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Bunbury Markets - Bunbury, WA (1st and 3rd Saturdays each month)

Within the Queens Gardens, the Bunbury Markets is an opportunity for artisans to sell their crafts and for members of the community to support their endeavours. Stallholders include growers, artists and producers from around the Bunbury region. Buy a cup of coffee and a bite to eat and have a gander at what's on offer. 

Kings Park Festival - Perth, WA (1-30 September 2017)

Celebrate this year's theme "Where The Wildflowers Are" at the Kings Park and Botanic Garden in Perth. This September, the gardens are vibrant with flowers, talks, workshops, and music. Bring a couple friends, your partner, or the whole family to the festivities. Play lawn games at the Botanic Base or create your own bouquet of native plants in a workshop with our Festival Florist.

RAC Wildflower Tour - Chittering and Avon Valleys, WA (2-23 September 2017)

Every Saturday throughout September, flower guru Anne Newman will be leading tours to scenic spots outside of Perth for a bit of wildflower education. Enjoy a scenic drive through the countryside, insightful knowledge from Anne, and nibbles provided throughout the day. Book ahead and secure your spot on this exciting tour.  

Perth Royal Show - Perth, WA (22-30 September 2017)

Swig back freshly shucked oysters and sample some of the best wine in the state at the annual Perth Royal Show. You're probably getting bored of the same old bottle you always buy for dinners with friends. Eight days of the best produce and wine on offer - so how about buy a few reds for the next BBQ? 

Carnival of the Animals - Bunbury, WA (30 September 2017)

Juggling zebras, skipping kangaroos and dancing elephants - dive into the wondrous Carnival of Animals with Circa. Recreating the sense of sheer delight and awe you have from watching a spectacle as a child, the creator of this events hopes to instill that same sense of magic to both children and adults. A circus like none you have ever seen, sit down and watch this playful carnival of talented performers (both human and otherwise). 

Fremantle Craft Beer Tour Cruise - Fremantle, WA (October 2017 - May 2018)

Mmmm, froth. We love it, and we love the varieties provided in our city. Take a cruise down Swan River with Captain Cook Cruises, to then go on a walking tour of the best bars in Fremantle. Eat a filling, scrumptious pub meal and wash it down with some of the best beers on offer in Western Australia. 

Entwined In the Valley - Swan Valley, WA (12-15 October 2017)

Once a year, over a long weekend, we celebrate everything the Swan Valley stands for. Food. Wine. Music. Fun. Arts. Culture. Workshops. Entertainment. Known collectively as Entwined in the Valley, it's the signature event of this ever-burgeoning humane food region. Held 12-15th October, our park has 2 and 3 night packages available. Call 1800 679 992 to discuss your options.

Fremantle Folk Festival - Fremantle, WA  (14 October 2017)

A day of family fun and folk music in our fair Fremantle. With bigger names and more artists, this year is set to be the best FFF yet! Circus WA will be making a grand appearance with circus kids workshops and face painters will delight children with their creations. This year they have even added a "family ticket", to make it more affordable for you and the whole clan. Book your ticket today to ensure your entry into this wonderful festival. 

Fremantle Festival - Fremantle, WA (27 October - 5 November 2017)

One of the most highly anticipated festivals of the season, the Fremantle Festival is a display of free and ticketed shows: comedy, dance, theatre, fashion, visual arts and more. Watch the famous indigenous Wardarnji group perform some of the oldest songs and dances in the world, submit your own artwork to be featured in The State Collection, or listen to Blue Mountains singer Jack Laddery carry you with his baritone voice. Eat fantastic food on the strip, explore the venues and enjoy the performances.