On Saturday 12 March, the banks of the river in East Perth will be transformed into a pop up beach at the Waterbank Festival.

If you’re arriving by bike, stop by Dr Bike’s workshop for a free service. Early riser? Bring your yoga mat for a free outdoor pilates class; juice bar on hand. There’s a sandpit for the kids, street food vendors and a beach bar run by Cocktail Gastronomy to quench your thirst.

Otherwise, just sit back in your deck chair and take in the live entertainment including an exhibition match by Volleyball WA, local DJs and performance by multi-award winning songwriter and vocalist, Morgan Bain; all with the stunning backdrop of the Swan River.

Festivities will take place on the foreshore at Trinity Avenue, East Perth. 

9am – 10am: Free bring your own mat outdoor Pilates 
9am – 11am: Dr Bike free bicycle workshop
11am – 4.30pm: Exhibition volleyball match by Volleyball WA
4.30pm – 7pm: Local DJ
7pm – 7.45pm: Morgan Bain Band (first set)
7.45pm – 8pm: Local DJ
8pm – 8.45pm: Morgan Bain Band (second set)
8:45pm – 10pm: Local DJ


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