Did you miss out on Midwinter this year? Never fear! Midwinter 2023 it's heating up and happening over three wicked days and nights. So grab your winter woolies, round up your friends and family and come to Ngununggula for a weekend of art, music, food, wine, light drone performances and fire...most definitely fire!
On opening night we are so proud to welcome Kirli Saunders OAM; a Gunai Woman and award-winning multidisciplinary artist and consultant. Kirli will be collaborating with the Fremantle Biennale to present First Lights, a place-responsive, choreographed drone light show, that seeks to provide a platform for Traditional Owners and Aboriginal artists to share ancient and living stories of place.
On Saturday night get ready to indulge, dance away your winter colds and purge your sins into the fire. We will have delicious food and wine, DJs and a beautiful light show by Luminous Entertainment.
Bring the kids along from midday on Sunday for art making activities, live music and an epic BBQ by Moonacres!
Stay tuned! We will be making lots of exciting announcements in the lead up to your favourite winter festival.
For details regarding access to any of our events, please contact our friendly team on 02 4861 5348 or send us an email at [email protected] At Ngununggula we are committed to making every event accessible for everyone. Stay tuned as we announce the Midwinter Festival Access Program and Tours.
First Lights - Kirli Saunders OAM and Fremantle Biennale (6pm - 8pm)
Southern Highlands Food and Wine Markets (2pm - 8pm)
Ben Quilty Burning Man (6pm - 8pm)
Dusty Knuckles DJ’s (2pm - 8pm)
Art making with Lily Cummins (2pm - 8pm) all ages
Live music event (2pm - 4pm)
Art making with Heath Nock (12pm - 4pm)
BBQ by Moonacres (12pm - 4pm)
First Lights on Friday evening is free!
Tickets are $10 per car per day or $18 for a weekend family pass
(tickets will be released early 2023)
Image courtesy of the Fremantle Biennale
23 June – 25 June 2023