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From international musical acts and summer markets to art installations and quirky festivals, there are plenty of events in Perth to choose from this month! Check out some of our top picks below.

Hot Dub Wine Machine

Returning to Oakover Grounds once again, Hot Dub invites you to groove along to talented Aussie artists whilst sampling some of the best food and wine Perth has to offer.

Sculptures by the Sea

Back for its 15th year, head to Cottesloe beach to check out the incredible Sculptures by the Sea installations that feature the work of 71 artists from around the world.

Outdoor Cinema

Head outdoors to Camelot, Luna, Telethon, Kookaburra or Moonlight to catch this year’s Oscar winners, cult classics and must-see films under the stars.



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