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
Go on a quest across land, sea, and space to discover the fascinating ways maps and navigation are used in everyday life in Scitech’s newest feature exhibition, Map Your World in the BHP Exhibition Gallery. In Map Your World, you will use different methods of navigation to find your way through shipwrecks, escape a virtual building, and pilot a simulated underwater exploration vehicle. Take on the challenge of a giant game of Battleships, operate a sonar scanner or learn to use the stars to find your way across both land and ocean, just as our ancestors did thousands of years ago. Map Your World will be featuring at Scitech until April 2019, entry available through General Admission tickets.
The Scarborough Beach Association (SBA) are delighted to announce the return of the ever popular Scarborough Sunset Markets, commencing 1 November and running every Thursday night until 25 April, 2019.Kicking off Thursday November 1 and now spanning from the purpose built Scarborough Square down to the crisp white sands of the Amphitheatre , each week the beachfront will once again ignite into a celebration of all that makes this location truly special - mesmerising sunsets, crystal blue ocean, crisp white sands, a foodies’ oasis, thirst quenching bevies, live music, creative artists and curated pop up stores- while encouraging locals, families and visitors to continue rediscovering Scarborough.
Rooftop Movies is Perth’s first rooftop cinema. It is open during Perth’s summer months and screens a variety of films from cult classics to recent releases. Producers of FRINGE WORLD Festival present an open-air cinema experience like no other, six levels above the ground in the centre of the city, complete with an exciting film program. Make sure to get a shot of the panoramic views from the beanbags of the Perth city skyline.
The Twilight Hawkers Market is Perth’s original & biggest Street Food Market bringing the tastiest street food from around the globe to the heart of Perth. Held in Forrest Place from 4.30pm – 9.30pm this is the place to be on a Friday night over summer – meet with friends after work, grab a bite to eat pre-show or bring the family into town to enjoy the ambience of this wonderful market serving up authentic, delicious street food with live local music to add to the atmosphere. Running all the way through the balmy summer months you’ll find us in the centre of the city every Friday night from October – April each year.
Experience a perfect night under the stars at Moonlight Cinemas! Australia’s favourite outdoor cinema is back this summer showing advance screenings, summer blockbusters and fan favourites in Perth's iconic May Drive Parkland, in Kings Park and Botanic Garden. Moonlight Cinema will present an exciting program of latest releases and film favourites this outdoor cinema season. So pack a picnic, grab a beanbag and enjoy a movie under the stars this summer!
Held in the beautiful Windsor Park next to Perth Zoo from 9am - 4pm the first Sunday of each month, South Perth Community Market is a vibrant hub of activity with a wonderful selection of handpicked stallholders, food, art, fun activities for the kids and so much more! In this relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, you can mingle with Perth's awesome makers and creators. Entry is FREE and all are welcome - including your beloved dog!
Idolatry and mythological archetypes are reimagined in the ceramics and wall works of Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran and Renee So in Idols. Working primarily in figurative ceramics, both artists aim to challenge and overturn old perspectives on gendered power structures and the aesthetics of spiritualities. Nithiyendran creates rough-edged, vibrant, new-age sculptures that are at once enticing and confronting. He experiments with form and scale in the context of figurative sculpture to explore the politics of sex, monuments, gender and religion. He draws on his Hindu and Christian heritage as reference points, as well as the internet, fashion and art history. In hand-built stoneware sculptures and machine knitted textile works, Renee So also explores constructions of masculinity, femininity and gender-based power structures. Underpinning these works is a deep interest in the history o... More
SHIRE OF MUNDARING OPEN ART ACQUISITION EXHIBITION. The routes through Mundaring have been travelled by many. Some have journeyed to the hills for economic opportunities while others have remained to call this picturesque landscape home for generations. An ongoing flow of different peoples has cultivated a diverse regional character, rich in talent, skill and personal stories. Whether spending a short, long, transitory, or continuing presence in the Hills region, Mundaring has developed into a community that values its connections to its past while inspiring a creative future. The acquisition exhibition for 2019 is an open format, for which artists are invited to respond to the theme of place and space by creating works that explore their material and/or intangible connections to the Shire of Mundaring. Artists are encouraged to reflect and explore these connections and articulat... More
Desert River Sea: Portraits of the Kimberley is the highly anticipated culmination of the Art Gallery of WA’s six-year Kimberley visual arts project, supported by Rio Tinto. This landmark exhibition showcasing the vibrant and contemporary creative talent of Kimberley artists opens with a cultural celebration on 9 February 2019. New works from six Kimberley art centres and three independent artists will be presented alongside a selection of legacy works from art centre collections. Together with works from AGWA’s collection, the exhibition offers a rare experience of the land, artists and art of the Kimberley. Artists and art centres represented in the Desert River Sea exhibition include: Darrell & Garry Sibosado (Lombadina); Daniel Walbidi (Bidyadanga); Kira Kiro Art Centre (Kalumburu) and artist collectives from Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency (Fitzroy Crossing); Mowanjum A... More