Couple with their tour guide on a Go Cultural Aboriginal Tour in Perth © Tourism Western Australia

Go Cultural Aboriginal Tours and Experiences, Elizabeth Quay, Perth, Western Australia © Tourism Western Australia

How to experience Aboriginal culture in Perth

Kerry-Ann Winmar from Nyungar Tours in Kings Park and Botanic Gardens © Kerry-Ann Winmar

Nyungar Tours, Kings Park and Botanic Gardens, Perth, Western Australia © Kerry-Ann Winmar

Couple with their tour guide on a Go Cultural Aboriginal Tour in Perth © Archie Sartracom/Tourism Australia

Go Cultural Aboriginal Tours, Perth, Western Australia © Archie Sartracom/Tourism Australia

Top tip

Perth Festival consistently champions Aboriginal culture – recent festivals have featured a Noongar-language Macbeth adaptation, Hecate, and the Bruce Lee film Fist of Fury performed in Noongar.

The Rainmaker artwork by Queenie (Garagarag) MCKENZIE on display at the Art Gallery of Western Australia © Queenie McKenzie, 1998

Queenie (Garagarag) MCKENZIE, Neermeeroni - The Rainmaker 1998, natural ochres, pigments, binder on canvas 100 x 140 cm. State Art Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia. Purchased through the Sir Claude Hotchin Art Foundation, Art Gallery of Western Australia Foundation, 2000 © Queenie McKenzie, 1998

Did you know?

The Aboriginal art form of dot painting was only developed in the 1970s.

Justin Martin of Djurandi Dreaming leading a Dreaming in the Quay night tour in Perth © Djurandi Dreaming

Djurandi Dreaming, Perth, Western Australia © Djurandi Dreaming

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Couple admiring a warrior sculpture in Perth’s Yagan Square © Tourism Western Australia

Yagan Square, Perth, Western Australia © Tourism Western Australia