BeedawongView venue slideshowThe Beedawong Meeting Place (meaning Celebration) is a stone amphitheatre located in a natural bush setting. It is nestled in the heart of the Botanic Garden at the Roe Gardens western end of the Lotterywest Federation Walkway.

This venue was constructed in 2003 to provide a venue for ongoing Nyoongar cultural activities and visitor opportunities.

It is used for story telling, dance performances, quiet reflection and other visitor activities, such as weddings, educational activities and social gatherings.

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Suited to
Community groups, film and photography, weddings, social and family functions, school groups
Capacity
100 people
Parking
Roe Carpark, Forrest Drive
Access
Lengthy walk, may be unsuitable for guests with limited mobility
Services
Moderate walk to Perth Explorer Bus stop
Toilets
Approximately 400 m, available at carpark
Power
Not available
Shelter
Part-shade
Seating
Amphitheatre seating
Refreshments
Approximately 1 km to Fraser Avenue precinct or 2 km to May Drive Parkland
Barbecues
Not available
Booking times
Available 9.00 am - 6.00 pm daily
Bookings
Please contact the Bookings Officer
Location
Western Australian Botanic Garden
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Tags: Function type: Weddings,Social and family functions,Community groups,Film and photography
Park precinct area: WA Botanic Garden
Venue capacity: 50 - 100
Venue amenities: Seating, Shade

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