7.30pm
Lollipops Bayswater, 68 Beechboro Road South, Bayswater
It’s time for war… A NERF WAR!! 🔫🔫 Lollipop’s Playland Bayswater is being turned into a NERF battleground yet again!
TICKET SALES ONLY! COMING SOON….
📅 Friday, September 6th 2019 📅
🕕5:30PM – 7:30PM 🕗
*Rules and conditions apply*
*Socks must be worn*
***$24.90 per Ticket, Adults FREE***
🍭 Cafe will be open
🍭 Nerf guns and bullets provided
🍭 Nugget meal included in ticket price
🍭 Suitable for ages 4-11 years
🍭 Hosted Games with supervision
Buy your tickets here.
Walk With Us: Out of the Shadows
Saturday, 7 September, 5am to 7am
Kings Park and Botanical Gardens, Fraser Avenue, Kings Park, Perth
Come walk with us at Lifeline WA’s ‘Out of the Shadows, into the Light’ walk on world suicide prevention day.
JOIN OUR GROUP & WALK WITH US
The coordinators of Blue Tree Project will be walking at this event which unites people from different backgrounds and communities who have been impacted by the death of a loved one through suicide.
WHEN: 7th Sept, 2019 (5am – 7am)
WHERE: Meet at the Wadjuk carpark, Kings Park from 5am (behind Fraser’s Kings Park) for bus transport to Roe Garden.
PRICE: Free. Registration needed
REGISTER BY: 10th August
The Out of the Shadows Walk is a free event giving people who have been touched by suicide a chance to remember their loved ones and walk with others, who like them, have been affected. The walk culminates in a short ceremony remembering those who have been lost to suicide. Participants will then collectively walk through the gardens of Kings Park and emerge out of the trees at the War Memorial as the sun rises over Perth city.
Coffee and muffins served at Botanical Cafe following the event!
Grab one of our beanies to keep your ears toasty for the early morning walk (pre-order only) with all proceeds donated to Lifeline WA.
Picnic in the Park
Saturday, 7 September, 9am to 11am
Robinson Reserve, Royal Street, Tuart Hill
To celebrate the beginning of Spring and our new Reserve, joins us for a morning Picnic!
There will be a Teddy Bears picnic themed storytime put on by the staff from the Osborne Library, giant games, and lots of neighbours to meet!
This will be in the hollow next to the new playground, not on the Main Oval.
Spring Road Kindy’s Open Day
Saturday, 7 September, 10am to 12pm
1A Spring Road, Kalamunda
A morning for past, present and future families to get together for a chat and play, or to check out this amazing kindergarten! All community members welcome.
Upcycled Painted Denim Workshop
Saturday, 7 September, 1pm to 3.30pm
Stirling Community Centres, 11 Royal Street, Tuart Hill
Do your bit for the environment and recycle that much loved pair of jeans with some hand painted designs!
Bring your old denim along and breathe new life into them. Don’t be worried if you don’t have any creative skills whatsoever, we will show you how to breeze through the techniques and encourage you to get arty!
• All participants must attend with at least one pair of jeans
• You are not restricted to one pair, have a go at a few techniques.
Faded blue denim looks best to work with, but feel free to bring along any pair of jeans you want to revitalise – it’s all about experimentation.
• Please bring an apron or an old shirt. The paint we are using is designed specifically to stay ON fabric and you do not want to damage your own clothing.
• This workshop is suitable for young people over the age of 10 if they are with a paying adult. There will be use of sharp instruments such as scissors throughout the workshop.
Bookings and prior payment essential: http://bit.ly/UpcycledPaintedDenim and light refreshments will be provided.
For all enquiries, please call 9205 7940.
Workshop: Birds in your Garden, Street or Reserve
Saturday, 7 September, 9.15am to 12.30pm
AH Bracks library, 431 Canning Highway, Melville
Saturday 7th September 9.15am-12.30pm.
