Indigenous Heritage Tour in Kings Park

 1:30pm-3:00pm or 3:30pm-5:00pm Monday-Friday

Join your Aboriginal Guide and learn of Perth's first people the Wadjuk. Discover unique local plants of use for bush food and medicine. Explore an array of local bush tools and listen to the Ancient Dreamtime story of the Nyoongar people

Pick up some great bush survival tips on a highly professional and  informative Cultural experience in Western Australia's most visited location Kings Park and Botanic Garden

Adults: $50   Children: $15   Concession: $25  

Groups of 10+: $25pp

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 Private  Tours available upon request

Please note: a minimum of two guest will be required for the tour to operate, if booking for one please call or email to ensure the tour timeslot has met minimum numbers prior to booking.

Saturday's 1:30pm-3:00pm Join us at the Fremantle Indigenous Heritage Tour

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Could you survive if you got lost in the outback?

This professionally delivered tour is a snapshot of traditional Aboriginal life in the South West of Western Australia

 1:30pm-3:00pm or 3:30pm-5:00pm

Adults: $50   Children: $15   Concession: $25  

Groups of 10+:$25ea

  Monday to Friday (Bookings are essential)

Tour departs from the Indigenous Tour Sign Post at the edge of the Wadjuk Car Park next to the Main Map in Kings Park behind Aspects of Kings Park

Discover local plants useful for both bush food and medicine.

Listen to the Ancient Dreamtime Story of the Nyoongar People and discover how sustainability was central to traditional life.

For enquiries please phone:
Greg Nannup (Indigenous Guide)
Mobile: 0405 630 606

email: tours@indigenouswa.com

To book online please click the red book now button below (pick the time of your choice) you can then select the date you wish to attend and fill in your details.

Please note: a minimum of two guest will be required for the tour to operate, if booking for one please call or email  prior to booking to ensure the tour timeslot has met minimum numbers.

CASH payment/telephone bookings or in store bookings can be made at the WA Visitor Centre 55 William St Perth  please contact the friendly booking team at Best of WA on (08) 9483 1106

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ADDITIONAL TOUR INFORMATION

Tour departs from the Indigenous Tour Sign Post at the edge of the Wadjuk Car Park next to the Main Map in Kings Park behind Aspects of Kings Park

Bus drop off point is situated five metres past the Indigenous Tour Sign Post

We please ask that guests are at the Indigenous Tour Sign Post 10 minutes prior to the start time to ensure all guests are accounted for.

Tour introduction is conducted on the lawn at the entry of the Botanic Garden adjacent to the Floral Clock

Should you miss the start of the Tour for any reason we invite you to proceed down through the Botanic Garden past the Boab Trees of the Kimberley Garden,  over the Tree Top Walk and into Beedawong (Meeting Place where the Dreamtime Story is told and Artefact presentation is conducted).

Return Journey is via the Water Garden Pavillion and up the hill past the Womens Pioneer Memorial Fountain to conclude back at the Wadjuk Car Park

Summer: Please wear a hat and bring a bottle of water, the tour is conducted in locations with shade

Winter: It is advisable to bring an umbrella and/or suitable wet weather apparel

There are several under cover areas to retreat to should the conditions be unfavourable. To guarantee use of an undercover area in Kings Park you have the option to book the area through Bookings at Kings Park

All of our tours are conducted outdoors. We recommend that visitors are adequately prepared with the following:
· Comfortable clothing
· Comfortable walking shoes
· Hat, sunscreen and insect repellent
· Drink bottle

For an up to date list of all Indigenous Tourism Experiences in Western Australia please visit the WAITOC website via the banner below

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