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Discover Street Art Festival

Artists paint murals in Bunbury, culminating in an afterparty at Bunbury Regional Art Galleries. Jan.

Harvey Harvest Festival

Celebrate Harvey’s farming roots and Italian heritage. In true Italian style,the festival is themed around food, wine, markets and art. Mar.

Collie to Donnybrook and return cycle

The state’s only handicap race, run since 1925. Spectators line the 104km course to cheer riders. Aug.

Dardanup Bull and Barrel Festival

Want to get some unique country exposure? You can’t go past this free event, with animals, entertainment and plenty of quirky things for the kids. Food and wine from the region is showcased, and don’t miss the goat racing and the giant bull, which ends the day going up in flames. Oct.

Donnybrooke Food and Wine Festival

Immerse yourself in food and wine, with celebrity chefs, wine and food tastings, licensed tent area, entertainment and activities for the kids. Entry is free. Nov.

Geographe crush

A food and wine festival showcasing the fantastic produce from growing regions near Bunbury. Nov.

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