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Explore Curtin weekly event program

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What’s on 16th September – 22nd September

Monday 16th September

Unrehearsed Public Play Readings

Head on down to the ‘Pink Book Nook’ next to Tim Winton lecture theatre, building 213, between 3.00pm to 5.00pm on Monday 16 September to watch our theatre studies students perform unrehearsed public readings! There will be multiple sessions on throughout the semester so be sure to check it out!

Tuesday 17th September

Gardening Workshop – Make Your Own Fruit Fly Trap

Come down to our free gardening workshop on Fruit Fly’s and how to control them on. We will be joined by a Curtin horticulturist to make Fruit Fly traps out of organic and recycled materials such as old milk bottles! We will be down at the Green Garden Cube in Atkinson Forum (across from the Koi Pond) from 12.30pm to 1.30pm on Tuesday 17 September.

No registration required, just come along on the day!

Wednesday 18th September

Curtin Stadium – Free Wednesday Yoga

Need a little break from your studies on Wednesdays? Relax and energise with a free Vinyasa yoga class! Curtin Stadium is offering free yoga sessions during the semester (excluding semester free weeks) from 12.10pm to 1.00pm every Wednesday at the stadium. The next session will be on Wednesday 18 September.

Each session will be 50-minutes and will help you to relax, stretch and release all the stress. The stadium will provide the mats but it is recommended that participants bring a beach towel.

Wednesday Food Markets

We have the return of our Wednesday food markets this week, this time in the new location of Creative Quarter! Come down between 11.00am to 2.00pm to try out a variety of cuisines from various vendors on the day. These markets will be occurring weekly throughout the semester until the end of October.

Friday 20th September

International Park(ing) Day

Join our Event Risk Management students as they take over five car bays in the Pi1 car park on Friday 20 September for International PARK(ing) Day! International PARK(ing) Day is a worldwide initiative aiming to promote the re-thinking of public space. The idea is to transform parking lots into a liveable and creative space. The activations will run from 8.00 am to 2.00 pm and will include things such as a free petting zoo!


Come down to our 100% plant-based foodie night at the ExtraVEGANza Friday night market in collaboration with Aus Street Food. Food vendors will be showcasing over 20 vegan dishes and attendees will be able to vote for their favourite dish on the night!

There will also be plenty of games, entertainment, live music and a pop-up bar serving vegan wines and beers! Grab your friends and make sure they come down to this free community event! This event will be held at Creative Quarter located between building 208 and 205 between 4.00pm to 9.00pm on Friday 20 September.

Throughout the week

Lunchtime Theatre

Make your way to building 302 at 12.10pm sharp on Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays, to watch our Curtin theatre students performs some free theatre! This week’s performance starting on Wednesday 18 September until Friday 20 September is ‘Lore-dy-me’ written and Directed by Keiran Trembath. For more information about these shows email

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  1. Leah says:

    HI, I love your hammock park! can you please tell me where I can buy these hammocks?

    • Talei Howell-Price says:

      For a Hammock Hotel please contact Rubis

  2. Darilyn says:

    Can you give me some information about the guild market days please?

    • 277411d says:

      Hi There
      The Guild market Days are managed by the Student Guild. Please message them through their Facebook page for more information. Thanks, Jane

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