Noongar man playing didgeridoo at Yagan Square
Friday 23 - Sunday 25 March

Bunuru Welcome

Three days of entertainment to celebrate the opening of the square. 

  • community-charity
  • food-drink
  • art-exhibitions
  • family-children
  • sport-recreation
  • music-performance
  • historical
  • learn


Koorden Aboriginal Public Art


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
Waterline (Jon Tarry) Yagan Square


Reflects the area’s past as an important lake system.

  • art-exhibitions
  • historical


Wander down Wellington Street in the Perth City Link and the interactive Totem will probably catch your eye.

  • art-exhibitions
Ripplescape landscaping at Perth City Link


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

  • art-exhibitions
Liquid Fire (Sharyn Egan) - Yagan Square

Liquid Fire

The art piece is built into the side of the Horseshoe Lane building.

  • art-exhibitions
Suspended light installation Public Art piece at PCL


This light installation, designed by Sydney based artist Warren Langley, features a bold continuous form suspended over the main retail laneway inside the Kings Square precinct. 

  • art-exhibitions
Digital Canopy Yagan Square

Digital Canopies

The canopies will bring Yagan Square to life with light and colour.

  • art-exhibitions
  • screening
Wirin statue in Yagan Square, by artist Tjyllyungoo/Lance Chadd with Trish Robinson and Stuart Green


The nine metre high sculpture embodies the spirit and culture of the Noongar people.

  • art-exhibitions
Digital Tower at Yagan Square

Digital Tower

Inner city landmark to entertain visitors with digital art.

  • art-exhibitions
  • screening
50 life-size bright yellow figures converging along Wellington Street


Artist April Pine has created 50 life-size, bright yellow figures converging along Wellington Street and within Kings Square, exploring the themes of connection and transit.

  • art-exhibitions
Damien Butler artist impression of parabolic lenses submerged in the pavement at PCL


Located outside KS2 and created by Sydney-based artist Damien Butler, this artwork consists of five custom produced parabolic lenses submerged into the pavement under a glass panel.

  • art-exhibitions
Artwork - writing on wall


Art pieces tell the story of prominent Noongar woman Balbuk.

  • art-exhibitions
  • historical