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Events in West Kimberley

Events in West Kimberley


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Make Smoking History Derby Boab Festival Mardi Gras

The town of Derby rolls out the Horizon Power Float in this family-friendly environment with live bands, children's entertainers and WASAMBA. The night will end with a fireworks display.

  • Dates:Jul 2
  • Time(s):From 5.30pm to 9.30pm
  • Venue:Derby Town Oval

Details

  • Hosted By:Make Smoking History
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Type:Community,Free

Description

The Horizon Power Float Parade leaves the Derby Civic Center at 4.30pm then makes its way along town streets to the Derby Town Oval for the Live Lighter MARDI GRAS supported by Lotterywest. A huge crowd of locals and visitors will  enjoy the fabulous array of food, arts, crafts and information stalls plus an awe inspiring collection of amusements and thrilling rides. There will be roaming children`s entertainers, dancers, drummers and live music on a big stage.

At 7.30 the Horizon Power Float Parade and the Boab Quest 2021 winners will be announced. Queensland band `Black Image Band` will entertain the crowd till 9.30

Mowanjum Festival - Derby

Experience the unique art and culture of the Worrorra, Ngarinyin and Wunambal people at this special one-night celebration at the 2021 Mowanjum Festival.

  • Dates:Jul 8-10
  • Time(s):Opens 2pm
  • Venue:Mowanjum Arts & Culture Centre

Details

  • Hosted By:Mowanjum Arts & Culture Centre
  • Ticket Price:$5-$25
  • Type:Aboriginal Art & Events,Community
  • Food & Drink:Festival
  • Art Exhibitions:Aboriginal,Historical
  • Festivals:All Festivals

Description

The Mowanjum Festival acknowledges the vibrant cultures of Aboriginal people across Australia. The festival is open to the general public from 2pm, with a variety of cultural workshops including didgeridoo playing, boab nut carving and ochre painting conducted in a family friendly environment. Come with the whole family for an evening of culture and the arts. Bring a camping chair or a blanket. Hot food, bush tucker & drinks available. Performers of all ages participate in Junba (traditional song and dance), telling the stories of the Mowanjum people. The revival and performance of these dances are a significant moment of celebration for the local community, and deeply moving to the elders who thought they might never see those dances again. Hosted by the Mowanjum Art and Culture Centre, the festival attracts thousands of visitors who join us to witness and take part in one of Western Australia’s largest cultural celebrations. Tickets go on sale from 1 March 2021 so pack your bags and travel down to Kimberley for this incredible event.

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