This year's National Trust Heritage Festival commemorates the centenary of ANZACs and Australia's Indigenous past.
Under the banner of Conflict and Compassion, this year's festival will feature a diverse range of interactive talks, tours, exhibitions and events across WA, with a selection of activities at Whiteman Park.
There will be a special focus on Whiteman Park's transport heritage collections, and as part of the festivities visitors can collect a free set of 2015 souvenir cards from each of the transport heritage groups within the Park.
Highlights of this year's programme include:
Every Sunday at 11.00am and 1.30pm
Bookings are essential on 9209 6000.
Sunday 26 April
Every 30 minutes starting at 11.00am
Included in fare
11.00am and 1.00pm
Friday 24 April and 8 May
10.30am and 1.00pm
All tickets $5.00
Come and learn about three unique vehicles: The XJS Jaguar, the WWII Charcoal Gas Producer and the 1923 Rugby Ute. From redesigning the car body to overcoming petrol rationing, their stories are fascinating, much like the Museum!
No booking required.
Saturday 25 April
10.00am – 4.00pm
Special offer: Enjoy half price entry to the Motor Museum of WA on ANZAC Day, lest we forget.
Come along andsee the "Metro 81" Leyland Tiger bus and the Wunderlich Horse Head on display at the Museum.
Every Wednesday and Sunday
A parade of restored vintage tractors from the Tractor Museum chugs its way up to Revolutions Transport Museum, then returns through the Village Mall. The parade departs at 12.30pm on Wednesdays and 1.15pm on Sundays.
9.00am – 3.00pm
Find out more about volunteering with the Perth Electric Tramway Society.