Dreaming in the Quay — Elizabeth Quay night tour

  • Duration 
    45 minute walking tour
  • Cost 
    Child $25 | Adult $45 per person
  • What to bring 
    Comfortable shoes, warm clothes/wind breaker, water bottle

Elizabeth Quay is a picturesque new waterfront precinct that unites central Perth with the Swan River.

On this tour, you will learn about mixed elements, cultural understanding and sensitivity, and will be delighted by the visual attractions of the Quay.

Your guide will share a dreamtime story of the Maali (black swan); talk about the Wadjuk tribe; and explain the exclusion zone, stolen generation and assimilation act.

See Laurel Nannup’s ‘First Contact’ bird sculpture and public art by Bessie Rischbieth in the Quay.

Hear about the local native flora and fauna and learn about the local Nyungar people’s diet, the seasons, family structures, and neighboring tribes… 

 

Sister Kate’s — Cape Peron

  • Duration
    1 ½ hour sitting / walking tour
  • Cost
    Child $40 | Adult $55 per person
  • What to bring
    Enclosed shoes, sun cream, hat, insect repellent, water bottle.

Cape Peron, locally know as Point Peron, has rugged limestone cliffs with protected sandy beaches and offshore reefs.

Get an indepth perspective of Point Peron’s heritage listed ‘Sister Kate’s’ site.

This tour will take you down a small bush track to the pristine waters of the Indian Ocean where you will receive a spiritual introduction to the land.

Keep an eye out and you may be lucky enough to spot a dolphin or two!

After a short beach walk you will return to the Sister Kate’s heritage site and be enchanted by the Nyungar language and traditional dreamtime stories while sharing some wattle seed cake around a small fire.

 

Art on the Lakes — Lake Walyungup, Safety Bay Road Rockingham

  • Duration
    2 hour walking tour
  • Cost
    Child $40 | Adult $55 per person
  • What to bring
    Enclosed shoes, sunscreen, hat, insect repellent, water bottle

Lake Walyungup is a beautiful 430ha shallow saline lake that was once connected to the ocean.

The name Walyungup means place where Nyungar talk. Your tour guide will introduce you to the salt lakes.

There will be a series of stops to explain the flora and fauna of the area and how Nyungar people fit in within the structures of the ecosystem. 

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