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Things to do in Perth This Week (Monday 29th of October - Sunday 4th of November)

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The local talent showcased at the annual exhibitions get better and better with each passing year, so if you are looking to buy a piece of art, be sure to get there early.

Perth Observatory volunteers will be there to show people the night sky through their range of amazing telescopes.

Angove Street will be transformed into the spookiest street in town for the party.

If you grew up in Perth, perhaps watching the sunset over the ocean at night was something that you take for granted.

Guests will also be able to take a tour through Tamil Nadu, attend workshops and end the night with a spectacular fireworks display.

WA's largest light and illumination festival is back for its biggest and brightest year yet.

Kicking off at 3pm, this spectacular cultural celebration can be enjoyed by all communities.

They will be held in the new and now spanning from the purpose-built Scarborough Square and going down to the lovely white sands of the Amphitheatre.

Experience the thrill of live racing and enjoy an unrivalled day of entertainment, food and fashion at the iconic Ascot Racecourse.

All sort of Italian treats to try here and artisan stalls.

The 6th annual All Things Vintage Car Boot Sale is just around the corner.

This is a special opportunity to get your friends and family together, enjoy some culinary delights, hear Perth Zoo provide an intimate talk about their Numbat breeding program and raise vital funds for Numbat conservation.

Secondhand or re-cycled clothing has become the in thing in the last few years with opportunity shops having some great finds.

This Halloween go on a spooky tour of Fremantle Prison.

The impact of outdoor learning and playtime at school and beyond is powerful, with children's behaviour improving, whole classes excited to learn and those who aren't fans of the curriculum often thrive in an outdoor environment.

Asta will bring her up-tempo funk sounds to Wanneroo and is sure to have people up on their feet dancing to her hypnotic beats.

Every year, JFF showcases the best of Japanese cinema, combining international film festival favourites, huge Japanese box office hits and little-known indie gems to audiences across Australia.

If you want a classic horror film that will scare the popcorn out of you, the 1978 John Carpenter classic Halloween is perfect for you.

Bring about more dignity to the living conditions of homeless women in Perth through Share the Dignity.

American soul icon, Dionne Warwick will be performing again in Australia in November 2018.



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