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Events on 21st Apr 2024

Events for 21st Apr 2024

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HeirLOOMS at Buckingham House

Woman and girl doing craft

Discover treasures from the past with an heirloom scavenger hunt and explore fascinating stories of the families who lived here.

Dates and times

  • Sunday 21 April // 10am to 12pm
  • Sunday 28 April // 10am to 12pm
  • Sunday 5 May // 10am to 12pm
  • Sunday 12 May // 10am to 12pm

Step back in time and join in the fun at Buckingham House.

Then visit the Wanneroo Schoolhouse next door where you can make an heirloom to take home with our hands on weaving activities. With colourful threads and patterns to choose from, you can make your very own masterpiece as a memory of your visit.

Unleash your creativity, unwind, and weave some memories. Fun for all ages!

Cockman House: building craft

Old well outside Cockman House

Visit Wanneroo’s oldest standing house and learn about the lives of an early settler family.

Dates and times

  • Sunday 21 April // 1:30pm to 4pm
  • Sunday 28 April // 1:30pm to 4pm
  • Sunday 5 May // 1:30pm to 4pm
  • Sunday 12 May // 1:30pm to 4pm

Enjoy building crafts and activities, follow the audio trail of James Cockman building the house, or bring a picnic and enjoy a lazy afternoon in the shady grounds.

Australian Heritage Festival

Heritage Festival 2024

Explore stories and skills that connect us with where we live today during the City of Wanneroo’s Heritage Festival celebrations.

From heritage crafts and arts, to memoir writing and exploring Wanneroo of old through film and image, there’s so much to see and do.

Explore all of the activities on offer and book your place now!


Changemakers: Travelling exhibition, Museum of Australian Democracy


This small but powerful exhibition draws on the history of textile banners as artefacts used for activism.

Dates and times

  • Monday - CLOSED
  • Tuesday - CLOSED
  • Wednesday // 10am to 4pm
  • Thursday // 10am to 4pm
  • Friday // 10am to 4pm
  • Saturday // 10am to 4pm
  • Sunday - CLOSED

This exhibition shows how ‘crafting’ – traditionally considered women’s work – can be used for political expression and social change.

Changemakers consists of eight textile banners that represent a range of historical and contemporary activist movements including the women’s suffrage campaign, as well as banners displayed in town halls and churches. 

Many of the social issues raised by early activists remain vitally relevant today, including equal pay, sexual harassment, family violence, and female representation in Parliament and business.

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