Bicentennial Square new venue for WA Day celebrations
The highly anticipated WA Day festival is back in Bunbury for another year at a new location — Bicentennial Square this Sunday.
Hosted by the Stirling Street Art Centre, the jam-packed day will showcase the very best of WA culture as well as free activities for the whole family, a bouncy castle, face painting, henna tattoos and Bollywood dancers.
Performances from Top of the Stairs Puppets will delight adults and children alike as colourful string puppets roam around the market stalls before performing on the main stage.
The best of Bunbury’s music talent will be highlighted in performances by the Anchormen Choir and local bands.
Celebrate WA chairman Michael Anghie said WA Day was a time for Western Australians to come together and celebrate all the fantastic things about the State.
“Across the world Western Australians are celebrated for our can-do attitude, our entrepreneurship, our good humour, hard work and our sense of community — all things that Western Australians are proud to live by,” he said.
The festivities will get under way from 10am until 3pm.
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