Kings Park Tour

Noongar language, history
and cultural insights shared
on a walking tour through
Perth’s iconic parkland.

As traditional Noongar songs resonate amongst giant eucalypt and other spectacular native species, it’s easy to imagine the pristine Derbarl Yerrigan (Swan River) winding its way through the virgin landscape pre colonisation. Perth's native flora and city skyline form the beautiful backdrop for this 90 minute walking tour through Karrgatup (Kings Park)

Karrgatup (Kings Park) Walking Tour

Walk with us at 'Karrgatup', the local Noongar name for Mt Eliza and Kings Park. You will learn of the hill's intriguing past including its ongoing significance to Perth's Noongar people. Providing the opportunity to walk through the Park's beautiful native flora against the backdrop of the City skyline, this uniquely Aboriginal tour includes a Dreamtime story, traditional song and Noongar language.

90 mins | Max. 30 persons | Bookings essential | Departs from Aspects at Kings Park Carpark | T&Cs apply.


The First Story
The First Story
Hear the first story of the Whadjuk people. The tragic truth of the brutal colonisation of Noongar country is approached with a view to healing and reconciliation.
Cultural Artifacts
Cultural Artifacts
Get hands on with traditional tools and artifacts. This interactive session includes Noongar songs sung to traditional percussion instruments like tapping sticks and boomerangs.
On a walk through the botanical gardens, sample seasonal native bushfoods like saltbush and banksia. Discover traditional medicine plants and their uses.