Australian Heritage Festival

Australian Heritage Festival

Welcome to Australia’s largest inclusive celebration of all things heritage.

We extend a big thank you to the WA community for embracing the 2024 Australian Heritage Festival. A special appreciation also goes to the event organisers and Lotterywest, whose support made the festival possible.

We look forward to the next Australian Heritage Festival in 2025.

The Australian Heritage Festival is an annual community-driven event that connects country by immersing you into the rich and diverse heritage our country has to offer. For more than 40 years, Western Australians have taken part by hosting special exhibitions, tours, talks, workshops, food fairs, ceremonies, demonstrations, dining events, interactive displays and so much more. Each and every event a wonderful interpretation of heritage and culture from around our great state. In Western Australia, the festival is both a celebration and reflection on the natural and cultural heritage of the state, taking place during April and May each year.

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Australian Heritage Festival

View the 2024 program

More than 100 events took place across Western Australia for the 2024 Australian Heritage Festival. Including performances, workshops, tours, presentations, exhibitions and more.

Australian Heritage Festival

The 2024 festival theme

The theme of the 2024 Australian Heritage Festival was “Connections“.

We encouraged the community to celebrate the rich and diverse stories of our nation, strengthen cultural and historical ties and forge new bonds.

We celebrated our link to people, places and the past, and the enduring connections that will shape the future of heritage.

Get in touch

You can contact the Heritage Festival team at National Trust of Western Australia via:
Email | Phone (08) 9321 6088

Event organiser’s tips and resources are available here.

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