Wanju Wanju (welcome!)
Be immersed in the world’s oldest living culture with an authentic, personal experience of Indigenous culture in Kings Park.
The land we know today as Kings Park has been a place of great significance to its traditional custodians, the Wadjuk Nyoongar people, for at least 40,000 years. The Park’s traditional names include 'Kaarta Koomba', 'Kaarta Gar-up' or 'Mooro Kaarta'.
COVID-19 Update: please note that some services may be impacted by the current situation, we strongly recommend you contact the providers directly for the latest information.
Tours and other cultural experiences are run by local Nyoongar people who have a strong family connection to this country and a deep understanding of their culture and knowledge of the land.
Tour times, bookings and further details are available by contacting the groups below.
Tours and experiences
Walk alongside a Nyoongar woman (yorga) in Kings Park as she shares her stories, knowledge about bush foods and medicines and offers hands-on seasonal activities.
Take a cultural walking tour with a traditional owner with strong family connections to this land, ancient customs and traditions.
Contact Nyungar Tours
Learn about Kaarta Gar-up, the local Nyoongar term for the Mt Eliza escarpment in Kings Park, and about Mt Eliza’s intriguing past and its spiritual significance to Nyoongar people.
The tour begins with a traditional Nyoongar welcome and ochre ceremony, followed by dreamtime stories and songs featuring Indigenous language.
Contact Go Cultural
Walking and Talking on Country for corporate and other groups seeking an authentic understanding of local Aboriginal culture.
Contact Aboriginal Productions
Kings Park Education offers several programs and special events focused on local Aboriginal culture for school students of all ages. All programs and events are linked to the WA school curriculum.
Contact Kings Park Education