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Blues for the Bush 2018

Shire of Perenjori and Bush Heritage Australia

Friday, 21 September 2018 at 4:00 pm - Sunday, 23 September 2018 at 12:00 pm (AWST)

 Blues for the Bush 2018

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Ticket Type Sales End Price * Fee Quantity
Blues for the Bush Concert Adult
One admission to the 2018 Blues for the Bush Concert for an adult (18+).Ticket includes free camping at Charles Darwin Reserve on Friday through Sunday if required.
20/09/2018 $80.00 $5.49
Blues for the Bush Concert Child (4-18yrs)
One admission to the 2018 Blues for the Bush Concert for a child (aged 4-18yrs). Children must be accompanied by an adult parent or guardian. Ticket includes free camping at Charles Darwin Reserve Friday through to Sunday if required.
20/09/2018 $25.00 $2.46
Blues for the Bush Concert Young Child (under 4)
One admission to the 2018 Blues for the Bush concert for a young child (under four years old). Children must be accompanied at all times by an adult parent or guardian.
20/09/2018 Free $0.00
* Prices include GST

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Event Details


Blues for the Bush LogoThe Shire of Perenjori, together with Bush Heritage Australia, are proud to be presenting the 2018 Blues for the Bush. A festival designed to engage, excite and delight.

Held at the beautiful Charles Darwin Reserve, approximately 390km NE of Perth, this magical nature reserve will be home to the fourth Blues for the Bush on the weekend of Friday 21st - Sunday 23rd September.

The natural landscape comes alive for this once a year opportunity for the public to visit, and camp, at this biodiversity hotspot. Join us for the Community Open Day which is FREE to all comers and  features displays, workshops, materclasses and exhibitions designed with something in mind for everyone. This includes an innovative community arts program with a range of very popular child-focused activities. Internationally reknown performers and eco-fairies are equally at home within this unique and delightful event.

The Open Day will also feature guided bus tours hosted by Bush Heritage Ecologists who will provide interesting
background to the conservation work and environmental research being undertaken at various locations in the Charles Darwin Reserve.

Following the Open Day is the much anticipated Blues for the Bush Concert. This is held on Saturday evening in the 'front paddock' of the Reserve and this year will feature a mix of interstate, West Australian and regional bands. This years concert will feature:

C.W. STONEKING (solo)

THREE KINGS

CAITI BAKER

WILLIAM CRIGHTON

JAMES ABBERLEY

DARCY HAY

Visit www.bluesforthbush.org.au for details on what is on offer at the event.

PLEASE NOTE: You will need a ticket to attend the Blues for the Bush Concert and to camp at Charles Darwin Reserve. If you only plan to attend the FREE Open Day on Saturday (10am - 3.30pm) you do not need to book a ticket.

Tickets include camping on Friday and Saturday night at Charles Darwin Reserve. There is free camping available in Perenjori at the Stan Cannon Oval on Sunday night. 

Have questions about Blues for the Bush 2018? Contact Shire of Perenjori and Bush Heritage Australia

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Charles Darwin Reserve
Wanarra Rd East
Perenjori (or via Wubin), WA 6620
Australia

Friday, 21 September 2018 at 4:00 pm - Sunday, 23 September 2018 at 12:00 pm (AWST)


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Shire of Perenjori and Bush Heritage Australia

Bush Heritage Australia is a national not-for-profit conservation organisation dedicated to protecting Australia’s unique animals, plants and their habitats. It does this by acquiring and managing land of outstanding conservation value, or by working in partnership with other landowners. See www.bushheritage.org.au.

The Shire of Perenjori prides itself on their ability to  be a forward thinking local government association providing leadership and direction to its community. The Shire counts its key assets as:

  • A Shire that invests in diversity of people, industries and environment to ensure our sustained prosperity.
  • A community that is innovative, vibrant and resilient.
  • A place rich in natural resources and biodiversity, with great facilities making it an attractive place to live and work.

Visit www.perenjori.wa.gov.au to learn more about us.

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