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Perth What’s On

The BCL Perth What’s On pages have one events page per month. These pages have public holidays, school holidays and major events. Pages also include theatres, cinemas, festivals and other things to do.

See pages for each month: January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December | Find out more about posting your event here.

April in Perth & Western Australia

Change Your Smoke Alarm Battery Day – Under Australian law, all owners of homes and units are required to install at least one 9V battery-operated smoke alarm designed to last a year or longer. This national awareness day aims to highlight the importance of general fire safety and the role smoke alarms play in house […] See more

August in Perth & Western Australia

22 to 28 August 2015 – CBCA Children’s Book Week – Celebrating Australian books, authors and illustrators. The CBCA celebrates its 70th Anniversary in 2015.The Book Week theme will be Books light up our world   (see our BCL page on Book Week). Move on to September events Post your events of the forum to appear […] See more

Cinemas in Perth Western Australia

Perth and Western Australian Cinemas Movies by Burswood Outdoor cinema next to the Burswood Entertainment Complex, on the foreshore of the Swan River, with a second venue at Bassendean in the BIC Reserve behind the Town of Bassendean Council offices on Guildford Road corner of Wilson Street. Greater Union Cinemas / Birch, Carroll & Coyle - At Innaloo […] See more

December in Perth & Western Australia

3 December (Thursday) 2015 - International Day of People with Disability - Aims to promote an understanding of people with a disability and encourage support for their dignity, rights and well-being. 5 December (Saturday) 2015 - International Volunteer Day is celebrated on December 5th each year to thank volunteers for their efforts and increase public […] See more

Exhibitions and Galleries Perth Western Australia

Perth Exhibitions, Galleries and Museums Artrage - A production company. Art Deco Society of Western Australia - Encourages the appreciation of Western Australia's Art Deco heritage. Art Gallery of Western Australia The Association of Western Australian Art Galleries - Guide for art galleries in Western Australia. Bunbury Regional Art Galleries Central TAFE Art Gallery Elements […] See more

February in Perth & Western Australia

1 February (Monday) 2016 – School Term 1 begins in Western Australian schools.  Chinese New Year (For Chinese New Year party and costume ideas see ThemesForParties: Oriental). 6 February (Saturday) 2016 – New Zealand (Waitangi) Day Celebrations – Waitangi Day is New Zealand’s annual celebration of the signing of the Waitangi Treaty. 14 February (Sunday) 2016 […] See more

Festivals Perth and Western Australia

Concerts / Festivals / Special Events Blues at Bridgetown BOCS Ticketing Denmark Festival of Voice Fly By Night Musicians Club is a not for profit community musicians club and music venue located in the heart of Fremantle Fremantle Festival Good Food and Wine Show Mandurah Performing Arts Centre Metropolis Fremantle Perth Concert Hall Perth Fashion […] See more

Historical Places To Go in Perth Western Australia

Art Gallery of Western Australia The Berndt Museum of Anthropology City of Perth - See Perth Town Hall Fremantle Prison The Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail the heritage trail extends from Mundaring in the west to Kalgoorlie in the east of WA and includes a number of historical attractions and museums. Government House His Majesty's Theatre […] See more

January in Perth & Western Australia

1 January (Friday) 2016 – New Years Day (Public Holiday – it’s a long weekend!) 26 January (Tuesday) 2016 – Australia Day – Public Holiday. see Themes For Parties.com.au for Australia Day party ideas and costumes). Move on to February events Post your events of the forum to appear above (here's how) […] See more

July in Perth & Western Australia

3 July (Friday) 2015 - WA School Semester 1 ends - (See Australian school holiday dates.) 4 July (Saturday) 2015 - American Independence Day - (See costume and party ideas at ThemesForParties.com.au.) 14 July (Tuesday) 2015 - Bastille Day - the French national holiday celebrated on 14 July each year. 20 July (Monday) 2015 - WA […] See more

June in Perth & Western Australia

Monday 1 June - Western Australia Day Public Holiday. Celebrated on 1 June each year, Foundation Day marks the arrival of the first European settlers. The Foundation Day public holiday has been renamed Western Australia Day. (See AU school and public holiday dates.) 5 June – World Environment Day -  Commemorated each year on 5 […] See more

Live Music Venues Perth and Western Australia

Live Music Venues Perth & WA Amplifier Bar & Capitol (Myspace) - Murray St, Westend, Perth Belvoir Amphitheatre - 1177 Great Northern Highway, Upper Swan Burswood Entertainment Complex - Great Eastern Highway, Burswood The Castle (Myspace) - Cnr Stirling & Newcastle Sts, Perth The Charles Hotel - 509 Charles St, North Perth. Divers Tavern - […] See more

March in Perth & Western Australia

8 March (Tuesday) 2016 – International Women’s Day 17 March (Thursday) 2016 – St Patrick’s Day – see Themes for Parties for St Patrick’s Day decorations and costumes. 19 March (Saturday) 2016 – Earth Hour – Switch off your lights from 8:30pm to 9:30pm to send a message about climate change. Normally held each year […] See more

May in Perth & Western Australia

Australian Office Professionals Day – Visit our Secretary’s Day page. International Composting Awareness Week Australia (ICAW), is a week of activities, events and publicity to improve awareness about the importance of this valuable organic resource and to promote compost use, knowledge and products. We can compost to help scrap carbon pollution by avoiding landfilling organic […] See more

November in Perth & Western Australia

3 November (Tuesday) 2015 - Melbourne Cup - Public Holiday Melbourne metro only (see AU public holiday dates) 11 November (Wednesday) 2015 - Remembrance Day 16 November - International Day of Tolerance - observed on 16 November each year, the day was declared by UNESCO in 1995 to generate public awareness of the dangers of […] See more

October in Perth & Western Australia

Daylight Saving - There is NO daylight saving for Western Australia. Western Australia maintains Western Standard Time all year round. SA, NSW, Victoria, and Tasmania start on the first Sunday in October  (See Australian Time Zones.) National Organic Week Australia (NOW) is 10 days of activities designed to increase awareness of the benefits of organic […] See more

Places To Go in Perth Western Australia

General Attractions Perth & WA Adventureworld Araluen Botanic Park Art Gallery of Western Australia Botanic Gardens & Parks Authority includes information and events at Kings Park and Bold Park. The Berndt Museum of Anthropology Park Finder An online visitor's guide to Western Australia's parks, reserves and other recreation areas. photograph of tourists enjoying a National […] See more

September in Perth & Western Australia

September is Springtime in Australia and which means wildflower festivals and tours in 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 […] See more

Theatres in Perth and Western Australia

Independent Theatre Association of WA Inc. (ITA) supports member groups and individuals involved in community theatre throughout Western Australia and promotes the performing arts and building community participation in live theatre Acorn Theatre, the smallest theatre in the world (Guinness book of  Records 2001), produces high quality productions with an active membership. Bare Naked Theatre […] See more