Events

Noongar man playing didgeridoo at Yagan Square
Date
Friday 22 - Sunday 24 March

Bunuru Festival

Three days of entertainment to celebrate the Noongar season of Bunuru.

  • community-charity
  • shopping
  • food-drink
  • art-exhibitions
  • family-children
  • sport-recreation
  • music-performance
  • historical
  • learn
  • cruises-tours
  • markets
Balga tree in the Wildflower Garden at Yagan Square with the building facade in the background
Date
Friday 22 March

Welcome to Country

A Welcome to Country ceremony to officially launch the Bunuru Festival.

  • learn
  • historical
  • family-children
Smiling tour guide in the city with a boomerang in each hand.
Date
Sunday 24 March

Yagan Square Tours

Learn about the cultural history of the place where Yagan Square now stands.

  • family-children
  • cruises-tours
  • historical
  • learn

Attractions

Waterline (Jon Tarry) Yagan Square

Waterline

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

  • art-exhibitions
  • historical
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
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
An image of school students walking through Yagan Square up towards the amphitheatre during the day

Yagan Square School Tours

Free tours for school groups are now available for Term 2.

  • family-children
  • cruises-tours
  • historical
  • learn
Artwork - writing on wall

Passenger

Art pieces tell the story of prominent Noongar woman Balbuk.

  • art-exhibitions
  • historical