Pop Up Forest - Coogee

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Sat 09 Mar - 10:00 to Sun 10 Mar - 17:00

Location:
Coogee Beach Jetty,
Powell Road,
Coogee, WA 6166

The Forever Project is delighted to install a Pop-up Forest, our newest and most innovative installation, at Coogee Live.

 

The ‘Pop up Forest’ is a walk-through demonstration/passive display that inspires and showcases endemic waterwise features and nature play elements.



The installation will sit as a standalone feature for the weekend, without being staffed by the Forever Project. We will use an innovative suite of waterwise and productive plants, combined with a host of recycled materials to create a funky walkthrough feature where guests will be able to reconnect with nature.

Plenty of things to do and see at Coogee Live, check out the website for more information here: https://www.cockburn.wa.gov.au/About-Cockburn/Events-and-Workshops/Coogee-Live

 

 

Coogee Live is back and this year is bringing with it some major entertainment! Locals and visitors alike will discover intriguing works of art, interactive activities, community group demonstrations and musical interludes that highlight Coogee’s picturesque coastline.

Our line-up is huge, here's a few tasters of what's to come:

Live music and performances from:

  • Kaelah Williams
  • Odin Malchik
  • Satori and Gamble
  • Aarom Wilson (DJ)
  • Soukous Internationale
  • Mitchell Martin
  • Platform 2
  • Tashi
  • John Johnstone Band
  • Banbuseae Rhythm Section
  • Cecilia Brandolini and more!

Plus the 'Jetty Sessions' are presented by NOVA 937 and they will be bringing you some awesome talent including popular Perthonality Sam Perry.

There's also lots of various activities to take part in and shows to see over the two days including (but not limited to):

  • String Symphony 
  • The Purple People Show
  • Circus Fire Spectacular
  • Sailor Circe Girls
  • Macrame Workshop
  • Mermaid Cove
  • Reusable bag decorating and more!

Don't miss what will be the coastal festival of the year!

To get all the information you need to plan what you're going to do or see first; visit 
coogeelive.com and don't forget to tag us #coogeelive in any photos you take over that weekend. While you're on the website, you can even subscribe to the online newsletter to ensure you get all the latest information.