There'll be heaps of free activities for the whole family on Monday 1 June for Come Out and Play as part of the WA Day long weekend celebrations.

All activities run from 10:00am to 4:00pm unless otherwise listed below. Some free activities require you to make a booking.

Circus Skills Workshops, Propel Youth Arts
10:00am, 12:00pm and 2.00pm.
Workshops run for one and a half hours each. Registration required for this activity.
Participants will join Access Circus in a fun workshop that covers juggling, uni cycle, spin sticks, poi, spinning plates, story staff, hat juggling and hula-hoops. An entertaining activity that engages people in hands on skill development, this workshop will delight and inspire!

Mix of 6 Market, Artsource
Suitable for all ages
Engage with six West Australian artists who will showcase and sell their works in an affordable, vibrant and village style market setting.

Paper Planes, courtesy of ScreenWest
Watch Paper Planes the movie at 2:00pm on the big screen. 100mins.

Enchanted Stilt Walkers, Buzzy Bugz
12:00pm – 3:00pm
Stiltwalking duo - Crazy Bug and Bubbly Bee offer a roving style improvised entertainment, as they fly around and both engage and capture your imagination with their giant wings and cheeky personalities. These Bugz stand at 9ft tall and have a malleable wing span of 3meters and can be seen and enjoyed from miles around.

Skills challenge, Perth Scorchers
Suitable for all ages
The Perth Scorchers will bring the fun associated with Big Bash cricket to the Perth Cultural Centre for WA Day. Come down and participate in a Scorchers skills challenge, meet the Club’s mascot, Blaze, and take a photo with the BBL|04 championship trophy!

There's plenty more happening across the Perth Cultural CentreArt Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, the State Library of Western Australian, the State Theatre Centre of WA, the Urban Orchard and the Western Australian Museum.

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Perth Cultural Centre

Bordered by Roe Street, Beaufort Street, Francis Street and William Street, Perth.

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