Book for the workshop through the City of Melville: https://www.melvillecity.com.au/things-to-do/events/whats-on/birds-in-your-garden,-street-or-reserve-in-melvill
Learn how to identify, attract and care for the birds in your garden, reserve or street in the City of Melville. Discover what the different birds look like, what features to look out for when identifying them, what birds eat, how to use birdbaths, bird perches, bird books, binoculars and bird boxes, how to tell the difference between all those special birds we call “LBBs” – little brown birds and practise identifying them. And, there will be a special segment on how to attract birds to your garden, and what plants, food and conditions they need.
The Darling Range Branch of the WA Naturalists Club (DRB Nats), and Rachel and Mike Green, bird enthusiasts and experts, have teamed up with the City of Melville to put on this popular, interactive, workshop.
Bookings for the bird workshop are required even though it is free. Please book for the workshop through the City of Melville: https://www.melvillecity.com.au/things-to-do/events/whats-on/birds-in-your-garden,-street-or-reserve-in-melvill
Full details here: https://www.wanaturalists.org.au/events/birds-melville/
Harry Potter and the Subi Voice of Youth
Saturday, 7 September, 5.30pm to 9pm
Subiaco Library, 237 Rokeby Road, Subiaco
Muggles, witches and wizards! Enter the wonderful wizarding world of Harry Potter for one night only.
Come test your knowledge of everything Harry Potter at the annual Subi Voice of Youth Quiz Night.
Part quiz night, part scavenger hunt – expect the unexpected in a pop up wizarding world! Get a team together and join in the fun, with a Honeydukes Lolly Buffet, pizza, butterbeer* and over $500 of prizes on offer.
Costumes are encouraged, so come along in your Yule Ball best and be in the running to win the best dressed prize!
This free event is for people aged twelve to twenty-five. *Non-alcoholic, this is a strictly drug and alcohol free event.
Strictly limited places. Bookings open 7:00am Thursday 25 July. This event will book out!
Celebrate Spring at the Herdsman Lake Wildlife Centre
Sunday, 8 September, 2pm to 4pm
WA Gould League, Herdsman Lake Wildlife Centre, Selby Street, Wembley
Join us for a special Family Nature Day to celebrate Spring!
Meet some of our new arrivals, including these gorgeous Australian Wood Duck ducklings.
This fun family event will include a variety of hands-on art, craft and science activities especially for kids.
There will also be guided nature walks on the boardwalk around the lake so that you can meet some of the new hatchlings.
The event will run from 2pm to 4pm at the Herdsman Lake Wildlife Centre (Cnr Flynn & Selby Streets, Wembley).
Entry is $5 per person, $20 per family or free for Friends of the WA Gould League. Register online at www.wagouldleague.com.au.
Town of Mosman Park – Get Ready to Stomp!
Sunday, 8 September, 9.30am to 12.30pm
Memorial Park, Bay View Terrace, Mosman Park
STOMP! It’s not your average walk in the park.
It’s on again! The Mosman Park Youth Advisory Council are proud to announce another STOMP! event on Sunday 8 September 2019.
Just like television’s ‘The Amazing Race’, STOMP! will see teams of local young people aged 10 – 18 years travel by foot to various locations around Mosman Park where they will participate in exciting ‘Checkpoint Challenges’.
Groups will be comprised of 2 to 6 people and must register prior to the event. Checkpoint challenges will incorporate food, sport, art & craft, problem solving and environmental awareness so versatility and the willingness to have a go are a must.
Groups and individuals are welcome, but please note that any group with participants under 12 years must be accompanied by a supervising adult for the duration of the event.
Get your teams together, start training and stay tuned for registration details closer to the date.
XLR8 Family Fun Event
Sunday, 8 September, 2pm to 4pm
1633 Mandurah Road, Baldivis
What an awesome afternoon activity to do as a family! The Kids can help and encourage their adult team members commando crawling through the sand, whilst the adults can support their younger team members over the tyre wall.
This unique army assault course is insanely and amazingly fun!! Its a fun race against other families but we do not really mind how fast or slow you go, we do care about the FUN you’ll have!!
