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Sunday, 3 July 2016

Events in Western Austrialia this July

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JULY 2016

Winter Festival 

June 24 to July 17
Fremantle, Experience Perth
Winter Festival is returning to Esplanade Reserve in Fremantle from June 24 to July 17. Visitors to the event can experience 24 days of outdoor ice-skating fun, with skating sessions kicking off from 9am to 10pm Sunday to Thursday, and 9am to 11pm on Friday and Saturdays. Australia's largest pop-up ice-skating rink (sitting at 600 square metres), will be accompanied by a two story wrap around bar, new family rides and winter entertainment.

Stars on the Bastion

July 2
Wyndham, Australia's North West
Wyndham Stars on the Bastion is a night of fine dining and entertainment by some of Australia's top country music singers, set on top of the spectacular Bastion Range – one of Australia's best lookouts. Start this amazing experience off by taking in the magnificent sunset on top of the 'Bastion' at the Five Rivers lookout. Enjoy an evening listening to Australia's own talented music artists, both well-known and rising stars.

Mowanjum Festival

July 7
Derby, Australia's North West
A public concert featuring more than 200 Aboriginal performers from across the Kimberley region. The festival is a celebration of Indigenous cultural life for the people of the Kimberley, in particular the Worora, Ngarinyin and Wunumbul people involving dance, music, song, story and art. Prior to the performance, free afternoon workshops are held by Aboriginal artists which include Boab Nut carving, Ochre painting and Didgeridoo playing.




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