Advance your appreciation for country – and our city – by joining an indigenous tour.

There are many cultural tours in Perth to help guide understanding of the traditional custodians of the land, Nyoongar people, who have lived in the southwest region for over 40,000 years. Their culture is nothing short of fascinating and diverse, with each tour offering a different way to immerse in their rich traditions and storytelling.

Deepen your connection to country with these cultural tours in Perth.

Nyungar Tours in Kings Park

1. Nyungar Tours
See some of Perth's most scenic sights in a new light on a cultural discovery with Nyungar Tours. 

Led by Whadjuk-Yorga Kerry-An Wimar, discover bush food, touch and feel ancient artefacts and learn about local Aboriginal history and culture on an insightful walkabout in South Perth or Kings Park. 

South Perth Cultural Walking Tour - Tours include a walk along the South Perth Foreshore, taking in the city skyline and learning traditional ways of living along the Swan River.

Duration: 45 minutes
Cost: $50 per adult, $25 per child (5 – 17 years), and $13 per concession. 

Mooro Katta Gar-up Kings Park Walking Tour - Hear the traditional stories in the city's most revered park. Explore the Banksia Garden, learn of the Yorgas (women) at Pioneer Women's Memorial and walk among a canopy of eucalyptus trees on the Lotterywest Federation Walkway glass arched bridge.

Duration: 1 hour 10 minutes
Cost: $71.50 per adult, $25 per child (5 – 17 years), and $45 per concession. 

Visit: Nyungar Tours

Warrang Bridil

2. Warrang Bridil
Be captivated by the storytelling of Nyoongar guide Mervyn 'Nick' Abraham. Nick has a direct connection to the Whadjuk, Yued, Ballardong, Wilmen, Wardandi and Binjerup people and recaptures the ancient traditions of his ancestors along the Swan River (Derbal Yerrigan) overlooking the city and top tourist attractions, Matagarup Bridge and the Optus Stadium Precinct.

Nick will provide insights into the Nyoongar peoples' livelihoods and the cultural influence on two of Perth's biggest drawcards. The cultural immersion will also include a traditional ceremony and a chance to view ancient tools and artefacts.

Duration: 1 hour
Cost: $70 per adult, $25 per child (5 – 15 years), $50 per concession, $180 per family (2 adults, 2 children)

Visit: Warrang Bridil

In Culture Tours Steven addressing guests in Fremantle

3. In Culture Tours
Immerse yourself in a cultural tour in Perth's south with passionate Whadjuk Man Steven Jacobs. In Culture offers two tours in the eclectic port city of Fremantle and Point Peron that delve into Nyoongar lore.

Walyalup Walking Tour (Fremantle) - Join Steven on an eye-opening journey around Fremantle, discussing the Moorditj Noongar stories of the Mammong Bidi (Whale Pathways). The fascinating walkabout visits heritage sites, the Whaling Tunnel and Roundhouse, shedding light on their significance on local Nyoongar history. The tour also visits natural lures, Bathers Beach and the Swan River (Derbal Yerrigan).

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Cost: $65 per adult, $20 per child, $30 per concession

Boya Kaarla Walking Tour (Point Peron) - See a different side to Rockingham's Point Peron. After a Welcome to Country, Steven will guide you around the rugged Cape while sharing Dreamtime stories of the Derbal Naraa and the area's significance to the local people. 

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Cost: $65 per adult, $20 per child, $30 per concession

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Go Cultural Tours

4. Go Cultural
See Perth from a different perspective with Nyoongar guide Walter McGuire. Be captivated by Walter's take on local Aboriginal culture, weaving ancient Dreamtime stories and traditional songs sung in the local tongue. 

Wadjemup (Rottnest Island) Immersive Experience – Let Walter give you a unique Aboriginal perspective on Perth's favourite island getaway. Walter will delve into the island's significance in local culture and the impact of the island's settlement. The immersive tour will also include traditional sand and smoking ceremonies, Dreamtime stories, and traditional songs in the Nyoongar language. 

Duration: 2 hours
Cost: $150 per adult, $120 per concession 

Tours are also available in Kings Park (Karrgatup), Elizabeth Quay (Goomup), and Yagan Square (Goologoolup).

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Djurandi Dreaming

4. Djurandi Dreaming
Engage in continuing Nyoongar culture in a fun and creative way with Wadjuk guide and artwork specialist Justin Martin. Justin offers several tours from Perth to Rockingham that provide insight into local indigenous history, language, art, and tools used for survival.

Perth Cutural Tour – Elizabeth Quay - Stroll under a starry sky in Elizabeth Quay with Justin while taking in the dazzling displays of lights along the skyline. Justin will divulge into Nyungar culture's past and present and recapture Dreamtime stories.

Duration: 45 minutes
Cost: $65 per adult, $30 per child

Lake Walyungup or Lake Richmond Torchlight Tours - Grab a torch and go on a cultural experience like no other, learning about the importance of these water bodies to the local tribes, the land that surrounds them and local lore.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Cost: $70 per adult, $45 per child

More Perth tours and traditional art workshops are available. Please check the website for more details.

Visit: Djurandi Dreaming

Kaarak Dreaming

6. Kaarak Dreaming
Smell the fresh forest air as you discover another side to Dwellingup with Nyoongar guide Maitland Hill. Leaving Nanga Brook, the Nanga Brook Kep-Bilo Tour encourages you to connect to nature and Aboriginal culture. Journey along the Nanga Brook trail and learn about bush medicine and hunting techniques while trying some bush tucker. You'll also visit a yarning circle and hear of the Dreaming. The tour includes entry in Lane Poole. 

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Cost: $70 per adult, $45 per child

Visit: Kaarak Dreaming