Mandurah’s WA Day Festival to show off the best of WA culture

Mandurah’s WA Day Festival to show off the best of WA culture

THIS WA Day, The Makers will once again host a free WA Day Festival, representing the best of WA culture.

The eastern foreshore will be at the centre of the action on Monday, June 4 with a variety of entertainment including some of Mandurah’s finest young musicians.

The festival will run from 2-7pm bursting at the seams with free activities for the whole family including interactive workshops, Japanese taiko drumming performances, Chinese Lion dance, an indigenous corroboree and more.

Visitors can browse the suitcase markets and Tiny Shop of Wheels offering a choice of handmade goods.

A range of gourmet food trucks will dish up food from all over the world and there will be an interactive wildlife experience along with salsa and Bollywood dancing demonstrations.

The Makers project manager Oliver Bazzani said it was sometime easy to forget just how special, unique and talented Mandurah was, “particularly in winter when we can’t make the most of our beautiful beaches.”

So we are putting the best of the best on show with a winter festival,’’ he said.

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