Koorden Aboriginal Public Art

Koorden

Whadjuk Ballardong Noongar artist Rod Garlett created this large-scale Aboriginal public artwork for Wellington Gardens in collaboration with artist Richie Kuhaupt and architect Fred Chaney.

  • art-exhibitions
table full of food

Ficus | Closed

Farm to plate dining now open on the upper level of the Market Hall.

  • food-drink
A small plaque affixed to the side of the Waterline art installation.

Discovery Trail

Follow the trail along the Waterline to discover native flora and fauna and their connection to the water.

  • art-exhibitions
Balga tree in the Wildflower Garden at Yagan Square with the building facade in the background

Wildflower Garden

A showcase of beautiful and unique Western Australian flora.

  • historical
  • family-children
Beer on tap poured into pint glass

The Shoe | Closed

Quality pub fare and morning coffee from the The Shoe team.

  • food-drink
Ripplescape landscaping at Perth City Link

Ripplescape

Wellington Gardens has been transformed into a fun and playful landscape, thanks to this landscaping creation by Nicole Voevodin-Cash.

  • art-exhibitions
Noongar man playing didgeridoo at Yagan Square

Aboriginal Experiences

Public art pieces, wildflowers, bush tucker and more.

  • food-drink
  • art-exhibitions
  • family-children
  • screening
  • historical
  • learn