Foreshore Celebration

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The City of Rockingham welcomed thousands of community members to the Foreshore Celebration on Saturday 26 October and Sunday 27 October 2019.

The weekend consisted of a variety of free entertainment and activities for all ages and abilities to enjoy the new spaces of the revitalised foreshore.

Highlights of the weekend included the Castaways Sculpture Exhibition, community Lantern Parade, Act-Belong-Commit Breakthrough Music Finals, and many happy smiling faces as the community engaged in the activities and enjoyed re-connecting to their foreshore.

This event was part of the City’s Summer Series of family-friendly, smoke-free and alcohol-free events.

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  • Trishaw rides for seniors
  • People enjoying the chill out zone
  • Mermaids
  • Giant colouring cube
  • Haka and Corroboree performers
  • Flash mob dancers
  • Living statues
  • Pony ride
  • Face painting
  • Bouncy castle
  • Castaways Sculpture Exhibition on the beach
  • Kombi photo booth
  • Camel rides
  • Stilt walker bubble show
  • Colourful drummers
  • Giant jenga
  • Ready for the lantern parade
  • Taiko Do drumming group
  • Lantern parade with drumming on the beach
  • HI-NRG music performance
  • Aerial performance
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Foreshore Celebration 2019

See all the highlights from the City's two-day Foreshore Celebration.

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Lantern Parade at the Foreshore Celebration 2019

300 people took part in the Lantern Parade on the Saturday night of the Foreshore Celebration. Participants carried their lanterns made from recycled materials along the foreshore led by drumming group Taiko Do.

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