SunSmart Busselton Jetty Swim is a swimming competition held in the Busselton Jetty. The event draws over two thousand competitors from all over the world. The swimming event takes place amidst a fun atmosphere with plenty of entertainment, fun activities, and family-friendly fun. The competitions are in various racing categories, with solo races, relay races, and team competitions. The course is 3.6 km long and goes around the Busselton Jetty. There are kid-based competitions for shorter distances outside the Busselton Jetty for children between eight and twelve years. Some entertaining activities include music concerts by local artists, helicopter rides for adventurous people, beach games and competitions, and sandcastle building competitions. There is also a skate exhibition that takes place. There are plenty of food and drink options during the two-day event.

  • Music Park Jackson Street, Boyup Brook, Western Australia, 6244 in BOYUP BROOK, WA

Boyup Brook Country Music Festival is an iconic, fun, family-friendly country music celebration and camping fest over four days. The festival is full of entertainment with various concerts held by the music stars; there are plenty of food stalls with local fare and other cuisines, children's activities, and a street carnival. One of the highlight events is the country music awards which recognise different artists in various categories. There is also arts awards, a Sunday morning bush poets' breakfast where poets share their artistry with the crowds and street markets with all kinds of arts and crafts items. The country music artists featured at festival favourites and new and upcoming artists, and the concerts take place in the background of the beautiful Australian bushland. Music Park, where Boyup Brook Country Music Festival takes place, is on the banks of the picturesque Blackwood River.

  • Perth, WA in PERTH, WA

Perth International Arts Festival is a festival founded and run by The University of Western Australia. It is a premier cultural event that celebrates the artistic experiences and culture of the people of Western Australia. Various artists share these experiences through music, song, dance, storytelling, conversations, and comedy. The event is well-loved by locals, and crowds flock to the various venues with different events. Some of the venues are Kings Park, University of Western Australia, Festival Gardens, and many others. Some of the events include music concerts headlined by famous international and local artists, Perth Writers Festival, a crowd puller, and the Lotterywest Film Festival. The other events are art displays of various art forms by local artists, films, acrobatic, gymnastic, and dance performances. The longest-running festival in the western part of Australia draws locals and people from all over Australia.

The Nannup Music Festival is an art and music festival in Nannup along the Blackwood River. The music fiesta is family-friendly, with plenty of activities such as street shows, children's games, workshops, talks, and discussions over the three days the event takes place. There is a wide variety of market stalls with local produce and art and craft souvenir items. Food stalls are in plenty with great-tasting fresh local produce and other regional and international cuisines and lots of drinks. The campgrounds on the golf course are spacious and close to the music festival held in the caravan park. Dogs and pets are allowed, and the facilities in Nannup town will cater comfortably to everyone. There are music stars from all over Australia and some international performers who grace and perform at the event.

The annual Channel Seven Mandurah Crab Fest is a free event for two days in Mandurah, which celebrates the local crab, which is a delicious dish. The community event attracts plenty of visitors, and it is a festival that includes the celebration of the local culture, and many activities take place. These include fresh food, food vans with different foods, live music, children's activities and entertainment, and aquatic entertainment. There are also performances from various artists of other art forms, cooking demonstrations and cooking competitions, and masterclasses hosted. There are also market stalls that have a variety of local crafts and wine tasting that accompanies the crab tasting and meals on offer. The event is a family-friendly fiesta, but pets are not allowed. The gourmet food events are a highlight for the various visitors.

The Mullewa Muster and Rodeo is a fun-filled festival during the Western Australia day long weekend. The family-friendly event includes activities such as a grand country music concert, the Beaut Ute Competition, Australian Bushmen's Campdraft, roving entertainment, and live music throughout the rodeo. Some stalls sell western clothing for attendees to ensure that they are dressed to fit the cowboy vibe of the festival. The rodeo opens with an opening concert before the competitions begin in earnest. Some of these are Whip Cracking Competition and the Full Points Prize Money Rodeo. Some workshops take place, such as circus-based workshops, leathercraft workshops, and many others. There is lots of food available from a variety of food stalls and drinks. The event is pet-free, and dogs are not allowed. There is no glass allowed on the camping and rodeo grounds, no drones, and you cannot bring your alcohol.

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