Lunar New Year
Head out and celebrate the Lunar New Year on February 14th from 12 noon to 9pm in Northbridge.
Perth’s Chinese New Year celebration will be a free community event open to the public as a chance for everyone to embrace the cultural diversity Wester Australia has in our community.
There will be fire crackers, Chung Wah Lion and Dragon Dance Troupe performing and parading through James Street to the Perth Cultural Centre.
Sculpture By The Sea
Head down to Cottesloe Beach’s famous white sands from March 5th to the 22nd to witness one of Perth’s largest free events to explore the expressive art from some of Perth’s very own.
As the title alludes to, magnificent sculptures will be on display along the shoreline. Throughout the 18-day exhibition, 70 artists from 13 countries are expected to showcase their work, including sculptors from Japan, the USA, New Zealand, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Malaysia and France, with a COVID Event Plan in place.
Thirty-five Western Australian sculptors will highlight the abundance of creative talent of the state, accompanied by interstate artists from New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and the ACT.
Enjoy the sun and good weather while observing what 2021’s artists have to offer.
However please always be safe, stay hydrated and be sun smart!