Winter Events in Western Australia

Winter Events in Western Australia

Ningaloo Whale Shark Festival
 
Every year, the town of Exmouth marks the annual migration of the gentle whale shark. Taking place in May, the festival pays a focus to the importance of the whale shark on the region, its conservation and tourism, as well celebrating the World Heritage status of Ningaloo Marine Park and Cape Range National Park. Activities include a fun run, float parade, live music, beach games, market stalls and even the chance to book a whale shark tour. This year’s Ningaloo Whale Shark Festival takes place 21st – 24th May.
 
Carnarvon Tropicool Festival
 
Representing the delights of the Gascoyne region, the Carnarvon Tropicool Festival is held over the last weekend of May each year. With the widest array of entertainment you’ve ever seen, you can enjoy everything from a gourmet BBQ on the beach and a cocktail party to circus performances and the Tropicool Twilight Concert. Many of the events are free, but some do require tickets.
 
A Taste Of Broome
 
From late autumn to early spring, you can taste, smell and even watch and listen to the flavours of Broome as the multicultural community puts on a display. Once a month, the north-western town celebrates its heritage and culture with music, dancing, arts and crafts, and of course food. Taking place every year, 2015’s remaining dates are 18th June, 16th July, 13th August and 10th September.

Article courtesy of BBM Live


Posted: 15/05/2015 10:16:07 AM by Global Administrator | 0 comments
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