Shift Festival Bunbury
SHIFT 2018 presented by Drug Aware is a free event and the whole community is invited to the annual community festival to celebration National Youth Week in Bunbury. The festival will be headlined by British India who will be accompanied by a host of talented local performers.
Festival-goers can also enjoy a pop-up skate-park, bubble soccer, art workshops, market stalls, food trucks, jumping castles and various other beach activities on the day.
It’s a distinctly inclusive event for youth and the event will be held at the newly revamped Koombana Bay foreshore. The SHIFT 2018 presented by Drug Aware kicks off at 1.00pm to 7.00pm and is presented by City of Bunbury and Bunbury YAC.
Sunday 15th April, Koombana Beach Bunbury
The Bunbury Forum Nerf Games
Show off your accuracy, speed and distance with the Nerf Blasters at the Nerf Games as you make your way through the four stages of Nerf fun! Plus, pick up your registration card during the games to win a $300 Nerf Prize Pack!
Running daily from 11am to 2pm Monday 16th to Friday 20th of April (first week of the school holidays)
GrandFamilies Fun Day at Bunbury Wildlife Park,
Celebrate the importance of family in our community, and particularly the important role that many grandparents and grandcarers take on, in helping to raise our children!
For just $3 (children aged under three are free) guests will gain entry to the Wildlife Park as well as have the chance to enjoy a range of activities including Zumba classes, Sing Australia, Festival Brass, Wollaston Lions Train rides, pony rides, face painting, climbing wall, photo booth and much much more.
Prince Phillip Drive, Bunbury on Wednesday, 18 April from 10am to 3pm
Megafauna Funshops in Margaret River
Come dig for bones and fossils with the cave crew! Learn about the real ‘dropbear’, the Marsupial Lion, and other amazing species which lived in the forests of the South West many moons ago in our Megafauna Funshops. Starting out at the Lake Cave eco-interpretive centre, the funshop will also take you for a tour of Mammoth Cave which is one of the largest paleontological sites in the southern hemisphere!
Thursday, 19 April from 10am to 3pm