Summer of Entertainment kicks off this month


Sculpture Park in Mundaring will come alive at twilight on Saturday 23 January with a range of family friendly entertainment, live music and outdoor fun, running from 5 to 9pm.

Shire President and Councillor John Daw said the Great Aussie BBQ is the first of seven great free community events on the Summer of Entertainment calendar.

"Pack a picnic, pick up a local takeaway, or purchase a sausage sizzle and drink from the Mundaring Resident and Ratepayers community stall, and sit back and enjoy a night on the green connecting with family and friends."

With funding from Lotterywest, this year's event boasts an exceptional line-up of live music performances by Madjitil Moorna community choir; local musician Ben Bulla, and the Mucky Duck Bush Band in the Amphitheatre.

There is fun for all ages with bouncy castles, silent disco, face painting and giant bubble activity by the lawn. As always, the Sculpture Park's playground is a premier attraction.

"After a challenging year in 2020, this event is the perfect way to bring family, friends, neighbours and the wider community together to reconnect and celebrate our great Australian outdoor lifestyle.

 "We are fortunate to live in a shire with such a beautiful natural environment. We invite our residents to come together and celebrate all the things that make our community great including our balmy summer nights and supportive community connections," added Shire President Councillor John Daw.

Summer of Entertainment 2021 Calendar


Great Aussie BBQ
23 January, 5 – 9pm
Sculpture Park

Enjoy an evening in the park with family and friends at our Great Aussie BBQ. Pack a picnic or something for the BBQs, pick up take away from one of our many local shops or buy a sausage sizzle and drink from the Mundaring Resident, Ratepayers and Progress Association stall. There is something for everyone at the first of our Summer of Entertainment community events.

Music In the Amphitheatre

5pm – Madjitil Moorna community choir bringing a celebration of indigenous music and culture.

6.15pm – Local musician, Ben Bulla will change the tempo.

7.00pm – Mucky Duck Bush Band, get on your feet and sing along to all your Australiana favourites.

Play in the Park

With activities for the young and the young at heart spread across the trail and lawn area there are plenty of opportunities for fun and games. Planned activities include bouncy castles and giant slides, face painting, silent disco, giant bubbles and beach balls and the Youth C.R.E.W. tug-of-war in the park. Visit with the local Mundaring Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service, including the Cadets or have a chat to the volunteers from Horsepower Hills.

All activities will be managed to ensure community safety is maintained and protected.

COVID-19: Please practice good hygiene and physical distancing at the event and use the hand sanitiser stations provided.  If you are feeling unwell or have travelled outside WA in the 14 days prior to this event, please do not attend.

Twilight Tunes Concert
28 February, 5 – 7.30pm
Sculpture Park Amphitheatre

Sculpture Park will resound with hip jazz tunes on Sunday 28 February with Twilight Tunes bringing two outstanding Perth bands to the Hills.

Rubaclava, a local band with a vision to bring the infectious energy of a swingin' big band to contemporary audiences through its unique Jungle Jazz style will get toes tapping and hips swaying when they open the evening at 5pm.

And Sassafras, Perth's premier Gypsy Jazz will raise the bar when they start at 6.15pm.  Featuring Pete Jeavons, Lachlan Gear, Aaron Deacon, Adrian Galante and Jessie Gordon, Sassafras's reputation as engaging entertainers promises an exceptional opportunity for local audiences to enjoy smooth tunes in our lovely park.

Pack a rug and a picnic and enjoy the concert from the lawn terraces of the amphitheatre.

Please note to allow everyone to enjoy the show, full height chairs will only be allowed on the top tier, with low back or beach chairs allowed on the middle tiers of the amphitheatre.

Arena after Dark
10 April, 7 – 10pm
Mundaring Arena
13-17 year old only

Our young people asked for more and we are delivering. With the support from Lotterywest, we are very excited to be running Arena after Dark in the April school holidays.

With the event restricted to 13 to 17 year olds and providing a range of fun activities, this will provide our young people with a stellar event in their own backyard.

From 7pm Mundaring Arena will be transformed from our premier sporting facility to the go-to youth entertainment zone with live DJs, concert sound and lighting, arcade games, a giant ultimate ninja course and the Chill Zone, hosted by Headspace Midland and Swan City Youth Services.

Tickets will be available on Eventbrite in March and are essential for this FREE supervised event. Please note, to ensure the safety of all our patrons pass outs will not be available.

Follow our Facebook event page for updates.


30 January
Sonic the Hedgehog
Swan View Primary School

6 February
Chidlow Oval

20 February
The Lego Batman Movie
Glen Forrest Primary School

6 March
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
Mundaring Christian College, Parkerville

To find out more visit Cinema Under Starlight Returns

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