You will leave having had the best time with muddy fun and lifelong memories made.
We cannot wait to see you with the family, going through it, over it, under it and conquer it!
This is a FAMILY event for kids and their adult parents, uncles/aunties, grandparents, friends, care takers or else. There are 2 persons Family Ticket, 3, 4 & 5 persons Family Tickets! If you have a larger family, please contact us directly via: [email protected] and we’ll organize it with you.
Get your family, friends or neighbours to do it with you and get ready for a great time!
There is a limited number of tickets so don’t lose out and book your tickets today at www.baldivisfitness.com.au
Spring in the City – September Edition
Saturday, 14 September, 10am to 4pm
Yagan Square, Corner Wellington Street & William Street, Perth
Perth Makers Market is bringing our array of talented stallholders to Yagan Square for a Spring event so that you can shop local at markets year round!
Be sure to read our FAQ’s section on our website for any questions and click “Going” on our Facebook event to keep up to date with who is coming, promotions (there will be giveaways) and everything you need to know about this special market.
Saturday, 14 September, 10am to 2pm
Yanchep National Park, Corner Indian Ocean Dr & Yanchep Beach Road, Two Rocks
Nature Play WA and the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (Parks and Wildlife Services) are very excited to announce the return of Cubby Town for 2019!
Cubby town will be held on Saturday 14 September 2019 at the beautiful Yanchep National Park in partnership with the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (Parks and Wildlife Services) and the Department of Sport and Recreation through support from the City of Wanneroo and WA Parks Foundation.
Cubby Town returns for its third year, and will provide families with a wonderful opportunity to spend time together in nature. Build cubbies and forts, play with mud kitchens, create nature crafts and explore Yanchep National Park!
Thanks to Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (Parks and Wildlife Services), entry into Yanchep National Park is FREE!
To register your interest in attending the event, please visit
Perth Observatory – Starry Nights ages 8+
Saturday, 14 September, 8.30pm to 10.30pm
Perth Observatory, 337 Walnut Road, Bickley
Bring the family along to the Perth Observatory and peer through telescopes at the galaxy above. Learn how to spot the constellations and clusters which appear in our night sky. This is a FREE event. This event is supported by the WA Parks Foundation as part of Spring into Parks. Spring into Parks is presented by Chevron. Bookings are essential.
Saku Blossom Festival
Saturday, 14 September to Monday, 30 September, 8am to 3pm
S&R Orchards, 46 Halleendale Road, Walliston
Welcome to the
🌸 SAKU BLOSSOM FESTIVAL🌸 by S&R Orchard
📌 14-30 September 2019
Address: 46 Halleendale Rd. Walliston
Open 3 weekends only
Our Orchard is open in September for our annual Blossom Festival, and this year we are going Japanese. You can enjoy full bloom blossoms as you wander through Japanese art ⛩ , Street food, and activities.
Take beautiful photos for Instagram or Facebook with our exquisite Japanese art – it’ll almost feel like you’re in Japan!
S&R Orchard in Perth WA is opening their gates for visitors to come and enjoy the magical spectacle of their orchard in full blossom.
Located just 30 minutes’ drive from Perth’s CBD, in the beautiful hills, come and breath in the fresh country air, smell the sweet blossoms and take your best photos of the stunning flowers…!
Bring your family, friends, picnic baskets, and come and spend the day in our lovely orchard. There will be traditional Japanese food and drink, an ice cream van, animal farm, and a bouncy castle for the kids.
• ORCHARD, Picnic Grounds and Market Stalls
OPEN 8am – 5pm
Activities OPEN 9am – 3pm
• FREE ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
Animal Farm (weekends only)
Kids Veggie Planting (weekends only)
👑Flower Crown Making ($10 – weekends only)
🎟 ENTRY COST
Weekends Adult $10
KIDS UNDER 12 FREE
❌💳NO EFTPOS AVAILABLE
No bookings required
Plenty of parking available on site.
📷 Photographers are welcome at no extra charge.
Suitable for wheelchairs.
