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September in Perth & Western Australia

September is Springtime in Australia and which means wildflower festivals and tours in Western Australia.

September 2015 Events in Perth and Western Australia

  • 3 September (Thursday) 2015 – Australian National Flag Day – The Australian Flag was first raised on this day in 1901. (See Themes4parties – Australia Day for Australian themed party decorations)
  • 6 September (Sunday) 2015 – Father’s Day – (See Father’s Day Gift ideas – Australia.)
  • 19 September (Saturday) 2015 – Talk Like a Pirate Day – See the International Talk Like a Pirate Day website for tips on pirate-speak. (If you’re planning an event, click here for Pirate Party Ideas.)
  • 25 September (Friday) 2015 – School ends for Mid-Semester, Term 3 break WA schools – (See Australian school holiday dates.)
  • 28 September (Monday) 2015 – Queens Birthday Public Holiday (See AU school and public holiday dates.) Non-metropolitan local authorities may celebrate the Queen’s Birthday Public Holiday on an alternative date.
  • 29 September (Tuesday) 2015 – National Police Remembrance Day – Held annually on 29 September, the day provides an opportunity for serving and retired police members, their families and the public to honour the memory of officers who have given their lives in the line of duty.

September Events from the forum

These events are in the order that they have been posted - not in date order.


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Half-Day Spring Tour of Leeuwin-Naturaliste National ParkHalf-Day Spring Tour of Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, Perth
Witness the annual migration of whales and wander through amazing stands of endemic orchids and wild flowers. Visit spectacular lookouts at iconic hotspots which give you a great opportunity to see humpback whales from the comfort of the shore. see more info and booking details from Viator

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