It’s impossible to miss the iconic Digital Tower, at the heart of Yagan Square.

The 45-metre high tower includes a large circular screen and 14 columns, inspired by the bulrushes found at the lakes that once occupied the site. The number of columns represents the 14 Noongar language groups.

On the giant screen, you could find anything from abstract graphics, to visual artworks, live-streamed events and community pieces. You can also witness how the screen can respond to movement in the space using interactive weather, pedestrian and train movement sensors.

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Yagan Square

Corner Wellington Street and William Street, Perth

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