Walk with us at ‘Karrgatup’, the local Aboriginal name for Mount Eliza and Kings Park. You will learn of the hill’s ancient past and continuing significance to Perth traditional owners, the Noongar people. Providing the opportunity to walk through the Park’s beautiful native flora against the backdrop of the City skyline, this uniquely home-grown tour includes a Dreamtime story, traditional song and Noongar language, spoken by your Noongar guide and a chance for you and your group to experience our interactive cultural artefacts display, followed with Q&A.
Please wear a hat, water, umbrella (if required) and sunscreen. BYO water bottle. Minimums and availability apply. Tour may not operate without minimum numbers of 8.
This tour is wheelchair accessible, no stairs, easy walk and roughly 200 meter distance over the 90 minute experience with shaded seating along the journey.
Where to meet your guide:
Meet your guide near the Wadjuk Car Park, adjacent to Aspect of Kings Park.
IMPORTANT NOTE WHEN BOOKING YOUR PUBLIC TOUR WITH US:
Strictly no third party bookings unless by prior arrangement or contract.
- Your confirmation + payment receipt will be sent through by our team, once reviewed and accepted. Allow 5 business days for your online booking submission to be processed.
- All online bookings will only receive a digital payment receipt. If you require a tax invoice for your booking, please contact our bookings team via email [email protected] to manually process your booking and invoice. Note: If you proceed through the online portal you will not receive a tax invoice, only online payment receipt.
Children under the age of 6 are free of charge.
Children from 7 – 15 years of age are under the child rate.
Children 16+ will be charged at adult or concession rate (please provide student concession card)