Swan Festival of Lights 2015

Since 2008, the Swan Festival of Lights has been setting the Perth foreshore alight with a multitude of colours, rhythms and flavours. The smoke and alcohol-free event organised by the non-profit organisations The Temple of Fine Arts and Annalakshmi Cultural Centre of WA uses the unifying theme of ‘light’ to bring together and celebrate Western Australia’s cultural diversity through dance, music and cuisine.

This year the Swan Festival of Lights is at the Supreme Gardens from 6 to 8 November 2015

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Bingo Biriyani

The Tamil Ladies Club in collaboration with TAWA is organising a Bingo Biriyani Night at the Mandala Hall.

Venue : Mandala Hall
Date : 1st Nov 2015
Time : 5 – 8 pm
Charge: $10 PP

Please email events@tawa.org.au to find out more.

Diwali Mela 2015

Indian society of WA (ISWA) in collaboration with other Indian associations of WA will organise Diwali Mela 2015 (The Festival of Lights) from 31st October 2015 to 15th November 2015 at different locations as below

  • Sat 31 Oct’15 –  Forrest Place, Murray Street, Perth CBD 11am to 7pm
  • Fri 06 Nov’15 – Piara Waters Primary School, 440 Wright Road, Piara Waters 3pm to 8:30pm
  • Sat 07 Nov’15 – Rockingham Foreshore Jetty (Churchill Park) 12pm to 9pm
  • Sun 08 Nov’15 – South Perth, Sir James Mitchell Park, Mill Point Road, South Perth 12pm to 9pm
  • Thu 12 Nov’15 – Madeley (Kingsway), Kingsway Shopping Centre, 168 Wanneroo Rd, Madeley 9am to 9pm
  • Sat 14 Nov’15 – HBF Arena Joondalup), Waabiyn Way, Joondalup WA 12pm to 9pm

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Deepavali Festival of Lights

2015 Deepavali

The WA Telugu Association (WATA) along with the Fourm of South Indian Associations (FSIA) proudly presents Deepavali at Fremantle.

Deepavali or the Festival of Lights is one of the most important festivals celebrated by all Indians showcasing rich Indian tradition, culture and food.

Come along with family and friends and enjoy this cultural and food feast with delicious food and non-stop entertainment for all ages including:

  • delicious south Indian food
  • cultural dances
  • vibrant multicultural shows
  • face painting
  • activities for kids
  • mehendi stalls.

This is an alcohol free event.