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PIAF Great Southern

A curated program from the wider Perth International Arts Festival lineup of performing arts, literature and film events. Feb-Mar.

Taste Great Southern

This four-week celebration of the region’s best offerings, featuring vineyard events and culinary attractions, is not to be missed. Mar.

Vancouver Street Festival

With a fantastic lineup of music, great food and entertainment, this retro community event combines heritage, the arts and culture into a one-day extravaganza. May.

Albany Car Classic

This event, each year on the June long weekend, sees the streets of Albany come alive with the sights and sounds of classic cars. Jun.

Albany Urban Downhill

Albany’s streets become the ultimate mountain bike battleground with racers thrilling spectators on the purpose-built course. Sep.

Southern Art + Craft Trail

More than 10,000 people flock to some 60 exhibitions and soak up the region’s authentic art, with opportunities to buy. Sept-Oct.

Great Southern Bloom Festival

The natural and homegrown floral beauty of the region is displayed through 50 events, with wildflower shows, heritage tours, long-table lunches and bush poets. Sep-Oct.

New Year’s Eve Fireworks

Watch the New Year firework displays over the water, from the Princess Royal Harbour and vantage points at ANZAC Peace Park. Dec.

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