Kulunga Katitjin Festival

Date and time 09:30am - 02:00pm, Wednesday, 17 September 2014 Save to calendar

Location At Western Australian Botanic Garden Lovekin Drive, Kings Park WA 6005, Australia

Email education@bgpa.wa.gov.au

Phone Bookings Officer on (+61 8) 9480 3638

Our most popular day of the year for schools is back!

Explore the world of Aboriginal culture, science and sustainability with us in one spectacular outdoor venue.

Perth’s leading Aboriginal presenters and environmental educators will come together for a jam-packed day of fun in the Western Australian Botanic Garden, Kings Park.

Join Roaming Reptiles, Nearer to Nature, Kanyana Wildlife, Scitech, Perth Zoo, The Worm Shed, Remida, the Eco Faeries and more than 20 other presenters.

Aboriginal activities will include making bush tucker, 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 hilarious look at the need to protect our precious native environment.

Book early to secure your place at this popular schools festival, as numbers are limited!

 

'It was so inspiring to see our beautiful park full of children and Aboriginal presenters were just brilliant!'
Year 2 teacher, Kulunga Katitjin Festival

Year level: PP - 7
Duration: 4.5 hours
Cost: Refer to Fees and Charges
Bookings: Essential, please contact the Education Bookings Officer
Australian curriculum links: Science, History, Geography, English
Cross curriculum priorities: Sustainability, Aboriginal Histories and Cultures

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