Welcome to Boulder Promotion & Development Association

Boulder Promotion and Development Association (Inc), now commonly known as BPDA, was formed in 1993 with the aim of promoting businesses, events and attractions in Boulder, Western Australia.

Boulder Sunday Market is always the 3rd Sunday of the month - next are Oct 18, Nov 15 and Dec 20 -  Book your Sunday Morning Market Stall here

BoulderFest is Sunday October 18 10am til 5pm. Free tram rides from Kalgoorlie to all venues in Boulder. Leaves on the hour every hour between 10am and 1pm. Click here for tram times

Boulder Discovery Trail for kids school holidays is until Friday 9 Oct. Register at The Volunteer Centre. 106 Burt Street

Christmas Street Party - Sunday Nov 29 - is proudly presented by the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and BPDA. This family friendly event on Burt Street and Loopline Park is packed to the brim with stalls, themed activities, entertainment and Christmas cheer! The event will be held on Sunday 29 November from 5:30pm with the lighting of the tree at 7:30pm.

The Christmas Street Party is one of the most popular events on the City's annual events calendar which includes hours of non-stop entertainment on the main stage, local musicians, local performers, arts and crafts, food zone, kids activities and much more

Children can meet Santa, Mrs Claus and their little helpers in Santa's Grotto, before they join Mayor John Bowler in lighting the Christmas Tree.

Stall bookings are available for food, commercial, hobbyists, and community groups. Book your Christmas Street Party stall using this form, download and email to info@boulder.com.au before Friday October 23 2020


  • Boulder was declared a "Tourist Precinct" in the early 1980's, enabling all businesses to trade 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to bring more people to Boulder.
  • In June 1999, two heritage precincts were created - Hannan Street in Kalgoorlie and Burt Street in Boulder.
  • On April 10 2010, an earthquake reaching a magnitude of 5.0 on the Richter Scale rocked Boulder, resulting in extensive damage to the Burt Street precinct, closing it down for over a week and having a devastating effect on the small retailers. The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the Liberal Government of the day, granted funding in excess of 8 million dollars for the Burt Street Heritage Project to rebuild and restore the buildings and their facades. Some businesses closed down but the majority struggled through the loss of income and lengthy repair time, and are still operating today.
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