Central Wanneroo Markets
Sunday, 15 September, 9am to 1pm
3 Rocca Way, Wanneroo
VCMPerth Events is proud to bring you a new community market to Wanneroo!
The only dedicated local monthly event for your community!
Central Wanneroo Markets is a collaborative activation with the City of Wanneroo.
There will be invited displays and local community activities.
24th March- 5th May – 2nd June – 15 September – 13th October – 10th November – 15 December
To be held in Rocca Ways’ Wanneroo which is situated between the tavern and shopping complex.
9 am to 12.30 pm (subject to change)
A Walk in the Park 2019 – Parkinson’s WA
Sunday, 15 September, 9.30am to 1.30pm
Perry Lakes Reserve, Floreat
Back for 2019 is Parkinson’s WA annual flagship fundraising event, A Walk in the Park.
This annual event unites the WA Parkinson’s community with a 2km and 5km walk around the picturesque Perry Lakes Reserve in Floreat.
There will also be entertainment, food, prizes and more! Details will be released over the coming weeks and months.
Registrations are open now, visit: https://bit.ly/2YZzlqp
Join us as we are all #InThisTogether
Tails on the Trail
Sunday, 15 September, 9am to 2pm
Shelley Rossmoyne Foreshore Park, Riverton Drive, Shelley
Tails on the Trail is the City of Canning’s first ever dog event! It’s guaranteed tail-waggin’ fun!
Celebrating our community and their dogs, this is a free event taking place at the picturesque Shelley Foreshore Park. Enjoy either a 2km or 4km stroll along the Canning River (Dyarlgarro Beeliar) with your furry friend, followed by hours of fun and entertainment! The path is wheelchair and stroller friendly.
With over 25 stallholders to check out, you’ll find a great variety of dog food and treats, dog toys and accessories and other dog service providers, as well as human food trucks, roving entertainment, live stage talks/shows and some very cute adoptables!
9:15am – 4km walkers depart
9:30am – 2km walkers depart
There will be two puppy parades at 11:15am and 12:45pm with ‘best dressed’ competitions for style-conscious pups, chosen by the audience. Challenge your pup on the Canine Adventure Course, take a snap in the photo booth, or have a splash with Pups on Sups.
Looking for something else? We are also offering numerous free sports activities, DIY doggie treat feeders & claw prints, pop up chill spaces and more.
So come along on Sunday 15 September between 9am and 2pm and have a great day out with your furry family member (social doggies on lead are welcome). Check out our socials and website to learn more – you’d be barking mad to miss out!
Don’t forget your keep cup and reusable water bottle! Free water and compostable dog waste bags will be available (while stocks last).
*It is a condition of entry that dogs remain on leash in the event area for the duration of the event – if your fur kid needs to get some zoomies out of their system, there are two off-lead areas filled with toys (one for big dogs, the other for little pups).
*Registrations are for attendance numbers only; no need to print your ticket – just turn up on the day!
LOW WASTE | SMOKE FREE | ACCESSIBLE
2019 Anniversary Festival
Sunday, 15 September, 8.30am to 10.30pm
Hotham Valley Railway, 1 Marrinup Street, Dwellingup
With both the Steam Ranger and Forest Trains operating, craft and entertainment stalls, live music and much more, the 2019 event will be huge!
Advanced booking of train tickets is now open via 0862781111.
Baby Steps into Nature Play
Thursday, 19 September, 9am to 1pm
John Graham Reserve, Woodman Recreational Park, Nyyerbup Circle, Coogee
Nature Play WA and the WA Parks Foundation are very excited to announce a brand new event at John Graham Reserve within the Woodman Point Regional Park.
Being held on Thursday 19 September 2019, Baby Steps into Nature Play will provide families with mini nature players with the tools, resources and assistance to create flower crowns, paint rocks, and get messy and muddy with clay and mud play. Additional activities include bubbles and story time, as well as a special visit from our friends at Educated by Nature.
Bookings for this event are limited, and registration is essential. To register for this event, please visit the link below.
