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Explore our monthly guide to all the exciting events and activities you can do around the country, for February 2023.
Remember, you can book an Independent Support Worker on Mable to make planning to attend easier, and if you like, they can even attend with you. Many of the venues listed accept Companion Cards too.
All information is correct at the time of writing. Please check with the venue or organiser ahead of time about any requirements you may have.
NOTE: Images are representative and may not be of the actual events mentioned.
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Ghost Town: Stories from the RuinsNational Archives WA, Ground Floor, William Square, 45 Francis Street, Northbridge, Perth, WA 9.30am-4.30pm Monday to Friday throughout February 2023 Entry is free
This interesting exhibition focuses on towns that sprang up in the 19th and 20th centuries in Western Australia. It features photos, plans and other documents curated from the station and national archives, depicting the once prosperous towns that ultimately fell on hard times and were left to ruin. The venue is wheelchair accessible and offers closed captioning.
Moulin Rouge: The MusicalCrown Theatre, Crown Perth, Great Eastern Highway, Burswood, Perth, WA Various times and dates throughout February 2023 Tickets start at $69 (Companion Card is accepted)
First, it was a revolutionary film. Now Moulin Rouge is a musical stage show extravaganza, a story about truth, beauty, freedom and love. Set in a glamorous and gaudy Parisian nightclub at the turn of the 20th century, it’s a vibrant, energetic compilation of brilliant music and sumptuous costumes. View accessibility info.
Kaleidoscope by Keith CourtneyThe Garden of Unearthly Delights, Rundle Park, Cnr East Terrace & Rundle Road, Adelaide, SA Multiple times and dates throughout February 2023 Tickets are $20 (Companion Card accepted)
Kaleidoscope is a solo project by artist Keith Courtney, a large-scale immersive artwork that combines beautiful lights with glass, steel, mirrors and moving prisms. It’s a symphony of light and sound and is designed so that you feel like you are inside a kaleidoscope. Outdoor venue with step-free mobility aid access and an accessible bathroom.
Rooftop Meditation, Candles and Fairy LightsChange Yoga + Wellness Forde, Unit 6/26 Francis Forde Boulevarde, Forde, Canberra, ACT 7.30pm-8.30pm, Sunday 5th February 2023 Tickets are $31.68 per person
Experience 60 minutes of gentle, guided meditation under the stars, surrounded by enchanting fairy lights and candles. Led by wellbeing and mindfulness coach, Dee Brennan, the session is a wonderful way to relieve stress and let go of the chaos of life. If the weather is unsuitable, the event will continue in the cosy indoor studio. All abilities are welcome.
Lions 360Monarto Safari Park, 63 Monarto road, Monarto, SA 2pm every day Tickets start at $65 for concession and $100 for the Lions 360 Feed Experience (Companion Card is accepted)
Pack your sense of adventure when you go along to Monarto Safari Park for the Lions 360 experience. Running for 55 minutes, the session gets you up close to the kings of the jungle yet with full safety. You’ll be in even greater awe of these majestic animals as you learn about their vulnerability to extinction and witness their powerful teeth and muscular physiques. Lions 360 is wheelchair accessible. View accessibility info.
China – The Past is PresentNGV International, 180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Vic 10am-5pm daily throughout February Entry is free
China – The past is present displays preeminent historical works and innovative contemporary works in an exhibition that spans five millennia and a wide variety of art forms. From textiles, photography and video to calligraphy, lacquerware and ceramics, the artworks explore themes of spirituality and contemplation, prestige and power, mythology, scholarship and formal training in traditional practices. View accessibility info.
Anh Do – The Happiest RefugeeCanberra Theatre Centre, Civic Square, London Circuit, Canberra, ACT 8pm, Thursday 9th February 2023 Tickets are $74.90 (this venue accepts Companion Card)
If you enjoyed Anh Do’s Brush With Fame, you’ll love the artist and author’s live stage show. A talented comedian, Ahn will have you laughing – and wiping tears – as he tells his incredible story of being a refugee. The show is infused with filmed pieces and still photos to create a multimedia representation of his life’s joys and sorrows. View accessibility info.
Seniors Week Morning TeaGrand Ballroom, The Epping Club, 45-47 Rawson Street, Epping, Sydney, NSW 10.30am, Thursday 16th February 2023 $10 Members, $12 Non-Members
Enjoy a delicious Devonshire tea, the chance to win prizes, and special guest speaker, Logie award-winning actor, Paula Duncan. The annual Seniors Week morning tea is a fun, uplifting event where you can meet others and have a few laughs. You may even choose to stay for lunch in the restaurant, with the $10.90 roast a wonderful option. The venue is accessible.