Primary schools are urged to book now for the 2014 Kulunga Katitjin Festival in September as just a few places now remain for this very popular event.

Aboriginal tool makingPerth’s leading Aboriginal presenters and environmental educators are promising a jam-packed day of fun and learning in the Western Australian Botanic Garden on 17 September, 2014.

Learn about science and sustainability with Animal Ark , Nearer to Nature, Kanyana Wildlife, Scitech, Perth Zoo, The Worm Shed, Remida, the Eco Faeries and more than 20 other presenters.

Explore the world of Aboriginal culture through Aboriginal activities including bush tucker, art, traditional dance and storytelling, boomerang throwing and learning about men’s and women’s business from knowledgeable local Nyoongar people.

Kings Park’s very own Adorable Florables will stage a new and original stage show ‘The Competition Gets Creepy’, which takes a side-splitting look at the need to protect our precious native environment.

Join us for all the colour and fun of the Kulunga Katitjin Festival!

Contact the Education Bookings Officer to secure a booking for your class now.