Join your local Nyungar guide on a 90-minute walking tour on location at Elizabeth Quay. Take in the stunning views of Perth and the Swan River as you embark on a journey of discovery through the historic and cultural landscape of Aboriginal life prior to European settlement.
Take a glimpse into the world’s oldest living culture through this surprising walking tour. Learn about Nyungar people’s spiritual connection to their traditional lands and how the six seasons influenced the movements and habits of Perth’s First People. A deep love of Country is communicated through the retelling of ancient Dreamtime stories, traditional songs and use of Nyungar language in this tour. The Aboriginal artefacts display is interactive and present a unique photo opportunity against the backdrop of Perth’s modern skyline.
This easy walking tour is paved and wheel-chair accessible, with public transport, conveniences and cafés nearby.
Tours depart from the Information Post behind V-Burger Cafe, Geoffrey Bolton Avenue, Elizabeth Quay. Wear comfortable clothing, sunscreen, hat, water and/or umbrella (depending on weather conditions). Tours may be cancelled in severe weather. Please read booking Terms and Conditions.
Departs from the Information Post behind V-Burger Café, Geoffrey Bolton Avenue, Elizabeth Quay.
Offering a glimpse into the world's oldest living culture through ancient Dreamtime stories, traditional songs and Noongar language, this relaxing walking tour is guaranteed to surprise and entertain. Learn how the natural world, the six seasons and elements have influenced the day to day lives of Noongar People, determining their unique spiritual connection to this boodjar (mother earth or country).
Dedicated to the Noongar Greats of Perth, this short powerful talk is the perfect length for a limited (e.g.: lunchtime) timeframe. As you will hear, Yagan, son of Midgegeroo, was just one of the many tribal leaders to fight for his People and their Lands in the earliest days of the Swan River Colony in the locale now known as Perth. Hear their stories of resistance and how the legacy of these early heroes impacts the lives of the local Indigenous people to this day.
Walk with us at 'Karrgatup', the local Noongar name for Mt Eliza and Kings Park. You will learn of the hill's intriguing past including its ongoing significance to Perth's Noongar people. Providing the opportunity to walk through the Park's beautiful native flora against the backdrop of the City skyline, this uniquely Aboriginal tour includes a Dreamtime story, traditional song and Noongar language.
This surprising 60min walking tour is guaranteed to heighten your appreciation of ‘Wadjemup’- the local Aboriginal name for Rottnest Island. From a unique Aboriginal perspective, your Noongar guide explores the Island’s pre-eminent significance to Noongar People prior to it's notorious recent past life as a penal settlement. Beginning with a traditional Aboriginal sand ceremony at the first settlement, your walk also includes a Dreamtime story, traditional song and Noongar language.
Explore this iconic island from the unique Aboriginal perspective as your Noongar guide explores the Island’s pre-eminent significance to Noongar People prior to and despite of it's notorious recent past. Beginning with a traditional Aboriginal sand ceremony at the first settlement, your walk also includes a Dreamtime story, traditional song and Noongar language. Join us on this immersive journey which includes a Noongar Smoking Ceremony and unique gift.
Join Go Cultural Aboriginal Tours and Experiences on an interactive and informative extended cultural tour. Private and/or extended tours may be customised and scheduled to your requirements.
Concession - $45pp
Child - $30pp
10am to 2pm