Events in Perth Hills
Events in Perth Hills Region
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A Taste of Chittering returns this October for two days filled with great food drink and fun
- Dates:Oct 2 & 3
- Time(s):Sat 10am to 5pm Sun 10am to 3pm
- Venue:Nesci Estate Wine Farm
- Hosted By:Caroline James Events
- Ticket Price:$15 - $20
- Food & Drink:Festival
- Art Exhibitions:Craft
- Other:Arts & Crafts,Agricultural,Flowers & Gardens,Markets,Well Being
This popular festival returns to The Nesci Estate Wine Farm during the Spring school holiday weekend, where over 5,000 visitors will experience the produce, wine, and country lifestyle of the greater Chittering region, just 45 minutes from Perth. Guests can taste their way through the market stalls and discover fresh local produce, enjoy the region’s wine and beer, meet farmers, growers, and guest chefs, all complemented by the fresh, country Chittering air and picturesque valley slopes during wildflower season. Festivities include live music, a range of pop-up dining options, the popular electric bike tours and beer brewing competition. The all-ages event is the perfect family day out with a Little Farmer’s Corner and roving entertainers. This year’s festival will shine a light on local producers with a diverse range of countryside market stalls, produce tastings, interactive demonstrations, and curated picnic hampers. Commencing at 10:00 am each day, the fully licensed event runs to 5:00 pm on Saturday and 3:00 pm on Sunday. Tickets (from www.atasteofchittering.com.au) range from $12 - $20 and include a free beer, wine or soft drink with FREE ENTRY available for children (under 16) and local residents, Follow @atasteofchittering for updates!
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It's that time of year again to pull the kilt out of the cupboard and celebrate all things Scottish.
- Dates:Oct 3
- Venue:Minnawarra Park
- Hosted By:City Of Armadale
- Ticket Price:Free
Join us to celebrate the largest Highland Gathering event held in Western Australia! You don’t need to be Scottish to take part in this annual tradition, so gather your family and friends to enjoy the visual spectacle of kilts, bagpipes and a medieval fair.
The morning begins with the fun and quirky Perth Kilt Run, the only fun run in Australia that’s done in a kilt! Register for the 2.5km Classic or the 5km Warrior challenge and purchase your very own kilt in the process. It’s a fun run with a difference and you’re guaranteed to have a good time.
As you’d expect the excitement doesn’t stop there. Following the Perth Kilt Run you’ll have the rest of the day to experience Scottish arts and crafts, highland dancing and pipe band competitions, meet and greet Scottish dogs, watch the hotly contested heavy events competitions and of course test your taste buds with the variety of Scottish delights. Let your imagination run wild in the medieval fair or delve into Scottish heritage at the clan village and then kick up your heels with live music and Ceilidh dancing.
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- 0449 665 694
The Dirty Stop Outs Play Gidgestock Music Festival 2021
- Dates:Sunday October 10,Sunday October 10
- Venue:The Gidgegannup Hills,The Gidgegannup Hills
- Hosted By:Gidgestock Music Festival 2021,Gidgestock Music Festival 2021
- Ticket Price:$27 - $80,$27 - $80
- Music:Other Music
Mundaring Hills Open Studios "Art in the Hills" is an event where 61 artists at 30 locations will be showcasing their work between Sat October 23 - Sun October 31 (including the 2 weekends).
- Dates:Oct 23 - 31
- Time(s):10.00am - 4.00pm
- Hosted By:Mundaring Hills Open Studios
- Art Exhibitions:Drawing,Painting,Sculpture,Photography,Other Visual Arts
- Other:Arts & Crafts
Mundaring Open Studio Art Trail is great collaborative, building on the success of the previous 11 years. Visiting the open studios participating in the Mundaring Hills event is a unique experience and an unusual opportunity to sample the lives of our local artists. It will give you access to their art work which comes in an incredible range of mediums – from glass and ceramics to oil paint, watercolours, textiles, wood, recycled metals and much more. The artists range across the spectrum – from professionals with international acclaim to those who work part time or as a hobby – and all of them want to share their artistic environment with you. Talk to artists, explore their techniques, share ideas, admire their creativity and acquire a unique piece of local artwork. On the trail there are also many delicious food venues, pubs and wineries and a range of picnic spots – all welcoming you to the hills environment and helping you to create a memorable visit. So slow down, take the time to enjoy the hills in Spring, talk to the artists and take something special home with you. You won’t be disappointed.