It is officially the start of summer and the silly season - the most festive time of year!
The sun will be shining all weekend long and there is plenty to do to keep the whole family entertained in the Peel region.
There is plenty of Christmas fun to enjoy as well as some impressive sports events and we've collated the perfect handy guide of what your weekend around town could look like.
Saturday, November 30
- Where: Lakelands Shopping Centre
- When: From 10am
Bring along your broken or damaged items and learn how to mend them with the help of some skillful volunteers at the monthly Repair Cafe.
There will be fix-it activities for the kids and coffee to enjoy. For more information, visit the Facebook event page.
Christmas in the Park
- Where: 1 Minilya Parkway, Greenfields
- When: 4-8pm
Enjoy another year of Christmas in the Park for an event that brings the community together.
There will be food and drinks available for purchase, plenty of entertainment, market stalls and Santa will also make a visit.
Day Break Club
- Where: Bar Therapy
- When: 4pm-12am
Celebrate the official start of summer in style with all the best tunes and party vibes at the next Day Break Club event.
The third event will again round up all the biggest revellers at Bar Therapy for an intimate day party featuring up-and-comer DJ, Kid Caird. The menu will also boast plenty of cheap drinks and food specials.
Carols by Candelight
- Where: Lakelands Town Square (opposite ALDI)
- When: 5-8pm
Celebrate the beginning of the festive season with an evening of free fun and activities for the whole family.
There will be Christmas carols, market stalls, Christmas crafts, face painting, giant games, food trucks and a visit from Santa. Feel free to bring along picnic blankets and chairs.
Sunday, December 1
Christmas Treasure Hunt
- Where: Mandurah Community Museum
- When: 11am-3pm
The City of Mandurah is hosting a free Christmas Treasure Hunt throughout December - complete the hunt and receive a prize.
The hunt will run from December 1-22. The Mandurah Community Museum is open from 10am-4pm Tuesday to Friday and 11am-3pm on the weekends.
For more information, visit the City of Mandurah website.
King of the Cut
- Where: Doddies Beach
- When: Dependent on wind conditions
A large group of the world's best stand-up paddle (SUP) racers will take to Mandurah's waterways for the annual King of the Cut this weekend.
The three-day event includes a variety of races on Friday, Saturday and Sunday for amateur, intermediate and professional paddlers with the top race, the King of the Cut, set to take place on Sunday.
For more information, visit the King of the Cut website.