What's On This Weekend In Perth, April 27-29
Here's just a taste of what's on in Perth this weekend… April 28-29
At various venues until May 15
Includes shows like:
The Biggest Comedy Show On Earth
An awesome line-up of the funniest and freshest acts from the 2018 Festival
– Hellenic Club of WA
– Friday & Saturday at 9.30pm and Sunday 8.30pm
Heath Franklin's Chopper - Bogan Jesus
- State Theatre Centre of WA
Jason Byrne - The Man with Three Brains
- Regal Theatre
Stephen K Amos - Bread & Circuses
- Regal Theatre
Saturday & Sunday
Rides vary from $6.00 per person per ride, however, for every weekend until the last weekend of the April School Holidays, visitors can purchase 90 minutes of unlimited rides between 12 noon and 4 pm for only $18.00.
The market is designed to showcase the area, including, homegrown produce, food stalls, art, craft, nature play, sustainability and entertainment. Bedfordale Bush Markets feature local art, craft, produce and food from Bedfordale and surrounds in a beautiful bushland setting. There are always free kid's activities (usually with a nature play theme) and often free talks for adults, and not to forget good old-fashioned Devonshire teas by the local CWA.
The Rise, Saturday
The Maylands Hawker Markets is a marketplace for dining and food products. As they are very family friendly, you could also bring down a picnic blanket, your family and sit back and relax while listening to ambient music by the buskers, all whilst eating some delicious food that won't break your bank balance!
Sunday, April 29
Bent Street Boat Ramp, Safety Bay Road, Safety Bay
There will be over $2000 in prizes to help get you motivated, and registrations for this event are now open and can be seen at this link
The following is a list of events which you can choose from...
2.5 km – $5.50 per person
5 km – $11 per person
10 km – $16.50 per person
21 km – $33 per person
Family passes (2 adults and up to 4 children)
5 km – $27.50 per family
10 km – $38.50 per family
Events include: Food Stalls, Children's Entertainment, Classic/Vintage Car Display, Live Entertainment, Dragon Boat Races – rides for the adults and/or children post-race, A watercraft race of SUPS, surf skis, kayaks and dragon boats.
Saturday, April 28 - 8.30am-11am
Perry Lakes Drive, Floreat
WA Sleddog Sports Association is hosting a Guinness World Record attempt.
They're trying to beat the world record for "Most dogs wearing paw protectors (booties)" in one place.
The record to beat is 250 dogs - and they'd love some help either by bringing your dog(s) or by volunteers. On the day they're having a sausage sizzle, coffee van, and dog stalls: The Treat Truck, Winston and Ruby, and For All Our Pets.
Participation is $5 per dog and includes booties for you to keep.
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