Disney Family Theme Night
Friday, 20 September, 5.30pm to 7.30am
Fired! Ceramic Cafe, 29 Winton Road, Joondalup
Don’t be late for this important date. Join us for a supper fun evening of disney themed ceramic painting.
Test your disney knowledge with our musical movie quizz. Great prizes up for grabs.
$10 deposit pp required at time of booking.
Contact the store to make a booking. Tel 0423 325 057.
Moora Show 2019
Saturday, 21 September, 10am to Midnight
The annual Moora Show, entertainment for the whole family. Horse classes, wool and grain classes, bar with live music and fireworks display.
Sewing with Scraps – Denim Craft Class
Saturday, 21 September, 2.30pm to 4.30pm
The Wetlands Centre Cockburn, 184 Hope Road, Bibra Lake
Cost $5 / Registration Required
Turn your old denim jeans, shorts or skirt into a variety of useful and fun items. In this fun workshop Jude Ludlum will show you how they can be cut up to make wreaths, decorations, bags, bibs, aprons, cushions and many other things.
For this workshop you won’t need a sewing machine, just your imagination and some denim to cut up. Bring your favourite scraps of fabric, buttons, lace, needles, thread and scissors.
This workshop is suitable for all skill levels, ages 8 and over.
Guided Indigenous Walk – Rehabilitating Roe 8
Saturday, 21 September, 9.30am to 11.30am
Malvolio Road, Coolbellup
Free event – registration required
Meet at the entry gate on Malvolio Rd
It’s Djilba and time to collect yams. Join an experienced indigenous guide on a tour of the local bushland within the Roe 8 corridor. Learn about bush tucker, the six seasons and stories from the dreamtime.
Bush tucker morning tea provided.
Please wear enclosed shoes and BYO hat and water bottle.
Bookings essential (limited places).
Suitable for 4 years plus, no pram access.
Rockingham Twilight Markets
Saturday, 21 September, 5pm to 8pm
Bell Park Reserve, Rockingham Beach Road, Rockingham
Join us for the first of the Rockingham Twilight Markets Series ✨
Come along for a night on the foreshore,
listen to live music and enjoy spectacular views of Rockingham Foreshore.
Browse handmade market stalls, meet local business owners and community groups.
Grab a bite to eat from gourmet food vendors and take part in the activities on offer!
Saturday 21 September
5pm to 8pm
Bell Park on Rockingham Beach Road
Doggies Day Out 2019
Sunday, 22 September, 10am to 3pm
Whiteman Park, Entry off Lord Street or Beechboro Road, Whiteman
This one is a celebration especially for the Park’s pooches!
The paw-pular Doggies Day Out returns to Whiteman Park on Sunday 22 September, celebrating all things canine!
This year, we’re back at Mussel Pool West where you’ll have loads of space to roam the event to find local pet services, pick up loads of great pet products and generally have fun with your four-legged family members! The kids won’t miss out either, with a face painter and Scooby Doo bouncy castle to keep them entertained. This is truly an event for the whole family – pooch and all!
Dogs are permitted and encouraged to attend the event, but must be on a lead at all times and dogs requiring muzzles by law must wear them at all times during the event.
Parking is available at Mussel Pool on the cricket pitch or car parks 20, 22, 24 – 26 (plus ACROD parking at car park 27). Alternatively, park in the Village and catch a train or tram to the event!
Sunset Coast Run 2019
Sunday, 22 September, 6.30am to 12.30pm
Tom Simpson Park, Oceanside Promenade, Mullaloo
Introducing – The Sunset Coast Community Run a great way to welcome spring and kick into fitness. Own the sunrise and join hundreds of others to celebrate the milder weather with run distances for everyone. Family entertainment, sports expo and food at our local Mullaloo restaurants and cafes.
Stroll, roll, run or race over the distance options of:
– 2km Run/Walk
– 5km Run/Walk
– 10km Run/Race
– 21km Run/Race
* Own the sunrise on the Sunset Coast Run on this breathtaking stretch of coastline.
