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Lighting up in the City of Perth includes the spectacular Matagarup Bridge across the Swan River.

Bunbury City Logo

The City of Bunbury is lighting up its landmarks in yellow on Wed. 1 September for National Wattle Day: Marlston Hill Lookout, Koombana Bay Footbridge, Koombana Bay Foreshore, Marlston Waterfront, Guppy Park, the Navigators at the Koombana Drive roundabout, Richmond Reserve and the historic Arrol Crane at Jetty Road.

Koombana Bay Footbridge Bunbury WA Images courtesy of the City of Bunbury

Wonderful Wattles Walk
When
11:00am - 12:30pm, Wednesday, 01 September 2021
This event is fully booked.
Where
At Pioneer Women's Memorial
Starting from the Mia Mia shelter in the Botanic Carpark, opposite the Pioneer Women’s Memorial Fountain on Forrest Drive.
Phone
(+61 8) 9480 3600
Email
festival.bookings@bgpa.wa.gov.au
On National Wattle Day - 1 September, celebrate Australia’s floral emblem with knowledgeable, Kings Park Volunteer Guides.

Variety, perfume and colour combine to create an enjoyable experience as you wander among the wattles in Kings Park. Be amazed by the variety of these remarkable trees growing in the WA Botanic Garden. Wattle (Acacia) is the largest group of woody plants in Australia and Western Australia is home to many of them

Yagan Square in the middle of Perth will be lighting up green and yellow on the night of 1st September
Courtesy of Development WA. 
Taganrog Square Perth


Main Roads WA are lighting up their bridges, Matagarup, Mount Street, as well as Joondalup Drive and Sky Ribbon along with Tunnel entry artwork for Australian National Wattle Day on September 1.

Matagarup Bridge Perth

The spectacular Matagarup Bridge in Perth Photo courtesy of Main Roads WA


The City of Perth is lighting up the Council House in gold and green

Perth Council House 2010

Council House lit up with more than 22000 LED lights. Pic: Ben Crabtree 2010

Margaret River

Margaret River Independent School students Anjele Harlow and Levin Diethelm get some wattle inspiration on campus.

Courtesy of the Augusta-Margaret River Mail