The Pinjarra Festival returns for the first time since 2019, with a host of fun family activities this WA Day long weekend.
The LiveLighter Pinjarra Festival will be held at the Edenvale Heritage Precinct from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Saturday and Sunday.
The festival will feature over 100 market stalls, live music, free activities for kids, exhibits, workshops, entertainment and more.
Featured acts include The Godlemans, The John Read Band and The Lulus children’s show.
Festival-goers will also have the chance to be transported back in time to the district’s pioneer years at the Roger May Machinery Museum and Cart Shed, with numerous exhibits from the Murray Districts Historical Society.
Simply Circus, Freedom Fairies, Animal Farm, Laser Tag, Mini Golf, and Arts and Crafts will all be back.
And a youth chill out area hosted by Murray Youth for Youth and the Pinjarra Headspace, featuring table tennis, foosball, arcade games and virtual reality, will be set up for kids. young people from 12 to 25 years old.
The 10th Light Horse will also don its WWI badges.
Shire chairman David Bolt urged people across the region to “gather the family and come to Pinjarra”.
“Whether you’re a regular visitor or haven’t been in a while, come join the celebration and immerse yourself in Murray’s unique history, vibrancy and way of life,” said Cr Bolt .
For more information, visit pinjarrafestival.com.au.