* Start and finish at the stunning Mullaloo Beach location.
* Undulating coastal course with distances to suit everyone and every running level or walking ability.
* Open to people of all ages – individuals, groups and families, corporate and sporting teams and parents with prams.
Get tickets here.
2019 Perth Makers Market – Applecross
Sunday, 22 September, 9.30am to 3.30pm
Heathcote Cultural Precinct, 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)
– Giant Garden Games
– Pirate Ship Playground
Wednesday, 25 September to Sunday, 29 September
Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, Ormsby Terrace, Mandurah
All children, except one, grow up.
When a mysterious boy named Peter Pan and his fairy, Tinkerbell, fly into the nursery of the Darling children, an adventure like no other begins…
Join Wendy, John and Michael as they are spirited away to Neverland, where an ongoing war between Peter and his mischievous gang of Lost Boys and the evil pirate Captain Hook is taking place.
In this creative adaptation of J.M Barrie’s classic where fairies roam, sinister mermaids gladly take you to the depths and a giant crocodile stalks the island, Peter Pan brings to life the adventurous spirit in all of us.
Written By J. M. Barrie
Stray Cats Theatre Company
Director: Karen Francis
Choreographer: Lisa Taylor
Port Kennedy Twilight Festival
Friday, 27 September, 5pm to 8pm
Port Kennedy Veteran Memorial Park, Warnbro Sound Avenue, Port Kennedy
Let’s spring into the new season with a family friendly festival!
Celebrating all things Rockingham with local market stalls, food vans, small businesses and performances from local dance schools & musician’s!
Children will be entertained with a variety of free & low cost activities.
Friday 27 September | 5pm to 8pm
Veterans Memorial Park
Endeavour Drive, Port Kennedy
* Pet Friendly
Bring Your Furry Friend Food Truck Fiesta
Saturday, 28 September, 5pm to 8.30pm
Barriedale Park, Barridale Drive, Kingsley
The very first Bring Your Furry Friend Food Truck Fiesta is coming to Barridale Park in Kingsley!
This event combines a vast array of delicious food trucks with your favourite animal friendly stalls! Not just for doggo’s, feel free to bring your cat, bird, ferret – whatever friendly pet you think can handle the fiesta!
✔️ LIVE ENTERTAINMENT by amazing local talent
✔️ EXPERT advice from the best in the pet industry
✔️ DELICIOUS international food trucks
Stalls will showcase information on pet sitting, pet friendly treats, pet fashion, dog walking and so much more, to be announced. Speak to the best of the best in the local industry, all with extensive knowledge & experience.
No need to even bring your pet, as you will also be able to enjoy a bouncy castle, silent disco, live DJ & lots of entertainment for the big kids & little kids!
Herdsman Lake Walk
Sunday, 29 September, from 8.30am
Pearson Street, Churchlands
Join Us and Spring into Parks for a beautiful Sunday Morning Walk, we will meet in the car park at Popeye Lake just just look for the sign on Pearson Street at 8.30am for an 8.45am sharp start. Open to all social, friendly walkers and runners, everyone walks at their own pace our walks go for approx 1.5hrs. Refreshments will be provided at the end of the walk. The event is supported by the WA Parks Foundation as part of Spring into Parks.
York Medieval Fayre 2019
Sunday, 29 September
23 South Street, York
Join us for a great day out!
Warriors in Mock Battles
Archery and Weapon Displays
Loads of Family-Friendly Kids Activities
To be held at one venue
Children under 14 years free!
Gates open 9am
Part proceeds to Perth Homeless.
Great day out for a good cause.
Shire of Mundaring – What on Earth Open Day
Sunday, 29 September, 10am to 3pm
Mundaring will come alive on Sunday 29 September for the second What On Earth Open Day.
Encompassing the Mundaring Arts Centre, Mundaring Hall, Sculpture Park and surrounding locations, the open day presents a hive of flora inspired activity.
