Our sermon messages are very contemporary, Scripture based and life-applicable with Powerpoint presentation. Our music is beautiful with stylish traditional hymns. Afrikaans worship services are offered once a month (8.30am last Sunday of the month) to mainly South African, Zimbabwean and Namibian immigrants speaking or understanding Afrikaans, led by a Dutch Reformed Church minister. Awaken is a group of young people, consisting of students, young workers and those who are young at heart who run worship services (6.00pm) on the first and third Sunday of every month. The music and messages are very contemporary, Scripture based and relevant to life today.
Experience the underground world of a limestone cave on a 45 minute guided tour. See Perth’s only tourist cave and experience an underground wonderland full of natural cave decorations such as stalagmites, helictites, columns and shawls throughout this 'stream cave'. During the guided walk you will discover the cave’s history, geology and the ecosystem that lies within. Crystal Cave’s constant temperature makes this tour a comfortable all-year-round experience. Booking not required
Come and meet our koala colony! Learn all about this fascinating animal at a free daily talk on the koala boardwalk. You'll discover what makes the koala so special, the history of the colony at Yanchep and what we can to do to help their environment. What to bring ? All your unanswered questions about Koalas! Booking not required
This free exhibition takes a step back in time to a period (1993–2005) when First Nation Badimaya artist, Julie Dowling, was emerging as one of the most important artists in Western Australia and the country. In this period, the real-life stories she shared about First Nations peoples’ experience in this country were abrupt, brutal and challenging. Many of the stories she shared were, and still are, largely unknown or acknowledged in mainstream Australian society. Individual and group portraits of the artist, her family and friends paintings, drawn from the State Art Collection, make up the thirty-nine paintings on display.
Avast ye landlubber! A gruesome band of pirates will be commandeering the WA Maritime Museum to teach ye what it takes to be a truly horrible pirate. Cap'n your own pirate ship, design a fearsome flag, and arm yer'self with wicked weapons – from cutlasses to cannons. Discover the rigorous rules and perilous punishments that was a part of life aboard ship, and gather 'round to hear tales of menacing pirate men and women.
“ALADDIN is the must-see show of the year and “Broadway’s biggest new hit!” - Entertainment Weekly. From the producer of The Lion King, the beloved story of Aladdin comes to thrilling theatrical life in this bold new musical. The New York Times says it’s “Fabulous!” and “Extravagant! It defies expectations.” Filled with daring adventure, classic comedy and timeless romance, ALADDIN is “Pure Genie-us!” raves USA Today.”
Celebrating the best in Nordic cinema exclusively at Palace cinemas, the Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival will offer a strong program this year curated from across Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland and Finland. The host of Australian premieres represents the high calibre and original cinema from the Nordic region, including award-winners recognised both at home and abroad
One of the world's most popular football clubs will be coming to Perth in July 2018 for an Australian-exclusive match against local team Perth Glory. To be held at the new state-of-the-art Optus Stadium, it will be the first ever match-up of the two teams. Chelsea fans have been treated to blockbuster after blockbuster with their club asserting itself as one of the most successful Premier League outfits of the past 15 years, winning 13 major titles since 2002. Tickets are likely to be in high demand for this once-in-a-lifetime event, so register your interest today.
Almost 25 years ago, Fremantle Arts Centre presented the ground breaking exhibition Bush Women: Fresh Art from Remote WA, the first showcase of works by WA Aboriginal artists from the Kimberley region and the Ngaanyatjarra Lands of the Western Desert. Now Bush Women: 25 Years On reassembles the works of Paji Honeychild Yankkarr, Daisy Andrews, Queenie McKenzie (Gara-Gara), Tjapartji Kanytjuri Bates, Tjingapa Davies and Pantjiti Mary McLean a quarter of a century later.Bush Women was originally shown in 1994 and marked a significant moment in WA art history, highlighting the practices of senior female Aboriginal artists from remote parts of the state for the first time. The collection of paintings, some of which were created at FAC during artist residencies, showcased a wide, varied and often surprising style of works. The exhibition’s original curator John Kean said “Bush Women t... More
The WA Charity Orchestra & WA Wind Symphony collaborate to bring you one spectacular concert featuring over 100 musicians. Experience planet earth as imagined by composers throughout the world. From the beauty of the rivers in Europe to the breathtaking Australian outback, hear symphonic soundscapes that will transport you to different lands.