Festival expected to attract tens of thousands

Festival expected to attract tens of thousands


It’s time to Spring into Armadale with the special campaign that runs from August 1 to November 30, which celebrates the region’s diverse culture, arts, food, wine and people.

As the wildflower season begins, the Darling Range is the perfect backdrop for the festival which allows participants to get ready for Spring in Armadale.

With a range of events including the Outside the Frame Art Exhibition, Guided Wildflower Ramble, Yoga classes and beautiful music and art performances.

City of Armadale Mayor Ruth Butterfield said the festival showcases the best of the local region.

“This year’s season-long celebration offers visitors the opportunity to experience a wide range of events and experiences from music, art, festivals, sports, wine, and markets,” she said.

“Running from August right through to the end of November, the seventh Spring into Armadale Festival is expected to attract more than 80,000 visitors and is a great opportunity to celebrate all that is special about our local region of Armadale.

“Pick up a brochure about the festival from the City’s locations such as the City’s Administration Centre, libraries, Armadale Fitness and Aquatic Centre, the Champion Centre, the Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre at 40 Jull Street or online.”

Visit the Perth Hills Armadale website or the City of Armadale website for more information.