City of Wanneroo Retro Rewind attracts thousands to Yanchep National Park

More than 6000 people visited Yanchep National Park for the City of Wanneroo’s annual Retro Rewind festival. Picture: Danny O’Loghlen/DTM Productions
More than 6000 people visited Yanchep National Park for the City of Wanneroo’s annual Retro Rewind festival. Picture: Danny O’Loghlen/DTM Productions

MORE than 6000 visitors stepped back in time at Yanchep National Park on Saturday for the City of Wanneroo’s annual Retro Rewind festival.

The event, which featured the Vintage Collective Markets, celebrated everything retro from music to fashion to cars.

Picture: Danny O’Loghlen/DTM Productions

Headliners PROOF treated the crowd to popular party hits with tributes to Michael Jackson, Earth Wind and Fire and the BeeGees.

Supporting acts included Amanda Dee & Soothe, Bang Bang Betty and the H-Bombs.

Picture: Danny O’Loghlen/DTM Productions

The Vintage Collective Markets featured 60 stalls offering vintage retail therapy, while other attractions included a hot rod display and vintage fashion parade.

Free children’s activities included classic arcade games, vintage lawn games, a bouncy castle and face painting.

Picture: Danny O’Loghlen/DTM Productions

Young and old alike joined in swing dance workshops and dressed up to have their photos taken in the vintage photo booth.

National park entry fees were waived for Retro Rewind attendees.

Picture: Danny O’Loghlen/DTM Productions

Tickets are available for the City’s next big free event, Global Beats & Eats on Saturday, March 17.

Visit wanneroo.wa.gov.au/gbe to find out more.

Picture: Danny O’Loghlen/DTM Productions
Picture: Kris Myre, Silver Squid
Picture: Kris Myre, Silver Squid
Picture: Kris Myre, Silver Squid
Picture: Kris Myre, Silver Squid
Picture: Kris Myre, Silver Squid
Picture: Kris Myre, Silver Squid
Picture: Kris Myre, Silver Squid

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