The annual open day involves a collection of community groups, artists and businesses from across WA, brought together to showcase their botanical passion, with plants, crafts and food for sale, art activities and demonstrations, self-guided walks, environmental displays and more.
Visit midlandjunctionartscentre.com.au or mundaringartscentre.com.au to view the full program of What On Earth events and workshops.
Rockingham Skatepark Series – Spring 2019
Sunday, 29 September to Thursday, 12 October, 10am to 4pm
Port Kennedy Skatepark, 8-12 Endeavour Drive, Port Kennedy
The City will be hosting a number of Skatepark events these school holidays at the brand new Port Kennedy Skatepark.
All activities are free and open to riders at every skill level, recommended for ages 4+. Everyone is welcome to get involved!
Registrations will be taken on the day, just head down to the Skatepark and look for the coaching staff. All activities are run by qualified coaches and align with best practice for each discipline.
Riders are reminded to respect the activity happening at the park, if they aren’t participating please allow for others to use the space during allocated times.
Southern Cross Car & Bike Show & Swap Meet
Sunday, 29 September, 10am to 11pm
Spica Street, Southern Cross
Car & Bike Show and Swap Meet with free camping. Gates open at 10am to the public. Food vans, market stalls, free kids facepainting & rides. Bar open during the day and into the night with music. A two course evening meal is available to purchase for all that wish to stay.
Car enthusiasts must be in place by 9.30am unless prior arrangement has been made. $5 entry fee per vehicle. Entries via our website https://www.yilgarnmotoringenthusiasts.com
Local & General Markets – Sept
Monday, 30 September, 11am to 2pm
Gary Holland Centre, 19 Kent Street, Rockingham
Join us on Monday 30th of September (Public Holiday) inside the Gary Holland Centre!
These markets will be held from 11am to 2pm and host a variety of handmade & unique stalls inside along with buskers and a craft station for the kids!
Come along and support all things local!
A range of gourmet food vendors will be attending providing delicious lunch & dessert options! There will also be a small mix of local businesses & community groups
Local & General Markets
Monday 30th September | 11am to 2pm
Inside & outside the Gary Holland Centre
XLR8 Kids Hols
Monday, 30 September, 10am to 12pm
1633 Mandurah Road, Baldivis
These awesome XLR8 Kids holiday events are simply the best, they are always fun, active, exciting and challenging for all kids from 5 to 14 years!!! Mud and water are all part of the amazing XLR8 event this coming Holiday. AND, we are introducing a BRAND NEW…3KM track!!!
Apart from the 1KM & 2KM track you can now also choose the premium 3KM track!!!
Kids of all athletic abilities are encouraged to join in as there is no better way to connect with their own inner warrior and with their sporty friends and fellow friendly racers whilst they run, walk, crawl, climb and jump their way through a fun-filled obstacle course that helps them discover just how XLR8 strong they really are.
XLR8 Kids events provide a safe outdoor environment where having fun and getting dirty is mandatory!
It inspires the kids to have a go, trust their own abilities and challenges them to be fearless and confident!
XLR8 offers the choice between the 1KM, 2KM or the 3KM course.
XLR8 doesn’t put any restrictions on what track you can do based on age, it is your choice – it is mostly your child’s ability and will-power that determines which track they will complete. The only stipulation is that they are healthy and fit to do the course independently.
The brand new 3KM track is our premium challenge for those kids that are fit, resilient, in the older age group OR may have conquered the 2KM “easy-ish” before!
You can register 1 child or multiple kids from 5 years to 14 years old at the same time. Please register the children’s name, not your own so their certificate is in the correct name. We hope you can stay till all children have passed the finish line so your child can receive his or her own personalised certificate.
Cost for the 1KM and 2KM: $25pp (+gst + EB fee).
For the (new) 3KM track the cost is $31.75 (+gst, Eventbrite fee).
ITS GOING TO BE FUN, EXCITING AND UNIQUE TO WA | COME ALONG | JOIN IN | COMPETE | COMPLETE AND CONQUER!!!
Get tickets now at: www.baldivisfitness.com.au
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