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Things to do in Perth This Week (Monday 6th of August - Sunday 12th of August)

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National Science Week will be held from 11th to 19th August 2018, with heaps of amazing science themed events all across Perth and WA.

Living Universe is an interstellar adventure in search of an exoplanet that supports complex life.

He will be performing a string of arena shows.

Bibbullmun Bardi Exploring Aboriginal Design celebrates the seldom-told stories of some of Western Australia's Aboriginal design icons.

Open Day is a great way to get the feel of University life, and check out all that UWA has to offer.

Free Autism Friendly Training to provide businesses, organisations, services and the general public strategies on how to create an autism friendly environment for individuals on the autism spectrum.

San Churro are shouting you a free coffee every Wednesday during August to celebrate their Fairtrade, organic and exclusive coffee blend made by their certified baristas.

For it to be so popular, it must be fun to play?

Whether you're expecting a baby, have just become a parent for the first time or have a couple of crazy pre-schoolers ruling your household, the Perth Pregnancy Babies and Children's Expo is the event for you.

As part of the event, guests can join a tour of the exhibition space at the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre and hear all the amazing stories resulting from the use of Pawsey systems.

New Norcia is situated about 1 hour north of Perth.

Edith Cowan University and the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts are opening its doors to the Mount Lawley Campus so you can explore behind-the-scenes of what life and study are really like at Australia's top public university.

An Australia wide party for lovers of books.

He is most famous for his Ned Kelly paintings which show the outlaw in his iconic armour which is depicted as a square box on his head with a pair of eyes visible through a slit.

This is the largest event in the shire and attracts many thousands of local and visitor participants, as well as nearly 200 stall holders and entertainment activities.



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