Golden Bay Community Events

As well as idyllic beachside living, with future direct beach access planned, Golden Bay is the perfect community to become a part of. This close - knit community benefits from some well planned events held through out the year as well as many celebratory events which form the perfect opportunity to catch up with the locals and say hello to your neighbours and friends.

Read below to see some of the events our residents enjoy and have been held recently.

Golden Bay Day at the Bay 2018

Day at the Bay 2018

More than 300 people turned out in perfect weather to enjoy the second annual Day at the Bay at the Golden Bay Foreshore on 7th April. There was outstanding support from local suppliers, allowing community members to engage in positive community activities.

Golden Bay Easter Movie Night 2018

Easter Movie Night 2018

The annual Golden Bay Easter Movie Night was a huge success, with around 200 residents both old and new joining in on the fun. Giant fun filled games were enjoyed by families, as well as an Indian curry food truck, coffee van and shave ice food truck for those who were a bit peckish.

In the spirit of Easter, an egg hunt was also a much-loved activity on offer. Kids collected popsicles and traded them in for eggs – or bunnies for the lucky ones that found yellow popsicles!

Families brought their own picnic rugs and beanbags, and Finding Dory started around 7pm as the sun went down.

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Golden Bay Coastcare Tree Planting

The Golden Bay Coastcare Planting Event is supported by Perth Region NRM, the City of Rockingham, Golden Bay Coastcare and Golden Bay estate and is held annually between June and August. Residents and visitors descend onto the Golden Bay dunes to plant a range of native shrubs, including coastal rosemary (olearia), red sea-berry (rhagodia), acacia and coastal fanflower (scaevola).

The weekend planting is part of an ongoing program to conserve and re-vegetate the dunes at Golden Bay which have seen a number of community planting days over the past 18 months, focusing on the southern end of the area.

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Golden Bay ‘Have a Go’ Day

Golden Bay's ‘Have a Go’ Day is held by Secret Harbour Surf Lifesaving Club, with support from Peet Limited. Participants are invited to Golden Bay beach to ‘have a go’ with surf boards, skis and flag races and to learn about beach safety. ‘Have a Go” day is a great opportunity for a family fun day out with the chance for everyone to be educated on how to safely use the coast.

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The event, specially designed for young people as a platform to share skills and learning opportunities as well as to celebrate living by the bay included free activities like spray painting workshops held by graffiti artist Dan Duggan, tie dye t-shirt making, bike maintenance checks by the Bike Doctor team along with DJs and local musicians. Aidan Currey and his good mate Ryder Carter were among the crowd. “I haven’t been to an event like this before,” said Aidan. Aidan’s Mum Fiona said the event was a great idea and the boys got the opportunity to try new things,” said Fiona. “I had to drag them away from the graffiti wall at the end of the day – thank you to the sponsors for putting on the event,” she said.

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Golden Bay 'Get Together's

A series of small scale community catch ups conducted by the Golden Bay progress association held through out the year and range from coffee catch ups at the park, to Yoga and photography workshops at the primary school. Free for all and catering to all age groups, skill sets and interests, these are a great way to meet like minded people within the community , make friends and give value to your every day life at Golden Bay.

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Golden Bay Easter Event 2016

Hundreds of residents hopped along to the official Easter Movie Night opening event for the new colour block park in early April. More than 250 locals and their kids filled the new park and made the most of its innovative playgrounds, slide and trampolines before the screening of the movie Zootopia.

There was a special appearance by the Easter Bunny as well as an Easter Hunt, sausage sizzle run by the Golden Bay Progress Association, shaved ice vendor, coffee van, face painting and animal balloon maker.

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Golden Bay Christmas Fair

Hosted by the Golden Bay Estate and its Community Partnership Program the Christmas Fair held on Sunday, 4 December at Foreshore Park. drew between 500 and 600 people and was a huge success. Apart from the ever popular Santa Claus, entertainment included a sausage sizzle, roving magician doing tricks, pony rides, petting zoo, face painting and the Secret Harbour Dockers Cricket Club came along and organised games for the kids. There was also a craft stall, stocked with donated toys made by Mandurah Men’s Shed, which the children were able to paint and take home.

Golden Bay. Your new coastal playground.

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