A student from Bramfield Park Primary School scats with Adam Hall and the Velvet Players
Getting in on the action as Adam Hall and the Velvet Players take Bramfield Park PS students on a musical adventure

A house full of music and fun, and celebrating our state’s natural treasures

It was a foot-tapping, hip-shaking, hand-clapping kind of morning at Government House with the Governor and Ms Annus’s Music and Arts Program in full swing courtesy of Adam Hall and the Velvet Players.

Joining in the action were students and teachers from Bramfield Park Primary School, who spent a fun-filled morning at Government House listening, learning and interacting as part of a unique experience aimed at making music in education more accessible to WA’s primary school students.

Photo – Students learn about different musical instruments in a fun and engaging way with Adam Hall and the Velvet Players

The music sessions are organised with the help of Musica Viva Australia. Students are also treated to a behind-the-scenes arts and history tour of Government House.

Acknowledging supporters of WA Parks Foundation

A twilight reception at Government House tonight to acknowledge and thank supporters, stakeholders and staff of WA Parks Foundation.

The Foundation works to promote and protect WA’s natural treasures including national parks, marine parks and world-heritage listed conservation areas.

The event, hosted by the Governor and Ms Annus, recognised those who support the Foundation’s efforts to connect the people of WA with the state’s many parks.

The Governor is Patron of WA Parks Foundation.

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