WA Day is a proud occasion for all Western Australians, born or bred here, or those who have chosen to call this State home, to reflect and celebrate all the great things about our people, our lifestyle, our culture and our potential.

Celebrate WA are bringing Western Australians a broad range of celebratory events and activities over the WA Day long weekend, 29 May to 1 June. The Perth Cultural Centre will come alive with live music and activities including exhibitions, interactive art, workshops, tours, films and more.

State of the Art (SOTA) music festival presents a talented line-up of Western Australian musicians on Saturday, and Come Out & Play is a great day out for young and old on Monday, with a series of family friendly programmed activities.

The Perth International Jazz Festival will also be bringing jazz to the cultural heart of the city with an incredible lineup of performances taking place across the PCC on Friday and Sunday.

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Perth Cultural Centre

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

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