What’s On in Perth & WA
See events and things to do by month January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December or follow links to cinemas, theatres, museums and historic attractions, general attractions and festivals around Perth and WA.
Life & Community
Community Groups & Services includes listings and link of community organisations and services, arts and cultural groups, and support groups.
Western Australia, Australia’s largest state, covers one-third of the Australian continent. The Western Australian coastline (12,500 kilometres or 7,813 miles) has white sandy beaches and pristine coastline – popular with tourists looking for adventure.
Perth, capital of Western Australia, claims to enjoy more hours of sunshine than any other capital city in Australia.
To the east is desert, the goldfields, and the long trek across the Nullarbor to South Australia and Adelaide. The Indian Pacific travels from Perth to Adelaide to Sydney (Indian Ocean to Pacific Ocean) and is one of the world’s longest, great train journeys. The journey covers 4352kms including the world’s longest straight stretch of railway track (478 kilometres). You spend three nights aboard the great train.
Explore Perth & WA
Tours, adventure and activities You’ll find everything from Swan River cruises to flights over the desert.