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
Every Sunday | Oct – Mar | 2–4pm | Front Garden | Free Entry Enjoy free performances by leading local and touring acts every Sunday until March in our idyllic Front Garden. The concert series has been going strong for more than 30 years and now attracts an average of 1000 music lovers every weekend.
Working Class Man: An Evening of Stories & Songs is the sequel to the acclaimed and hugely successful live show Jimmy performed alongside his first bestselling memoir - “Working Class Boy”.This new live show and book - both written by Jimmy - begins in 1974 as he leaves Adelaide in the back of an old bread truck with a then-unknown rock group called Cold Chisel. They trace the legendary band’s long climb to the top and their subsequent implosion. The story then picks up as Jimmy carves out a new solo career for himself. He becomes the country’s biggest rock star before drugs and alcohol bring him to his knees and he eventually rebuilds his life thanks to the love of his wife and his family. It’s a spellbinding and searingly honest reflection on success, fame and addiction. “… anyone seeking an emotional, dark, funny, exciting theatrical event — and a powerful singer still in grea... More
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.
Museum of Water is a radically different museum that showcases, in Australia’s driest state, our connection to the world’s most essential life source. For over a year UK artist Amy Sharrocks and WA custodians have been towing a rusty trailer, collecting watery donations and the memories that go with them. Now we can gather the whole collection together at Fremantle Arts Centre. Wander through a WA landscape where you can see more than 500 bottles of water, each with its own remarkable story. There are samples from a Dragon Tree Soak, grey water from a laundry, a splash from a Paralympian’s swimming pool. Follow a stream of water words as the Museum’s custodians share the many tales behind each bottle. Or share your own story and add to the collection by donating a bottle of water that is precious to you.
A city. A family. A collection of magnificence. Introducing the private collection of one of Florence's most eminent families, the Corsini family. Featuring Renaissance and Baroque paintings by artists such as Botticelli, Tintoretto, Caravaggio and Pontormo - these extraordinary works of art have been preserved over centuries, surviving the devastation of World War II and the great flood of Florence. This personal collection includes portraits, landscapes, mythological and religious paintings, plus fascinating decorative objects and furniture from the Palazzo Corsini. Leaving the city it's called home for 600 years, this is the first time this collection has toured outside of Italy and will be the only showing in Australia. Experience for yourself this uniquely visual history of passion, fortune, and survival at the Art Gallery of WA from 24 February to 18 June 2018.
Make a night of it under the stars at American Express Open-air Cinemas. Bringing a season of good times to 10 cities across Australia and New Zealand, experience summer at its best with live music, sunset drinks, food, fun and flicks. American Express Card Members are invited to relax and enjoy the full VIP cinema experience by purchasing a ticket for the American Express Invites Lounge. American Express Card Members also save 15% on selected tickets as well as complimentary blanket hire. All guests can chillax to the max with the variety of seating options available and add a touch of comfort to a night under the stars with a blanket and lounger which can be hired as part of any ticket package. Premium tickets to the Star Lounge include reserved seating on a comfy lounger, service straight to your seat and a glass of wine. You’re welcome to BYO dog to all of our screenings,... More
Crab Fest is the largest free community event in Western Australia and will be held on 17 and 18 March attracting over 120,000 locals and visitors to the City of Mandurah. The event showcases the lifestyle, location, culture and talent that makes Mandurah so unique. Of course, Crab Fest would not be Crab Fest without a celebration of the native blue manna crab! Fresh food, live music, performances, children’s entertainment, competitions, cooking demonstrations, celebrities, aquatic entertainment… the list goes on. If you want a taste of Mandurah this is the festival for you!