July School Holidays - NAIDOC week at Kaarta Koomba
12:30pm - 02:00pm, Thursday, 07 July 2022
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At Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park May Dr, Kings Park WA 6005, Australia
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Briar Dunnet
Kings Park Education and Learning

Bring the kids as we celebrate NAIDOC week in Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park! Let our Noongar Education Officers take you on a cultural journey as they share their knowledge of Country and traditional stories. Challenge yourself with our NAIDOC Bidi trail and have a go at cooking damper on the fire*.

*Alternative activity to be provided in wet conditions

Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

We strongly recommend the following minimum supervision ratios for group bookings.

  • 3 -4 Year old: 1 adult to 5 children
  • 5 –8 Year old: 1 adult to 6 children
  • 9–12 Year old: 1 adult to 8 children

$16 per child
$14 per child – groups of 21-25
$12 per child – groups of 26-30

Group Bookings:
To secure a group booking (including vacation care/OSHC) please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to make a pre-sale reservation before 12 June 2022

Book on Eventbrite from June 13 2022.

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Administration car park closure

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Water Corporation works

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Bold Park disruption

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