It’s raining all the time and the temperature is not the highest, but it doesn’t necessary mean that you stay at home the winter. Check out the amazing Winter fest 2019 which runs from 24.06 to 21.07. You will be able to experience some stunning and free events in different places around Perth from amazing modern art installations, indoor & outdoor school activities . Here is a brief rundown what you can see:
Cosy at the Quay
21 June – 20 July | Elizabeth Quay
Available only on Friday and Saturday evenings only. Elizabeth Quay is a really magical place which has a lot to offer to warm you up and escape the cold. Don’t stay at home, come to Eliuzabeth Qua and discover arts and crafts markets, eat some exotic food or enjoy a pint of bear, listen to live music or just enjoy the staggering views in the heated undercover areas
Winter Lights at Brookfield Place
3 – 13 July | Brookfield Place | FREE
The Winter Lights festival is not a new thing. This year it returns again to Brookfield Plac, where you can see startling light projections & art installations. From 3 to 13 July, the heritage buildings in Brookfield Place will be illuminated with stunning light shows which will take place at night from 6-11pm. As always, this magnificent festival is free for all.
Skating At Elizabeth Quay
28 June – 21 July | Elizabeth Quay
Skating is not a popular sport in Western Australia for pretty obvious reasons, however – this will change this winter. Come to Elisabeth Quay and enjoy an unique ice skating experience during this school holidays. But this event won’t be just about skating – there will be way more activities. You and your kids can expect having a really good time enjoying ice slides, jumping castles, kanga skating aids, light festival, live music and delicious food.
King Street Corner Pocket Jazz Festival
4 – 6 July | King Street, Perth
55 Acts, 7 Venues, 3 Nights!
Jazz is not dead. Well, at least not in Perth. Fed up with modern mainstream music – come to King St Corner Pocket Jazz Festival and listen to some hot jazz this winter.
More info can be found here